Business Travel

EESHA KHARE (Student): Young inventor changing the mobile world

MOBILE phone batteries last for a few hours and then slowly die. We all sigh a little, put them on charge, and wait a...

PwC: Africa’s Hospitality Sector Poised for Growth

Africa’s hospitality industry is set to meet the rising demand from international tourists, local business travellers, and the continent’s own growing middle class. The...

Rolls-Royce: Powering Flight Since 1914

Though the company has issued five profit warnings in less than two years, Rolls-Royce remains one of the world’s largest and most successful manufacturers...

LATAM Airline Group: Wings Over Latin America

How a small carrier from an inward-looking, almost insular, country outcompeted the big guys and gobbled them up to become the largest airline in...

Ellen Ochoa: How Dreams Come True

Going into space is the stuff of dreams, fiction, or fantasy. Plans for space tourism may materialise in the future, but currently astronauts are...

Grant Thornton Hong Kong: Mergers and Acquisitions – Cultural Alignment for...

Too often companies put together look great on paper but are fraught with management and structural problems that end up turning deals into busts....

Think Big: Economic Diversification Drive Meets Future

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the scene of undertakings on a massive scale – not quite appropriate for those accustomed to a more...

Prince Janek Zylinski: Pen or Sword? Your Choice, Mr Farage

“Are you up for it, Mr Farage,” demands an aging aristocrat of Polish descent brandishing his sword and demanding a duel to settle a...

Eduardo Galeano: Remembering a Forgotten Continent

In the last days of his presidency, José Mujica visited the Casmu Hospital in Montevideo to pay his respects to Uruguay’s foremost historian and...

Kimberley Motley: Front Line Lawyer

Grit and glamour rarely go hand in hand, but in Afghanistan – known mostly for being poor, full of poppies, and home to the...