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The not too distant future may be marked by the ubiquity of robotics, automation, and even artificial intelligence, but the success of companies will still be the product of talent, the people, who have the skill to drive an organization forward.

If you were to name a prominent technology company off the top of your head, firms like Facebook, Google or Microsoft might immediately come to mind.

Anand Selvakesari is a man on a mission; a mission to transform a more than two centuries-old institution to become the number one digital bank for consumers in Asia.

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Who says you can’t feed two passions at the same time?

You reap what you sow. It’s as simple as that for the Ayala Group, the oldest and one of the country’s largest conglomerates.

For the past three decades, the private sector has been the main driver of economic growth and poverty reduction around the world.

Some people are born into a privileged life; the proverbial silver spoon may already have their names etched on it. But, what separates the wheat from the chaff is the manner by which these people approach their lives to make the most of it.

At NetSuite’s first SuiteWorld conference after it was acquired by Oracle last year, the company – now officially known as Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit – said things have only become better and brighter under Oracle.

There has never been an easier time to take buses in Singapore. Seats can now be booked through a state-created ride sharing application  and the public can even suggest the creation of new routes.

 Founding a beauty pageant and turning it into a global brand is one big feat. Running the country’s   stock market and bringing it to new heights should be another.

The Lopez Group’s First Gen Corp. surely walks the talk. Since taking on a bold stance against the use of coal in the Philippines in May last year because of the need to address the impact of climate change in the country and the rest of the world, the Lopez Group has matched this with concrete actions, taking in partners for such initiatives.

When Snapchat went public this year, it was a reminder to many small business owners that they need to be part of the social media evolution. But which network? Snapchat? Facebook? Instagram? All of the above?

 The online marketplace has become much busier than it used to be. The Philippines’ e-commerce market is expected to grow a compounded annual rate of 101.4 percent from 2013 to 2018 due to rising internet and social media usage, according to a study by Ken Research.