Vietnam's demographics and strong manufacturing base, developed over two decades, have put it in a favourable position to weather current challenges.
As the popularity of online video games continues to grow, all eyes are on the virtual economies that are emerging around them.
We now have a wealth of digital collaboration tools at our disposal, but people are still the crucial factor in strong teamwork.
Efforts to chart an economic recovery after COVID-19 will be complex but crucial - and they should start now.
In a largely upbeat 2021-22 Budget, the Hong Kong Government is offering electronic consumer vouchers for residents while increasing the stamp duty on stock trading to help raise revenue.
Conversations about "clean" eating and sustainable meat production are increasingly prevalent, and plant-based alternatives have become a meaty subject.
The start-up founders of our collective imagination are bright young trailblazers - the Gates, the Jobs, the Zuckerbergs. In reality, the average age of a successful start-up founder is closer to 45.
Digital health services are on the rise, forcing the medical profession to rethink service delivery and business models.
Jason Shum CPA is using highly complex algorithms to make life easier for accountants.
For economies that seek to re-boot in the wake of a crisis, infrastructure projects are firmly in the frame, but governments should choose carefully for maximum impact.
There are still bumps in the road, but the transition to battery-powered vehicles is gaining speed.
CFO Steven Groves FCPA has big responsibilities and a budget to match at the Australian Department of Defence.
Accountants play a key role in assessing and disclosing climate risks as part of corporate sustainability reporting, and are becoming important players in the business response to climate change.
CFO Fiona Schutt CPA enjoys connecting people and protecting workers through her role at WorkSafe Victoria.
Belinda Hogan CPA, CFO of 86 400, Australia's first smartbank, relishes the opportunity to take on the traditional banks.
A new book offers strategies to improve communication and engagement with clients.
There is no place for the faint-hearted in the next 12 months, as company leaders and finance teams brace for challenges on many fronts.
Should service providers give faithful customers the best deal every time, or is it up to customers to shop around when contracts come up for renewal?
Adam Black FCPA, CFO of Australian National University, believes treating people well goes a long way towards ensuring strong financial customer service outcomes follow.
As CFO and general manager corporate services at Bank of South Pacific (BSP) in Fiji, Rajeshwar Singh CPA has to multitask, while overseeing the finance and human resources functions of the bank.