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We need to look at the small things we spend our money on ‘unconsciously’ every day

What has a cup of coffee made with espresso and steamed milk got to do with your finances? Actually, nothing! However, LEE MUN WAI wants to introduce you the “Latte Factor” which has everything to do with your finances.


The Power of Asian Cities

Urbanisation creates more demand for higher quality services


Sarkozy vows reforms in New Year speech

PARIS: French President Nicolas Sarkozy pledged in a grave New Year’s message to find ways to pull the economy out of stagnation in the four months left before a presidential election and vowed no further public spending cuts.


GAB, Carlsberg see sustainable growth amid economic incertainties

PETALING JAYA: Local breweries Guinness Anchor Bhd (GAB) and Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd (Carlsberg Malaysia) are cautiously optimistic about the outlook of the malt liquor market this year.


Race to win bigger slice of regional insurance market heating up

KUALA LUMPUR: The race to win a bigger slice of South-East Asia’s insurance market is heating up as AIA Group, Manulife and Prudential plc compete for mid-size acquisitions in the region totalling up to US$1bil (RM3.18bil), sources said.



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Transforming the nation

His goal is to help Malaysia towards Vision 2020. Pemandu chief Datuk Seri Idris Jala talks about the Economic Transformation Programme.


Ballmer goes out punching at last Microsoft employee meeting

SEATTLE: Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer took his farewell bow before thousands of applauding employees on Thursday with a typically loud and emotional performance at his last companywide meeting, talking up the software giant's prospects and taking swipes at rivals


Purpose-driven work

A career is more than just good pay and fringe benefits.


Nestle reinforces strategic direction to be the leader in nutrition, health and wellness

NESTLE SA, the world’s largest food company, is looking at sustaining its growth in the various food categories globally this year despite the softening in demand triggered by the slow recovery in the world economy.