Hong Kong

Why U.S. IoT Entrepreneurs Should Consider Moving to Hong Kong

Hong Kong's location and economic freedoms makes it an ideal place spot to foster growth and penetrate the Chinese market.

Josh Steimle

What a Famous Artist Taught Me About Business

Here's how I applied the wisdom of Giovanni DeCunto to grow as an entrepreneur.

Stacey Alcorn

Why Your Startup Can't Ignore Asia

There are 4.4 billion people there, and more and more of them have fast Internet and smartphones.

Josh Steimle

Which Country Spends the Most Online? (Infographic)

Consumers are buying more online than ever before. Here's a breakdown of what ecommerce spending looks like across the globe.

Drone Maker Lands $60 Million From Intel

Yuneec, based in Hong Kong, is a way for Intel to enter new markets.

Barb Darrow

6 Global Alternative Cities to Silicon Valley to Start Your Company

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.

Josh Steimle

When It Comes to Knockoffs, Imitation Is the Costliest Form of Flattery

Trademarks and patents are far from perfect protection but they are, literally, the least a business can do to protect itself from counterfeiters.

Rohan Ayyar

10 Starbucks Frappuccinos You Can't Buy in America

As the famous drink celebrates its 20th birthday, check out where in the world you can buy flavors such as cheesecake and red bean.

Kate Taylor

Hong Kong's Central Bank Warns Against Investing in Bitcoin in Wake of Alleged Pyramid Scheme

When MyCoin suddenly shut down, some $387 million in investor cash bit the dust. Officials suspect that the exchange scammed customers all along.

How U.S. Entrepreneurs Can Expand or Partner in Asia

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.

Peter S. Cohan

A Chinese-Food Delivery Man Ends Up Driving One of Hong Kong's Hottest Startups

Steven Lam's fast-growing company, GoGo Van, bills itself as the Uber of delivery vans and has raised $17 million in venture capital.

Peter S. Cohan

Overcoming Startup Obstacles, Hong Kong Style

Babson College's Peter Cohan offers lessons to learn from WeLab, offering below-market personal loans to consumers.