News and Articles About Hong Kong
Yuneec, based in Hong Kong, is a way for Intel to enter new markets.
Silicon Valley is the gold standard for launching startups, but it's not all rainbows and unicorns. Here is a snapshot of other hubs to inspire you to look elsewhere.
In the last four years, changes in Hong Kong's and Singapore's startup scenes have created opportunities -- and China's consumer market is evolving, too.
Steven Lam's fast-growing company, GoGo Van, bills itself as the Uber of delivery vans and has raised $17 million in venture capital.
Babson College's Peter Cohan offers lessons to learn from WeLab, offering below-market personal loans to consumers.
Launching a Business
Americans could learn a thing or two from this Asian business center if they want to attract people to create new enterprises.
A transplant from the U.S. to Hong Kong cites his newfound efficiency. Telecommuting can work, he argues.
A six-liter bottle of rare Macallan 'M' whisky became the most expensive bottle ever sold at an auction.
From good food to convenient transportation, our expert finds a city that knows how to treat business travelers right.
Americans should emulate the Chinese, who go out of their way to make customers feel special.
Hong Kong is a former British colony located in southeastern China that was returned to Chinese sovereignty on July 1, 1997. It holds onto its own currency. Other than the city of Hong Kong -- located on the island of Hong Kong -- being a glittering metropolis known for its bustling economy and food scene, it's also become a hub for technology startups given its proximity to the massive Chinese market.
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