Rex Aguado

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Top MBAs respond to global leadership crisis
Arroyo set to cull the fat cows
Philippine taipan gives priority to people
Regional report cards put Asia on firm footing to weather storm
Senator moots performance-linked pay
Once beloved by investors, hedge funds have now fallen from grace
Out of the shadows, the oldest profession need not be the worst
Patient Cubans still waiting for the good times to roll
Love of Hello Kitty and historical legacy makes little boys of us all
Singapore needs new mindset to avoid art-ache of creative failure
Les Choristes
20 Mar 2005 - 12:00AM
Les Choristes
Corporate investing still a dream in a city bereft of arts patrons
Market-driven civility makes partners of rivals in energy carve-up
Market discipline, not meddling, drives successful labour policies
Resurgent Tokyo sets off bull run in region
Hong Kong scores for a minimalist approach to art appreciation
Acquisitive Asian firms spreading their wings to distant horizons
WTO may be rendered moot by further free-trade agreements
Desert emirate reaches for the sky
Ignore hissing snakes and follow smart money up corporate ladders
Xenophobic west unwilling to let the 'barbarians' enter the gate
Japanese market soars on back of rising US dollar
The sooty cloud of runaway oil prices may well have a silver lining
Philippines shows resilience as silent majority swallows bitter pill
Red-tape culture should give French something to protest against
Tsang's creative arts centre a misconceived idea in artists' eyes
CLSA unit  targets 'sweet spot' of Asian deals
John Howard can sacrifice wheat cartel to  spruce up his Teflon coat
Asia ends year on an economic high with the return of the samurai
Economy bears the cost  as moral crusaders claim another scalp