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Putin critic who wrote on MH17 shot dead in Kiev

KIEV: A prominent Russian journalist and critic of President Vladimir Putin was shot dead in Ukraine where he had fled into exile following threats, police said on Tuesday.

Corporate News

Guan Eng: Malaysian economy remains strong

KUALA LUMPUR: New Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has reiterated that the Malaysian economy remains strong with solid fundamentals despite the need to improve the current fiscal condition.

Economy

Economy remains strong, fundamentals solid, says Guan Eng

KUALA LUMPUR: Newly-minted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has reiterated that the Malaysian economy remains strong with solid fundamentals despite the need to improve the current fiscal condition.

Corporate News

Buffett craves more Apple shares, endorses its buybacks

OMAHA, Nebraska: Billionaire Warren Buffett has been buying a boatload of Apple Inc shares and on Saturday suggested he would buy even more shares at the right price.

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Warren Buffett lays out a Berkshire Hathaway future without him

Two new vice chairmen named at annual meeting as CEO touts company’s reputation as ‘buyer of choice

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Bloomberg’s new paywall will charge users US$35 a month

The paywall, which allows visitors to read 10 articles a month for free, includes a $39.99 option that comes with a subscription to Bloomberg Businessweek and access to events

Advertising & Media

Publicis rebrands PR unit

PUBLICIS Groupe’s public relations (PR) business in Malaysia got a shot in the arm with the recent rebranding of its PR unit under the MSL brand.

Business

Gucci fuels booming sales at luxury firm Kering

PARIS: Booming sales growth at French luxury group Kering got even faster in the first quarter, sending its shares to record highs, as red-hot demand for its Gucci clothing and handbags was joined by other labels such as Balenciaga.

Corporate News

Facebook's communications meltdown: How it lost control of its messaging

LOS ANGELES: "You're asking a really important question." "It's such a good question." "Those are fair questions, and I think those are real questions."

Retail

Toshiba to proceed with sale

TOKYO: Toshiba Corp is sticking with its plans to sell its memory chip unit despite regulatory hurdles, said Nobuaki Kurumatani, who took over as the chief executive officer and chairman of the Japanese electronics maker this month.