CAMILLE Levy's childhood dream was to be a diplomat. Growing up in a family that travelled widely to countries including Syria, Turkey and Israel, she found the idea of working with different...

WHEN the Covid-19 pandemic finally comes to an end, whenever that may be, the world would want to be a kinder place, says veteran adman Nirvik Singh.

IN AN age of job-hopping millennials, Alistair Elliott, senior partner and group chairman of Knight Frank, jokes that he must come across as really dull to some of his younger colleagues for...

JEAN-MARC Chery is back in his old seat in Singapore after more than a decade. The 59-year-old president and chief executive of Franco-Italian semiconductor group STMicroelectronics was posted to...

ALMOST four decades ago, in his last year of high school and wondering what to study at college, a young Robert Moritz decided on accounting.

LOOKING out at an audience of hundreds, the woman who facilitated the historic Paris Agreement on climate change delivered an ultimatum: "Decide today whether you are going to be part of the...

SEATED in a conference room of the company he now chairs, Chan Ka-keung remarks breezily about his new role at Hong Kong's largest independent online lender, WeLab: "The job is the easiest (I've...

TO the uninitiated, distance running may not seem like a team sport. But in the university context, say, the seemingly solitary pursuit can be fuelled by camaraderie, says Michael O'Connor, co-...

WHEN one thinks of reasons to join oil firms, "creating a healthier planet for the next generation" does not instantly come to mind - although that is Neste president and chief executive officer...

RUGBY may be the best sport in the world, but consulting is the ultimate team sport, declares Alex Liu.