Lunch With Sumiko: F1 boss Chase Carey is looking for a winning formula

Engaging fans is a key driver to keeping Formula One relevant, says head honcho Chase Carey.

Lunch With Sumiko: Not yet 30, Rimowa CEO Alexandre Arnault is on a roll re-inventing the German luggage brand

Alexandre Arnault is a light packer. On a recent work trip to Singapore, he travelled with just a cabin bag.

Lunch With Sumiko: To solve a problem, build trust and relationships first, says Desmond Lee

Minister for Social and Family Development Desmond Lee is a strong believer in creating a culture of collaboration.

Lunch With Sumiko: Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi on how 'immigrant's fear' made her succeed

"I just wanted to work hard and do well because I wanted to make my family proud. And one thing led to another," she said.

Lunch With Sumiko: CEO of online food firm Grain on disrupting traditional F&B

Grain recently received $14m in Series B funding and its co-founder and CEO Yong Yi Sung said what's most important is for the company to have a people-first culture.

Lunch With Sumiko: For the first 18 months, Carousell co-founders had no salaries

Their online marketplace is valued at US$550 million, but Carousell's co-founders tell ST executive editor Sumiko Tan that what they do is not just a business but also a mission.

BreadTalk's George Quek on conquering the world, one loaf at a time

Today, BreadTalk Group - where Mr Quek is founder and chairman - has nearly 1,000 stores spread over 100 cities in 17 countries. It is aiming to have 2,000 by 2022.

Fashion's a tough business but designer Priscilla Shunmugam is giving it her best shot

While Asia remains her focus - she intends to seek out Jakarta and Hong Kong next - it's important to have a presence in Western fashion capitals, she says.

Razer founder Tan Min Liang's 'insane drive to be the best'

The founder of the gaming company attributes his success to his parents, and talks about his insane drive to be the best.

Grab co-founder Tan Hooi Ling happy to stay low-key

She may be just 33 and co-founder of S-E Asia's most exciting start-up, but Tan Hooi Ling is bent on staying humble and grounded.