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SAN FRANCISCO: A group of high-flying Silicon Valley investors is betting that there is room for one more program that fosters early-stage companies.
THE focus of concern of my last column (Oct 5) was how to identify and best manage risk emanating from the great growth deceleration in emerging Asia in the face of “Abenomic” expansionary thrusts and threat of QE (quantitative easing) tapering by US Fed which resulted in a massive withdrawal of funds from Asian markets.
LONDON: Standard setters have reached broad agreement on the first global rule telling companies how to book revenues in a reform that may encourage listings and bump up IT costs for telcos. Property developers, especially from countries like Malaysia and Singapore, are also likely to welcome the new rule which will allow them to book revenue as a project proceeds rather than having to defer until completion.
KUALA LUMPUR: Close to 4,000 participants – the biggest in the history of Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) – will attend the two-day 4th GES which starts here tomorrow.