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TOKYO: Less than a year since the dramatic downfall of Carlos Ghosn, Nissan Motor Co. is losing another leader.
After a good 20 to 30 years of hard work, you are finally able to have redemption for the blood, sweat and tears you have put in for the most part of your life – your retirement.
BEIJING: US President Donald Trump said China has asked to re-start trade talks, hours after Beijing’s top negotiator publicly called for calm in response to a weekend of tit-for-tat tariff increases that sent global stocks plunging.
PETALING JAYA: Brands are evolving fast. Besides being a tool to gain market share and provide competitive edge, brands are expanding their roles.
FROM my experience as a CEO, I can tell you that CVs are poor predictors of success in life. I don’t believe in fancy degrees or paper credentials. Over the course of my career, I have met many people (with the most outstanding degrees and/or world-class Fortune 500 experience) who are idiots in life.
Today, practitioners of artificial intelligence (AI) have become technology world’s rock stars. “Deep learning” (a more fashionable branch of AI), which uses natural networks to churn through volumes of big data looking for patterns that is inspired by the activity of layers of neurons in the brain, has proven to be in high demand to help build software, particularly for the companies collectively known as FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google).
With global markets back to terrorising investors this week, perhaps it’s time to head back to our basic stance – which investment phase are we in right now, with regard to Sir John Templeton’s investment cycle?
MINNEAPOLIS/NEW YORK: On the night of Aug. 30, a 21-year-old University of Minnesota student said she was in a chauffeured black car, trying to keep billionaire JD.com Inc Chief Executive Richard Liu from pulling off her clothes.