Don't pay any attention to my wealth. I am not a cheater.
Financially suspect Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra (above).
If you look around the region, everybody is performing very badly, all because Mr Dow and Mr Jones are not co-operating.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
Let's hope nothing gets broken but a few monstrous egos.
An e-mailer to a Cathay Pacific crew Web site commenting on low staff morale and the dismissal of a pilot for throwing nuts at Cathay's chief executive.
A historical event in the making as great as China's entry to the WTO cannot be affected by something such as this.
Chinese WTO negotiator Long Yongtu dismissing long-term effects of the spy-plane affair.
All their fun and games over the past few weeks will cost them.
A Pentagon official claiming Beijing's spy-plane behaviour could affect Sino-US relations.
After the US bombed China's Belgrade embassy, only students protested . . . the same people studying hard to get jobs at American companies.
Shawn Doyle, a Canadian restaurateur in Shanghai, dismissing any anti-American backlash.
They're chasing a market that doesn't really exist.
Morningstar's Todd Bernier on Motorola's focus on high-end handsets.
What's generous about it?
Legislator Lee Cheuk-yan describing Hang Seng Bank's new charges as discriminatory against the poor, despite vaunted exemptions.