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E-security scholarships

EC-Council Academy Malaysia recently presented its inaugural 'Tan Sri Dato' Dr Hj Yahaya Ibrahim' scholarship for e-Business and IT Security programmes to four successful candidates.


Put quality first, builders urged

Housing developers must stop cutting corners and build a reputation that will not only earn them the recognition of local housebuyers but that of potential clients abroad as well.


Four receive scholarships from academy

EC-Council Academy Malaysia, the principal provider of EC-Council programmes in the Asia-Pacific region, recently presented its inaugural Tan Sri Datuk Dr Yahaya Ibrahim scholarship for e-Business and IT Security programmes to four successful candidates.


News in brief

News briefs on: Tenaga, Berjaya Sports, Ramunia, Ni Hsin, Tricubes, Bousted, Setagap, CC and Chin Well.


Boustead calls EGM to remove Amin Shah from PSCI

THE battle for control of PSC Industries Bhd (PSCI) resumed yesterday when Boustead Holdings served a special notice on the naval shipbuilding group to hold an EGM at which Boustead, now the single largest shareholder, can expect to prevail.


Greed and graft in dockyard scandal

Greed, corruption and mismanagement caused the failure of PSC-Naval Dockyard Sdn Bhd to build six offshore patrol vessels (OPV) for the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) under a RM5.4bil contract.



Lee Kar Yean writes on PSC Industries, Ramunia Holdings and Measat Global.


News in brief

News briefs on: Antah, Symphony, Bousted,, Ajinomoto and Esso Malaysia.


Boustead ups stake in PSCI to 32.72%

BOUSTEAD Holdings Bhd has increased its equity interest in PSC Industries Bhd (PSCI) to 32.72%, just shy of the 33% threshold that would require the conglomerate to make a general offer for the rest of the PSCI shares it does not already own.


Institutions fail to oust Amin Shah

TAN Sri Amin Shah Omar Shah was re-elected a director of PSC Industries Bhd (PSCI) at its AGM yesterday after major shareholders were denied entry into the meeting room.