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Banks drag KLCI into the red for fifth straight decline

KUALA LUMPUR: Selling of Maybank, AmBank, RHB Bank and CIMB dragged the FBM KLCI into the red for the fifth straight day in the absence of strong fresh catalysts to attract buying interest.


Robbers steal 10kg of gold worth RM2mil from delivery truck

BUTTERWORTH: Armed robbers struck a delivery truck outside a goldsmith supplier's business premises on Jalan Siram here and got away with an estimated 10kg of gold worth about RM2mil.


Poh Kong shares jump 25% after strong results

KUALA LUMPUR: Poh Kong Holdings Bhd shares got a boost on Monday after the jeweller reported a strong quarterly earnings.


Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch September 25

KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Monday Sept 25


Factbox - Triple world champion Peter Sagan

BERGEN, Norway (Reuters) - Factbox on Slovakian Peter Sagan, who won his third road race world title on Sunday:


Eight years of supporting SMEs

REALISING the potential and growth of the SME market and its contribution to the country’s economy, The Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) came into the picture. First held in 2010, SOBA is now into its eighth year.

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Education group to offer degree courses

KOTA TINGGI: Kumpulan Pendidikan Yayasan Pelajaran Johor (KPYPJ) will offer undergraduate programmes to Malaysians as well as international students from 2019 onwards.


Malaysia’s first Paralympic gold medallists are all for moderation

KUALA LUMPUR: The mere mention of a sporting event is enough to get Malaysians to instantly set aside their differences and unite to cheer on the athletes representing our country.


Let sports lead the way

Ruminations - By A.R. Amiruddin
Spirit of the Games a powerful tool to bridge differences.


Perfect timing for Sagan as Slovakian takes third straight title

BERGEN, Norway (Reuters) - Peter Sagan stayed quiet all day before timing his effort to perfection in the final sprint to become the first rider to claim three road race world championship titles in a row on Sunday.