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Oxford University researchers Carl Frey and Michael Osborne famously predicted that almost half (47 per cent) of all US jobs were at risk because of computerisation
Accounting for 70 percent of global GDP and 60 percent of global employment, family firms are among the main drivers of growth and innovation in today’s economy.
Gulf Energy is set to be the largest company float in Thailand since 2006 when Rayong Refinery raised 27.2 billion baht although Rayong Refinery has since been delisted.
When Alix Ainsley and Charlotte Cherry applied for the position of head of HR at Dyson, they did it as a team.
Unicorns – privately owned tech start-ups with a value of more than $1 billion – are powerful forces of disruption, wherever they are found.
Thailand’s biggest coal miner and exporter Banpu Pcl is acquiring a US shale gas portfolio worth $210 million, its fifth such overseas investment play
People are one of the most important factors in any business. They're the ones making decisions that impact customers, and they're the ones who determine whether your culture exists on paper, or in…
The number of 7-Eleven convenience stores in Thailand has topped 10,000, achieving the milestone at a faster pace than in Japan, their local operator says, CP All Public Co.
Moody's Investors Service says that the default rate for Asian high-yield non-financial corporates will remain low, registering 2.9% at end-2017.
Thailand’s Siam Cement Group (SCG) has set up a joint venture with Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) to build Vietnam’s first petrochemical complex