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Market subdued, plantations down

Share prices eased slightly at midday on Monday, weighed down by profit taking on plantation stocks as crude palm oil (CPO) futures fell, tracking the decline on crude oil.


Discuss bill first

From PROF WAN ABDUL MANAN WAN MUDA, Chairman, Pergerakan Tenaga Akademik Malaysia (GERAK), (Malaysian Academics Movement)


Timely aid

AN engineering undergraduate who received an IJM scholarship for RM10,000 this year said that the award was timely and a blessing to him.


Off to America

CISCO has selected four top Malaysian graduates to go on a one-year training programme in North Carolina's Research Triangle Park in the United States.


TNB promises to probe Gerak’s RM1bil power theft claims

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) views seriously the allegations that its top officials colluded in the issue of power theft and says that necessary action will be taken.


Foreign investors look beyond politics

Foreign investors are finally beginning to look beyond politics in Malaysia and are refocusing on fundamentals and finding value in the market, says a foreign research house.


KL image marred by potholes

ALTHOUGH Kuala Lumpur is one of the more pleasant cities for living and holidays, one thing mars the image of the otherwise beautiful capital city -- the potholes and uncovered manholes in many of its roads.


KLCI slightly higher, Esso leads

Blue chips were slightly higher in lacklustre trade on Thursday, with Esso and TM International among the gainers albeit in thin trade as most investors decided to stay on the sidelines.


TNB brushes off claims of RM1bil-a-month power thefts

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has dismissed claims that it is losing up to RM1bil a month to power thieves.


Look into TNB power theft, PM urged

The Civil Movement Against Corruption (Gerak) has asked Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to investigate its claims of power theft collusion among Tenaga Nasional Berhad's (TNB) top officials, which has resulted in the company losing up to RM1bil a month.