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Nine in 10 grads rate their b-school degree a good to outstanding value
June 25, 2015
Early Job Offers for Full-Time Two-Year MBA Grads at Three-Year High
The profitability paradox of China’s SOES
September 2, 2015
Supporters of China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) like to trumpet these firms’ remarkable profits and contributions to the national economy – to...
In about-face, Hong Kong authorities decide to run tests at public schools as lead-in-water scare continues
September 2, 2015
Decision reverses an Education Bureau plan last week to merely install filters at public schools built after 2005 as lead scare continues. Officials...
Start-up event Rise uses data science to make introductions
August 31, 2015
The stated objective of Rise, a two-day event for start-ups which opened in Hong Kong on 31 July, was to give new ventures a forum to present their...
Uber’s rabble-rousing tactics mean its days in Hong Kong and mainland China are numbered
August 31, 2015
After seven Uber drivers were arrested and its Hong Kong office was raided, the company sent a link to a “petition” through its app to its Hong Kong...
‘Sharing economy’ apps like Uber, carpooling services best suited to emerging economies, German startups find
August 31, 2015
As China wrestles with the finer points of the “sharing” or peerto- peer economy, exemplified by the bumpy regulatory ride now facing car-hailing...
‘Who’d work with 15 dudes?’
August 31, 2015
As the Hong Kong government moves more aggressively to promote technology start-ups in a bid to diversify the city’s finance and property-focused...
HKSTP incubation programme aids new 3-D tech start-ups
August 31, 2015
Some of Hong Kong’s most dynamic start-ups have the confidence and ambition to take on a dual challenge. They are aiming to get a new business off...
Do Hong Kong schools squeeze out have-a-go spirit? Why city lags behind China and America in entrepreneurship
August 31, 2015
The city has the best infrastructure and one of the most efficient governments in the world, so why does it lag behind China and America in...
Depression hits just over half of Hong Kong secondary pupils, study finds
August 31, 2015
Survey finds 51 per cent of respondents showed various symptoms. Just over half of secondary school pupils showed signs of depression, according to a...
Kindergarten costs forcing Hong Kong's low-income families to use food banks to save money, NGO survey finds
August 31, 2015
NGO's survey finds families skipping meals and relying on donations to save cash for education. Skipping meals and accepting free food and second-...