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No more cost for TNB after UBS settlement

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) does not expect to incur more than what has been accounted for after a dispute with Swiss investment bank UBS AG was settled out of court, said the company#039;s chairman Datuk Awang Adek Hussain.


Good time to snap up properties at auctions

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. In this article he says this is a good time to buy properties.


WTO rules US tariffs on steel are illegal

US import tariffs on steel products imposed in the spring of 2002 were deemed illegal Friday by the World Trade Organisation, raising the likelihood that the European Union and others will retaliate with sanctions on American exports.


LG hopes to complete restructuring scheme next month

LAND amp; General Bhd expects to complete its restructuring scheme next month, a crucial step in getting itself back on a sound financial footing.


Some laws still unfair to women

Laws are a reflection of prevailing attitudes in any society. Thus it is essential to review them to determine whether they still reflect current attitudes or have fallen far behind changing trends.


Chinese in US see more jobs at home

When Michael Lee left China in 1986 to pursue an education in the United States, he was swapping a land of poverty for a land of plenty. Today, he is far from sure that's still the case.


CEO of American Airlines ousted, but it still faces bankruptcy

American Airlines has ousted its chief executive Don Carty after employees rebelled over his failure to disclose executive bonuses and pensions, but sources said the world#8217;s largest airline may still file for bankruptcy within days.


Understanding the difference in Islamic and conventional products

THE only difference in executing an Islamic versus a conventional product is the way the agreement is executed, the rest is status quo.


Benefits of buying at auction fair

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah


Property, construction sectors to gain from stimulus

MEASURES to be announced by the government in the much-awaited stimulus package to bolster the economy from the ill effects of the Iraq war will be a shot in the arm for the property and construction sectors, according to Economic Planning Unit macroeconomics and evaluation senior director Datuk Dr Victor Wee.