Money: November 2013 | South China Morning Post
Savoir faire

Hong Kong's French community is branching out from traditional business activities and using their French connections to promote their brands, discovers Shirley Lau.

Savoir faire

Consumerism and brand fixation have infiltrated the underworld. Hong Kong's ghosts are a rich lot, many of them with their own fleet of luxury cars, iPhones and houses with servants to keep their...

Long live the king

A record auction price for a 'King of Kowloon' graffiti piece points to a golden age for contemporary Chinese art, writes Denise Tsang.

Red alert

Will Burgundies follow Bordeaux into another price collapse? Madeleine Ross investigates.

Red alert

If you want to sell a yacht in the mainland, take out its spare bedroom and put in a jumbo karaoke parlour, writes Denise Tsang.

Flush mob

Crowd-funding can connect the masses to promising investments, but beware the pitfalls, writes Benjamin Robertson.

Flush mob

One of London's oldest auction houses shows commitment to Asia by moving its chairman and CEO to Hong Kong, writes Tiffany Ap.

Flush mob

Nate Silver rides roughshod over anyone with lazy opinions or bad analysis. It's a lesson for business and, indeed, life, writes Jasper Moiseiwitsch.

Flush mob

Known for his modesty and down-to-earth manner, self-made billionaire and Gold Bauhinia Star recipient Jim Thompson talks to Kate Whitehead about his schools building campaign.

 

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