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New York City is officially throwing its hat in the ring to lure Amazon.com Inc’s proposed second headquarters, hoping its large, diverse workforce, extensive university system, big-city living and status as an epicentre of industry will overcome its major drawback as one of the country’s most expensive housing markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: Reliance Pacific Bhd, which recorded two years of quarterly losses could be seeing light at the end of a tunnel following the emergence of two new substantial shareholders and some changes in key management.
KUALA LUMPUR: Reliance Pacific Bhd, which recorded two years of quarterly losses, is seeing the light at the end of a tunnel following the emergence of two new substantial shareholders and some changes in key management.
KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Media Group Bhd, a digital outdoor advertising company, does not know the reason for the 35% drop in its share price on Tuesday.
SUBANG JAYA: Agricultural and industrial chemicals producer Ancom Bhd remains cautious about its upcoming financial year’s performance, citing the sluggish global economic outlook and weak oil prices.
KUALA LUMPUR: Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd’s unit Utusan Airtime Sdn Bhd (UASB) has signed a joint-venture (JV) agreement with Puncak Berlian Sdn Bhd, VGI Global Media Public Co Ltd and Ikatan Asli Sdn Bhd (IASB) to set up a JV company, Titanium Compass Sdn Bhd.
KUALA LUMPUR: PUC Founder (MSC) Bhd’s unit EPP Solution Sdn Bhd has been appointed as the sole authorised agent in Malaysia for China’s Internet financial services group, Lakala Payment Co Ltd.
LONDON (Reuters) - Football's international administrators, like players on the field, are collecting salaries that outstrip most of their peers in other sports, and no less so than at FIFA, annual accounts from governing bodies show.
The Internet economy is rejuvenating New York City’s Midtown South, pushing up real estate prices, as tech companies look for alternatives to the Silicon Valley.
The Dutch, it is said, bought Manhattan Island in 1626 from its native American inhabitants for about US$24 (RM86) in trade goods. Half a millennium later, that sum wouldn't buy a square foot of office space in Midtown South.