Deep Dive: Public affairs in APAC - an ever-changing game
With all the different regimes and governments to deal with across Asia-Pacific, public affairs specialists are increasingly in demand as the region continues be a goldmine for brands.
Pressure mounts on Facebook over Trending Topics 'bias'
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to meet conservative critics in a bid to persuade them that the social network is taking allegations that it has suppressed right-wing news sources seriously.
JWT restructures in Korea following bribery scandal
Following the arrest and ongoing legal proceedings of former Korea MD Junghwan Kim over bribery charges, J Walter Thompson Asia-Pacific has confirmed that it will establish a new unit in partnership with sister agency Y&R in Korea.
'Sharp needs a miracle to recover'
Sharp, one of Japan's oldest consumer brands, "needs a miracle" to recover from its current struggles, global investment banking firm Jefferies said on Friday.
Philippines central bank: What Duterte's win means
Although some investors may have concerns about president-elect Rodrigo Duterte's shaky economic policy agenda, it is likely to be "business as usual" after he takes office, the Philippines' central banker said on Friday.
Didi Chuxing is called the 'Uber of China,' but it dwarfs the US company
It's often referred to as the "Uber of China," but Didi Chuxing in fact crushes Uber and other competitors in the Chinese market.
One start-up's answer to retail problem
Mark Walker had two goals for his startup this year: Get its new line of clothing into as many guys' homes as possible and get them to pay full price. He would have to get creative.
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