Jim Castle, who describes himself as ‘an accidental businessman’ established CastleAsia in 1980 which has given him a unique view of the shifting of economic power from west to east.
Ito En sells over $4 Billion USD of tea annually in Japan.
There is book learning and then there is taking your knocks on the street.
Alfred Fung starts speaking about his gaming with the absolute that it must be fun.
Dan Ping Mu faces challenges for her consulting clients in China head on – and then looks at them from all angles to find the right solution.
Marcus Lyu runs hard commodities trading in Asia for the 100 billion USD, Swiss energy trading firm Mercuria.
Jim McGregor engages in a spirited interview on issues facing foreign companies doing business in China.
Nat Rothschild has a storied family name that defined banking for centuries.
In this episode of the IBEAR Business Class Podcast, we look at the 40th anniversary of the USC Marshall IBEAR MBA program, in a conversation with three of the past and present program directors.
Gary Rieschel’s path from biology major to MBA to Intel to Cisco to Softbank to running a VC firm in China
Careers are made one opportunity at a time.