Inspired by his experiences living in an ashram for four years, the financier once dubbed ‘The Analyst Who Sold His Ferrari’ is back in town – and he’s brought with him a whole new way of looking at wealth creation.
They may have been absent from the screen, but Asia’s biggest stars turned up in force for the 70th international film festival in Cannes. From
India to China, Japan and South Korea, check out who topped and who flopped at one of Cannes’ most memorable red carpets to date.
Apple’s iPhone still dominates smartphone profits.
Now comes news that a Japanese company is planning to create a flying car – called Skydrive – that will light the Olympic flame in Tokyo in 2020.
Huang Chaiming’s Hypereal Pano headset has been favorably compared to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, which helped him earn a place on FORBES ASIA’s 2017 30 Under 30 list.
Only a few ships are tough enough to be able to cruise among the snow, ice, and storms of the Antarctic peninsula for months at a time while also providing five-star service and luxury accommodations to a small group well-heeled guests.
Public surveys indicate that Modi continues to be the most popular leader India has ever had. But in a nation projected to have the youngest population in the world by 2020, it’s worth asking how Indian millennials specifically view him.