Interesting insights on China’s rich

The number of rich Chinese is expected to increase to 1.2 million, and the super rich to 73,000. About 50% own and/or manage their own business. Majority live in Beijing.

Ghost and lifeless after 2014 Sochi Olympics. Image shows a screenshot of a picture taken by Russian photographer Alexander Belenkiy as posted on his blog, http://macos.livejournal.com/939210.html

Sochi and why hosting the Olympics is not worth it  

'Hosting the Olympic Games is taking on one of the most financially risky mega projects that many cities and nations have learned to their peril.'

Stop counting Facebook ‘likes,’ learn from Coca-Cola’s ‘nickname bottle’

Coca-Cola has broken the secret code! The winning social media formula is the Narcissus strategy: Validate. Encourage. Reflect people’s specialness.

Sinking ferries: The difference between Philippines and Korea

Differences in the two separate ferry incidents happening 6 years apart and causing the senseless drowning of passengers include these: an effort to apologise, punishing the accountable ones, moving on

This is the LRT-1 project extending the current rail system to vote-rich Cavite. The consortium of conglomerates Ayala and Metro Pacific was the lone bidder last May 28, 2014 for the P65 billion deal. Map courtesy of PPP Center

Questions and an answer on San Miguel’s LRT-1 move

The biggest business group in the Philippines snubbed the bidding for the biggest infrastructure project of the government. Why is this raising eyebrows?

‘Dark site’ and Malaysia Airlines crisis

Public relations industry members and crisis managers are one in lauding the legacy carrier for its by-the-book moves, opting to tune out the criticisms, which are chanted in mainstream and new media day in and day out.

Is it Mar Roxas’ fault there are no CCTV cameras at NAIA-3?

No, but a year and a half ago, he set himself up to be blamed when a crime happened this December 2013.

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