Hong Kong's science and technology development chief visited Silicon Valley this week to talk up the next phase of the industry-incubation park his agency is building and the clean technologies he hopes it will yield.
The 2012 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business awards honored top entrepreneurs, corporate executives and business professionals of Asian heritage for their contribution to the economy of the New York metropolitan area.
Bill Ford (left), executive chairman of Ford Motor Co, joins John Hollar, president of the Computer History Museum, in celebrating the June 18 induction of Sync, Ford’s in-car connectivity software platform co-developed with Microsoft Corp, into the museum's permanent collection.
Jeff Leung, director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco, speaks at a news conference on June 19 about the progress and development Hong Kong has made since its handover back to China in 1997.
The annual Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business awards, sponsored by the Asian American Business Development Center, gathered over 500 attendees to congratulate award winners at Cipriani Wall Street restaurant in New York City on June 19,.
Daniel Servitje, CEO of Mexico's Grupo Bimbo SAB, reads a special edition of China Daily Americas in the Mexican resort of Los Cabos during a summit meeting of leaders of the Group of 20 economies on June 18.