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World MBA Tour offers RM9.9m business scholarships

The World MBA Tour is offering over US$2.7mil (RM9.9mil) in exclusive scholarships to visitors of its business school fairs held in 40 countries, including Malaysia.


Conference to enhance Malaysia-Singapore cooperation

The London Business School Alumni Club Malaysia (LBS Alumni) will be hosting a regional conference to enhance the economic cooperation between Malaysia and Singapore.


Malaysia-Singapore business forum

The London Business School Alumni Club Malaysia (LBS Alumni) will organise a regional conference themed I>Malaysia-Singapore Businesses, Expanding in Asia: New Challenges and Opportunities/Ion Nov 27.


Regional conference on Malaysia-Singapore businesses

The London Business School Alumni Club Malaysia (LBS Alumni) will organise a regional conference with the theme Malaysia-Singapore Businesses, Expanding in Asia: New Challenges and Opportunities on Nov 27.


More corporate leaders to join ICLIF training schemes

THE International Centre For Leadership In Finance#146;s (ICLIF) training programmes are expected to garner more participation from the corporate world this year, said executive director Datuk Rafiah Salim.


Billions for Skype one of many changes in voice over Internet market

What a difference a year and $2.6 billion (euro2.1 billion) makes. The renegade cool that once surrounded Skype Technologies SA at past gatherings of the Internet telephone industry has been replaced by mockery and awe at this week's VON show.


Mustapa highlights main 9th Malaysia Plan challenges

The Government has highlighted four main challenges it faces in successfully formulating the 9th Malaysia Plan, namely, enhancing competitiveness, ensuring prudent financial management, seeking new sources of growth and developing human capital.


Morgan Stanley alumni push for spin-off

The group of former Morgan Stanley executives that has waged a six-week campaign to oust chief executive officer Philip Purcell changed tack, proposing that the world's largest securities firm spin off its investment bank under new leadership.


Finding fulfilment after retirement

Much of the developed world is ageing. With increasing life expectations and decreasing birth rates, countries like Japan, Germany, Australia and Singapore, are experiencing a shift in population distribution in which the proportion of citizens who are no longer actively pursuing a career is large and increasing.


New management may strengthen TAP Resources ops

A NEW management line-up at TAP Resources Bhd may see the company move towards strengthening its construction, as well as renewable energy, operations, sources say.