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Act against illegal ads, say Bangsar folk

DBKL can penalise owners of premises that host events advertised, but nobody seems to have been charged yet. Bangsar residents say make them clean up the ads and make the fines steeper.

Business

Iran gets positive output cut signals from non-Opec, Opec nations

TEHRAN: Iran’s Oil Minister said Opec and non-Opec countries had given positive signals for an extension of output cuts, which Tehran would also back.

Business

Cahya Mata associate's manganese alloy smelting plant to reach full output in Q3

KUCHING: Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMS) is expecting its associate company OM Materials (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd’s ferrosilicon and manganese alloy smelting plant to achieve full production by the third quarter of this year.

TECH

Full Throttle Remastered: One epic road trip

Feel the wind in your hair and the asphalt under your bike in Full Throttle Remastered.

TECH

Samsung Gear VR: Virtually controlled fun

The new Samsung Gear VR now comes with a motion-sensing Controller for more precise gaming.

Business

Tech billionare buys Sydney mansion for record US$56mil

SYDNEY: Tech billionaire Scott Farquhar has bought a Sydney waterfront mansion for an Australian record Aus$75 million (US$56 million), a report said Monday, after the owners resisted selling the 1863-built home to developers.

TECH

What to watch out for when buying a USB stick

These days USB sticks come with ever-increasing storage capacity. But these drives aren't the best bet for every kind of backup.

Business

Global stocks climb in light May Day trading; oil slips, Apple hits record

NEW YORK: Apple shares hit a record high on Monday, lifting U.S. stocks and a gauge of key world equity indexes, while data on U.S. drilling and output kept downward pressure on oil prices.

Business

U.S. factory activity slows; inflation pressures subside

WASHINGTON: U.S. factory activity slowed in April while consumer spending was unchanged in March and a key inflation measure recorded its first monthly drop since 2001, but economists still expect an interest rate increase in June as the labor market tightens.

Business

Malaysia reportedly recruiting rubber tappers from Kerala

NEW DELHI: Malaysian plantation companies are recruiting hundreds of rubber tappers from India''s Kerala state with better pay offers.