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Macau gambling tycoon Stanley Ho has died at age 98, leaving behind 16 children

He leaves behind 16 out of 17 children he fathered with four women.

[WATCH] Ren Zhengfei was a poor but genius inventor who got fired from his second job and started Huawei with just US$3,000

He may be worth US$1.3 billion today, but Huawei's founder was born poor, and had to eat cheap cereal crops to survive.

After Alibaba, Jack Ma’s next project could be creating schools that teach children how to ‘be human’

He suggested the education system be changed to teach children how to "be a human" in the AI era.

Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing calls on those in power to show humanity and provide a ‘way out’ for young people in protest crisis

The billionaire says ‘both sides should try to put their feet in another’s shoes’, to turn big troubles into small ones.

Singapore’s 50 richest saw their wealth surge in the past year to reach S$180 billion – and it’s thanks to these 3 guys

Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin is US$1.2 billion poorer. On the bright side, he's still Singapore's third richest man.

Malaysia just ranked its top 100 CEOs by pay – and Genting’s CEO topped the list with RM285 million

Genting's head might just be the best-paid person in all of Malaysia.

There’s a new type of luxury consumer emerging across the world called the HENRYs – and they’re increasingly valuable to the world&#...

Southeast Asia's new mass affluent consumers are very different from traditional luxury consumers typically associated with excessive consumerism, elitism, and guilty pleasures.

Foxconn billionaire Terry Gou will decide if he should run for Taiwan presidency this week

Gou founded Foxconn with just US$7,500 and 10 staff in Taiwan. Today, he has a net worth of US$7.4 billion.

There are 13 Malaysians in Forbes’ 2019 Billionaires list – and Robert Kuok remains top despite being US$2 billion poorer

Malaysia's richest person is Robert Kuok with a net worth of US$12.8 billion, down from US$14.8 billion last year.