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Big brother is watching

THE 2001 Gene Hackman flick I>Behind Enemy Lines/Iwas an otherwise forgettable testosterone #8211; fuelled action thriller that featured the usual two-dimensional bad guys and predictable plot lines. But to Kent Kresa, 64, it #8211; or at least the 30-second scene that plugged a fictional version of technology.

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Worth his weight in gold

Jeweller Datuk Ng Teck Fong, the executive chairman of Tomei Gold and Jewellery Corporation, may now run a company with an annual turnover of about RM150mil but he will never forget his humble beginnings in a small village in Malacca.

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Star Cruises acquires two additional ships for US fleet

GENTING group associate Star Cruises Ltd, through its wholly-owned US-based subsidiary Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), has bought two ships in the United States in the past week to reinforce its cruise operations in the North American market, said Genting Bhd deputy chairman Tun Mohammed Hanif Omar.

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Harvard Club Malaysia bids farewell to Sarji

THE Harvard Club of Malaysia bade farewell to its president Tan Sri Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid at the club#039;s AGM and dinner in Kuala Lumpur on Monday night.

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Much scope for mutual gain

Business and politics don#8217;t mix, they say, and this seems to be the case as far as Australia and Malaysia are concerned.

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Strong turnout at SME expo

THE SME 2003 exposition at the PWTC in Kuala Lumpur got off to a good start with a turnout of about 5,000 visitors recorded over Thursday and yesterday.

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Three ingredients that make a successful entrepreneur

Many may ask: What makes a successful entrepreneur? According to YEO International president Vijay Tirathrai, the three core ingredients are a winning business model, a passion for business as well as understanding and fulfilling customer needs.

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Banking on nation building

BANK Pembangunan Infrastruktur (M) Bhd (BPIMB) is gearing up to be a full-fledged infrastructure projects lender with the mandate given by the government for the bank to be more involved in nation-building development.

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Rahim isn’t from same ‘old boy’ alumni

DATUK Abdul Rahim Zin does not come from the same 'old boy' alumni. But the newly appointed managing director of Bank Pembangunan and Infrastruktur is certainly in the same league as those young charismatic leaders making their presence felt in the local corporate scene.

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CEO forum on globalised world

THE Malaysia chapter of the University of New South Wales Alumni Association will hold a one-day I>KL International CEO Forum: Is Big Always Better in a Globalised World?/Ifeaturing several distinguished speakers at JW Marriott Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, on June 1.