Caspar Weinberger

A lesson learned

There is no such thing as a free lunch.

Thursday, 16 December, 1999, 12:00am

Forbes to go global

A gathering of top businessmen took place at the Island Shangri-La recently when Forbes, the journal no aspiring tycoon will admit to not reading, held a cocktail reception to launch an international edition called Forbes Global Business & Finance.

1 Dec 1997 - 12:00am

Global Forbes trumpets stance on press freedom

Executives with the forthcoming worldwide edition of Forbes have spoken of the new venture's commitment to press freedom.

Asia is one of the key target areas when the publication, an edition of the New York-based fortnightly business magazine, is launched next March.

19 Nov 1997 - 12:00am

In any language, Forbes means capitalist

AN extra one billion capitalists equals an extra one billion potential readers - that is an equation that is on the minds of two staunch supporters of capitalism, Christopher 'Kip' Forbes, vice-chairman of Forbes Inc, and Caspar Weinberger, chairman of Forbes.

They are the son of the magazine's long-time chairman and a former US secretary of defence, respectively.

18 Nov 1994 - 12:00am

Weinberger questions mainland arms growth

CHINA is storing up arms at an unnecessarily rapid rate at the same time as the United States is hacking back its military resources, posing a real threat to national security, according to former US defence secretary Mr Caspar Weinberger.

30 Apr 1993 - 12:00am

Forbes the capitalist has wealth of advice

MALCOLM Forbes Junior, the billionaire editor-in-chief of US business magazine Forbes, is trying to sell his capitalist bible in China.

The Chinese-language Forbes Zibenjia already sells 35,000 copies without access to the China market, he says, adding that every time a business is started in China it increases people's control over their own lives.

30 Apr 1993 - 12:00am