December 8th, 2011
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(CNN) – This episode of "The Boss" shows you can't be shy if you want to be a business leader.

In Macau, the Vice-Chairman of Galaxy Macau is a boss who is happy to speak his mind. Francis Lui doesn't hold back his opinions on a new Christmas menu or the wine selection from China.

Sean Cornwell, London-based head of eHarmony International, is no wallflower either. He takes center stage at a leading internet conference to share his insight about taking a brand global.

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  1. Terrence

    Not about Springsteen. Disappointed.

    December 9, 2011 at 2:12 am |

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Quest Means Business airs Monday to Friday, 1600 New York and 2100 London, and is hosted by Richard Quest.



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