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WEEKEND READ - Compliance rules may be a damper on HK's Rugby Sevens

Hong Kong’s Rugby Sevens is one of the most hotly anticipated corporate events on the global sporting calendar, but many money managers may be missing from this year’s quintessential party weekend at one of the world’s premier financial centres.

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WEEKEND READ - The dark side to sending late night work emails

Around 11 pm one night, you realise there’s a key step your team needs to take on a current project. So, you dash off an email to the team members while you’re thinking about it.  9 more words

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WEEKEND READ - You Have to Be Fast to Be Seen as a Great Leader

It’s easy to say that business is moving faster and faster and that to keep up, leaders at all levels need to know how to pick up the pace.  17 more words

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WEEKEND READ - The CEO Of The Future Is A "Designer-In-Chief"

The CEO has evolved into something new: The designer-in-chief of corporate culture, rallying the troops rather than commanding them and inspiring them to create next generation innovation.

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WEEKEND READ - Infographic: 10 ways to be an authentic business leader

What’s your leadership style? Bounding with respect, enthusiasm and credibility? Great!

But what if it is none of those traits? Here are 10 suggestions to boost your leadership style from Leadership Coach and CEO of Leadership HQ,Sonia MacDonald. Boost your authenticity here.

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Have a Great weekend

I am unwell and so is B,one of my guinea pigs hence i am gonna stay home, care for him and me all weekend. Hope you guys have a lot of plans this weekend.The odd couple premiered this week, i have always enjoyed Matheew Perry, he is a genuinely good actor and i look forward to this show as one of my favourite comedies Two and a Half men wrapped up this week,i shall miss it. 333 more words

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WEEKEND READ - China's Churning Out Billionaires Like It’s 1999

IPOs have become very hot investment products in China, and the county’s world-best stock market rally made January the busiest month for IPOs in a year. 10 more words

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