The Snack King of China
- Testing a Strawberry. FLANNERY, RUSSELL // Forbes Asia;Sep2014, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p72
The article offers information on Kevin Eng-meng, son of billionaire Tsai Eng-meng. Kevin finished 12th grade at the Canadian International School in Singapore. He had his mentoring in Chinese business and now functions as a director of the stock-traded Want Want China food and beverage business...
- NIBBLING ON THE MEDIA. R. F. // Forbes Asia;10/19/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 16, p24
The article presents information related to the media investments by Tsai Eng-Meng, chairman of Want Want China Holdings Ltd. Outbidding Hong Kong, China's Next Media, Tsai bought publisher and broadcaster China Times Group for an undisclosed sum in 2008. According to Tsai, the main reason...
- Upwardly Mobile. FLANNERY, RUSSELL; MAO, ELAINE; XIONG, CHERISH; CHEN, MAGGIE; RADLAUER, SUSAN // Forbes Asia;Jul2014, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p48
The article focuses on the 50 richest business magnates in Taiwan, included in the Taiwan Rich List prepared by the FORBES magazine. It is noted that after a 40% rise in the stock price of flagship Hon Hai Precision, fortune of Terry Gou, Taiwan's richest tech magnate, has passed 6 billion...
- Want Want billionaire picks up China Times. Smith, Glenn // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;11/13/2008, p2
The article reports that the firm Want Want China has acquired the company China Times Group. A memorandum of understanding was signed by Taiwanese billionaire Tsai Eng Meng, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Want Want, with China Times Group. The deal is reported to be worth $622 million....
- Take a walk on the mild side. // Food Manufacture;Feb2004, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p14
Reports on the strategy of Jacobs Inc. to widen the appeal of its already popular Thai Bites rice crackers by adding a new Mild Thai variant to the range in Great Britain.
- It's not just the economy. Rosen, Brahm; Farkas, Peter P. // CA Magazine;Aug95, Vol. 128 Issue 6, p47
Discusses factors that contribute to a company's success or failure. Management; Excess space; Investment in non-core businesses; Excess inventories.
- Success, like dessert, is supposed to come last. Poorman Jr., Robert W. // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/29/94, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p7A
Discusses matters pertaining to business success. Drawbacks of the pursuit of instant gratification; Economic pessimism as a result of a negative point of view; Lessons learned despite the immense changes business has undergone in the 1970s and 1980s.
- Top tips of the week. // PHC Profit Report;12/15/96, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p3
Offers tips on how to succeed in business. Customer services; Marketing materials; Telephone on-hold marketing scripts; Customer loyalty.
- A day in the life. Blau, Frank // Plumbing & Mechanical;Nov95, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p42
Focuses on success in business. Importance of hard work; Health concerns; Review of business plans; Customer services and relations; Leisure activities.