... s second richest man, paint tycoon
Goh Cheng Liang
, has a net worth of $17.7 billion. It is another example of how tech billionaires are climbing up the wealth rankings in countries across
. Earlier this year, the founder of messaging giant
's richest person. Sea,
's most valuable company, has been turning to Fintech for further growth beyond gaming and e-commerce, while also expanding beyond the region. It won a digital banking license in ...
... within a radius of usually about 6 kilometers. The platform has expanded also to offer part-time jobs, real estate listings, pet care and laundry services. The company plans to launch a digital payment service in the latter half of this year.
will need at least five years of investment in the foreign market to turn that into a meaningful business.
's parent company
needed 10 years of data accumulating experience and experience in ...
... initial public offering, pulling off the largest debut of the country in over a decade. Despite dropping nearly a fifth since its listing, the $17.4 billion company is one of a growing number of entrepreneurs, including the likes of
that are taking on sprawling family-owned conglomerates that have long dominated
's economy known as chaebols.
In an exclusive interview, 48-year-old
told South Korean startups that are more aggressive than the ones he backs,...
... projects through its platform business models are difficult to execute while its profit from those new businesses are meager, said Kim. He added that most of it's profit comes from interest rates and loans, just like other traditional banks, he said.
Corp. raised 384 billion won in September and its share soared around 250% since the IPO.
Pay Corp., the country's largest online payment service, was scheduled to debut on Aug 12 but the listing was delayed after regulators asked it ...