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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 12 Mar (Thurs) – Warren Buffett shows HSBC and Delta Air Lines how to say sorry; When business leaders make mistakes, they have nothing to lose from a proper apology

Life

  • Warren Buffett shows HSBC and Delta Air Lines how to say sorry; When business leaders make mistakes, they have nothing to lose from a proper apology: FT
  • Berkshire Hathaway: 50 Years of Enduring Advice: Burgundy
  • Lessons from the great Beanie Babies crash; The amazing rise and terrible fall of the “Steve Jobs of plush”: Fortune
  • What to say when your kids notice their friends have more – or less – money than they do: BI
  • Here’s the personality trait that predicts success for employees – and entrepreneurs: BI
  • Is There a Next Jack Bogle? Not If You Ask Jack Bogle: Bloomberg
  • Leadership Lessons From Virgin Hotels, Courtesy Of Richard Branson And CEO Raul Leal: Forbes
  • The Passport King: Christian Kalin’s business is showing poor countries they have at least one resource worth selling: citizenship. Bloomberg
  • Perspectives on the long term: What will it take to shift markets and companies away from a short-term way of thinking?: McKinsey

Greater China

  • Open Letter to SGX/MAS: Reply to CFO of SGX-Listed China Environment (CENV SP) on report “Potential Accounting Tunneling Fraud at China Environment?” – Address the accounting and governance concerns in an SGX/MAS announcement: AsianExtractor
  • China’s local government debt: Defusing a bomb: Economist
  • The unfrothing of Alibaba: FT
  • China’s Hottest Phone? Here’s the Upstart Chasing Xiaomi: Bloomberg
  • China Said to Plan Overhaul of $3 Trillion Industrial Machine: Bloomberg, Reuters
  • Viral Role Model Emerges In Innovation-Starved Tech Hub Taiwan: Forbes
  • Only China Can Contain China: HP
  • For Chinese Economy, Strengths Are Now Weaknesses: NYT
  • China’s Antigraft Drive Exposes Military Risks; Takedown of generals shines light on rampant buying of ranks: WSJ

India

  • India could become the engine room for the IoT-enabled world: Forbes

Japan & Korea

  • Nurturing Korea’s Disneys: KH
  • LG heir sued for fraud: KH
  • Samsung scions plan on paying 6 trillion won in taxes: JA
  • How KakaoTalk’s Billionaire Creator Ignited A Global Messaging War: Forbes
  • Far from dying, Abenomics may yet be coming up roses; Japan could be the only wealthy nation that is increasing the size of its middle class: FT
  • Korean students suffer from all work and no play: AsiaOne
  • Plunge Protection Exposed: Bank Of Japan Stepped In A Stunning 143 Times To Buy Stocks, Prevent Drop: Zerohedge

ASEAN

  • Open Letter to SGX/MAS: Reply to CFO of SGX-Listed China Environment (CENV SP) on report “Potential Accounting Tunneling Fraud at China Environment?” – Address the accounting and governance concerns in an SGX/MAS announcement: AsianExtractor
  • Jho Low and the Wolf of Wall Street: how Malaysian businessman ‘hooked up DiCaprio’; ‘I’ve nothing to hide’: Malaysia’s Jho Low breaks silence to deny money laundering allegations: SCMP1, 2
  • Thai Temple’s Gospel of Wealth Draws Protests; Dhammakaya Temple’s spectacular growth is raising awkward questions about how Buddhism should adapt to decades of pell-mell growth in Asia: WSJ
  • Car Hub Project to Spur Philippine Manufacturing: Southeast Asia: Bloomberg

Macro

  • Investors Forced to Get Creative for ‘Carry’ Trade; Borrow in euros, buy in the Philippines and Sri Lanka: WSJ
  • What the Strongest U.S. Dollar in a Decade Means for Your Wallet: Bloomberg
  • Incentives favour short-term investment focus; Pension funds and insurers forced to shy away from infrastructure: FT
  • Mafia thrives on Italy’s legalized gambling addiction: Reuters
  • “We Have Front-Row Seats To An Imminent Market Shock”, Hedge Fund Billionaire Warns: Zerohedge

Energy & Commodities

  • History Suggests OPEC’s Days Could Be Numbered: Bloomberg

Healthcare

  • Ultrasound Shows Promise in Mice for Treating Alzheimer’s: WSJ

TMT

  • Apple Watch Skewed to Geeky Guys Risks Alienating Female Buyers: Bloomberg
  • Apple Pay faces a battle with banks to enter China’s huge mobile payments market: SCMP
  • Launching the Apple Watch: The time machine; Apple wants to make smartwatches a mainstream technology. That will take time: Economist
  • How Rebellion Photonics built a business on gas fumes; By creating a better tool for spotting gas leaks from oilfields and pipelines, tiny Rebellion Photonics got the jump on a global market no one else could see: Forbes
  • Getting Advantage from Proprietary Data: WSJ
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