In Good Company: Vito Xu, don of Asian outlet malls

In some ways, Mr Vito Xu's life mirrors the spectacular rise of China and its embrace of the outside world after the late Deng Xiaoping opened the economy to foreign investment four decades ago,...

TransferWise aims to be the Skype of money transfers

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Tim Cook’s guru Bill Boulding: It’s all about values and decency

What do you talk to a management guru whose star pupils include Tim Cook of Apple and Melinda Gates of Microsoft, or more accurately, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation?

Why this high-flier quit her tech job to work with entrepreneurs in life sciences

Ms Melinda Richter, head of Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLabs, knows something about close brushes with death. And it seems to run in the family.

In Good Company: CrowdStrike's George Kurtz is in a race against hackers

Sometime in the middle of last year, the office of Mr George Kurtz, chief executive of the cyber-security firm CrowdStrike, took a call from a person who identified himself as a lawyer for the...

Ace investor Tan Chin Hwee can't resist pull of mentoring

You sit down to talk business with a champion investor like Mr Tan Chin Hwee and before you know it, he has guided the conversation to his favourite topic, mentoring.