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  • BigFourAccounting

    Global Big Four Among Top 4 Accounting Firms In Hong Kong

    Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, usually referred to as Deloitte, is the largest professional services firm in the world by revenue and by the number of professionals. Deloitte provides audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk and financial advisory services with more than 200,000 professionals in over 150...


  • Lenovo ThinkPad Edge

    Lenovo Close To Surpassing HP as World’s No.1 PC Maker

    Lenovo (SEHK: 0992) is close to surpassing Hewlett-Packard as the world’s leading manufacturer of personal computers following a strong quarterly rise in sales. The Chinese company, with headquarters in Beijing, Singapore, and Morrisville (U.S.), and more than 27,000 employees globally, now has a 14.9% share...


  • Cloud Computing Asia

    IBM Poised To Dominate Asia-Pacific Cloud Computing Market

    International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM): its company motto is Think… and thinking was what it did when it discarded businesses it once dominated, such as personal computers, and transformed itself from a hardware manufacturer into the No.1 technology services company in the world. The old...


  • Wonder Girls JYP Entertainment 2

    JYP Entertainment Preps Korean Music Supergroups For The World

    JYP Entertainment Corporation (KOSDAQ: 035900) engages in the entertainment business in South Korea, Japan, China and other parts of the world. It is involved in the production of movies, TV dramas, and music recordings as well as the management of artists, including such famous Korean...


  • SPAM

    Hormel’s Plan To Position SPAM as a Premium Brand In China

    Hormel (NYSE: HRL), the maker of SPAM, America’s favorite luncheon meat, has plans to position it as a premium product in China.  A blend of chopped pork shoulder, ham, salt, sugar, binders and preservatives like potassium chloride and sodium nitrite, SPAM made its market debut...


  • Coca Cola Beijing 4

    Coca-Cola Share Price On The Rise; Considers Shanghai Listing

    Global soft drinks juggernaut The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) is considering a possible future listing on the Shanghai Stock Exchange to coincide with part of its plan to expand into China.  “We continue to have positive discussions with Chinese government officials as we look at...


  • SubwayChina8

    Subway Overtakes McDonald’s As World’s Largest Restaurant Chain

    The Subway sandwich group, operated by privately held Doctor’s Associates Inc., has officially overtaken McDonald’s Corp (NYSE: MCD) as the world’s largest restaurant chain in terms of number of restaurant outlets, according to the year-end store count filed by Subway to the Securities and Exchange...


  • PanasonicPatentLeader5

    Panasonic Corporation Leader In International Patent Filings

    China, Japan, and South Korea show dominating growth in international patent filings and exhibit a significant shift of economic, competitive and scientific power to Asia, based on data released in February 2011 by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The World Intellectual Property Organization said...



    Macau: Gambling Capital Of The World

    With increasing foreign investments and liberalization of its gaming industry, Macau is currently experiencing unprecedented economic growth.  $7 billion revenue in Macau’s gaming industry surpassed Las Vegas’ $6.1 billion near the end of 2006 to make it the world’s biggest gambling hub.  Analysts estimate that...


  • HMV music store within undercover shopping mall

    Lawson To Buy HMV Japan From Daiwa Group

    Japanese convenience store chain Lawson Inc. (TYO: 2651) announced on October 28, 2010 that it will acquire music retailer HMV Japan K.K. from Daiwa Securities SMBC Principal Investments Co. Ltd. for 1.8 billion Yen (US$21.9 million). The acquisition will allow Lawson to strengthen its stores’...