Tag Archives: United States

Prof Anil K. Gupta on Navigating Asia’s Order: Implications for the United States, India and China

Prof Anil K. Gupto

Prof Anil K. Gupta , Michael D. Dingman Chair in Strategy, Globalization and Entrepreneurship and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher at the Smith School of Business, The University of Maryland at College Park, shared his insights on Asia’s new order, and it’s implications for the United States, India and China. Prof Anil K. Gupta is widely regarded as one […]

David McWilliams on the Longterm Consequences of the US Presidential Election

David McWilliams

Economist David McWilliams wrote about the long term consequences of the US Presidential election. This is not about the personalities but about the issues. It reflects deep concerns about the US economy, inequality, distruptive technologies and their impact on future economic policy and asset prices. David says “Although Hillary Clinton promises more of the same, that […]

Motivational Story of the Entrepreneurial Journey of Alvin Lee

Alvin Lee’s entrepreneurial journey was not an easy one. He knows personally of the frustration brought by searching for answers. His book, Castles Can Fly, tells of the challenge he faced in Singapore, and then in the United States, as he sought backers for what was, at the time, deemed a crazy idea – a […]