Towards the end of each year news offices in Thailand welcome a flock of corporate publicists coming to express their thanks for media support during the year.
Doing a quick search for companies whose roots go back more than 100 years, I came across some interesting information.
"We only get paid for the 'good' drugs," Bayer's chairman Marijn Dekkers told over 140 journalists gathered here last week.
A visit to any international airport vying to become a travel hub points to one thing: unimaginably fierce competition in the global commercial aviation industry is here and it's about to intensify.
No doubt about it, the world is more connected than ever.
Six months on from the coup, the Thai economy remains in bad shape. And the outlook - at least in the short term - is also bleak, despite optimism among some local economic houses.
Watching a Discovery documentary last week gave me a chilling insight. A Nepali man whose community had been wiped out by floods from melting Himalayan glaciers was speaking: You in developed countries can continue driving your cars and doing other...
When it comes to economic policies, what I like the most about this junta is its plan to cut fuel subsidies.
Adaptation and mitigation" is a phrase we are hearing more and more often following natural disasters linked with climate change.
Step into any five-star hotel's function room and you'll likely see Thais in dark business suits mingling with foreigners. Suit-and-a tie has become the norm for young Thai males, while traditional Thai-style shirts have disappeared from...