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CBS CEO Moonves resigns amid new allegations of sexual misconduct

NEW YORK: Leslie Moonves, the top executive at CBS Corp since 2006 and a major figure at the broadcast network and media company for more than two decades, resigned on Sunday amid a new wave of allegations against him of sexual assault and harassment.

If you exchange US$ for Indonesia rupiahs you get a free meal

JAKARTA: As Indonesia's currency trades at its weakest levels since the 1998 Asian financial crisis, a local restaurant chain is offering free meals to clients who can prove they have exchanged holdings of U.S. dollars for the ailing rupiah.

A cook prepares food at a restaurant which offers free meals for people who can show they have recently changed U.S. dollars for Indonesian rupiah at their outlet in Jakarta, Indonesia. - Reuters filepic

Growing with others

AFTER some 21 years of pushing the BMS Organics chain into the market, Terry Lee thinks it is time to enable others to also participate in its growth story.

Room for expansion: Lee says the market is big enough for the company to have 150 outlets.

Helping SMEs thrive in an era of change

THE business landscape is evolving rapidly. New developments, changing trends, technological advances and changing policies are among the challenges faced by companies these days.


Chasing the future, without losing sight of reality

Comment by Tajuddin Atan
“THE parable of the Ox”, written by John Kay, refers to a story about a statistician who in 1906, noticed that at a county fair game where people guessed the weight of an ox, the average of all their guesses ended up being very close to the animal’s exact weight, as revealed by a pair of scales.