The big breakup conversation

We have to consider breaking up Big Tech companies. The silver bullet - smart regulatory regime - will take too long to be established in a coordinated manner worldwide.


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Venture Capital Insights BioTech, MedTech & HealthTech


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A special exception

We have to focus assistance on businesses large and small that were financially sound when the crisis hit, and are likely to survive and contribute to boosting our economy in the…


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Improving worker welfare

Legislative changes raising the minimum wage pose challenges. To remain competitive and thrive in such a new environment, companies must have enough lead time to address the…


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Tightening: An incentive or disincentive?

We are concerned as this comes in parallel to an anti-foreign sentiment. Talents are our business's biggest asset. Therefore we need continued access to a diverse pool of…


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Opening up to fresh viewpoints

I believe it is important to focus on profoundly embedding a framework of critical thinking in all aspects of our community at all ages and stages of living - private and…


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A rift with consequences – and opportunities

Tearing Chinese and American corporate worlds apart would hurt everyone. We have to avoid blocs and find a way to work together.


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SINGAPORE FAMILY OFFICE FORUM

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has noted a five-fold increase in the number of family offices setup in Singapore between 2017 to 2019. Not surprising, given the…


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Responsible retrenchment

Work time reduction and a four day work week for all employees is our approach to long term or even permanent demand fall that some portfolio companies are facing.


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Our new offices are work to people

In 2020, the world began what is undoubtedly the most massive work-from-home experiment in history. Now, companies are wrestling with whether and how to have workers return to…


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