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Relsited Lion counters off to a rocky start

SHARES of companies in the Lion group, which have been suspended since March 5, got off to a rocky start on being requoted yesterday, with their investment value down by 9% and 34%.


Whipping up airline food

A tour of MAS#8217;s catering unit in Sepang is a titillating experience. A potpourri of aromas overwhelms the senses as the staff put together 28,000 meals daily, and transport them to waiting aircraft 24 hours a day, every day. Hygiene, freshness and taste are uppermost on their minds as the kitchen crew work with clockwork precision to please the palate of seasoned travellers.


Lion takes a bold move forward

ASK the bankers. They will tell you this about Tan Sri William Cheng. He is a staunch advocate of the rule that every sen borrowed must be repaid.


Lion Group completes debt, corporate revamp

The Lion Group has completed its debt and corporate restructuring exercise and has asked the KLSE for the resumption of trading in the shares of four of its publicly-listed units.


Major focus on steel business

THE Lion Group#146;s major focus, post restructuring, will be on the steel business which is expected to contribute significantly to group earnings.


Coffins in crevices

Treasure hunters and tourists are ensuring that the dead are not resting in peace in a remote Philippine town, reports P. PARAMESWARAN.


Sheet maker NTPM on a roll

IT'S easy to take the comforts of modern technology for granted, particularly in the loo. Understandably too, it is difficult to think of staples like toilet rolls as a business opportunity. But Lee See Jin did.


The mess inside his head

BEFORE I start this review, I have a confession to make. I struggled to finish the book, and towards the end, I was flipping through most of it. Let me explain.


Vividly imagined fantasy world

Robert Jordan has once again hit the bestsellers lists with his latest instalment of I>The Wheel of Time/ISeries. MICHAEL CHEANG tells us what all the fuss is about.


Governments urge Indons to intervene in Asia Pulp & Paper Co.

Eleven countries have urged Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri to intervene in a dispute over a multibillion debt restructuring for Asia Pulp Paper Co., one of Indonesia's largest companies.