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Grooming dedicated managers

The international corporate world is agonising over issues of governance and ethical behaviour just as the Abdullah Badawi administration is making corruption a priority agenda for the Malaysian nation. From time to time, once powerful organisations like Enron and WorldCom hog the limelight as pariahs of corporate malfeasance.

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Fiat appoints turnaround expert as new chief exec

Fiat on Tuesday chose turnaround expert Sergio Marchionne to be its new chief executive, the latest move in a shake-up of the struggling vehicle maker's top management after the death of chairman Umberto Agnelli and the resignation of the previous CEO last week.

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Google sets lofty do-gooder role

Google Inc, not content with successfully making the Internet a more useful information hub, has set an even loftier goal for itself: to create a foundation to tackle #8220;the largest problems of the world#8221;.

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Key factors for good corporates

Survey says that corp[orations in Asia Pacific that are doing social work just to get on the good side of the government and opinion leaders are misguided - not only morally, it seems, but also in terms of business strategy.

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Time to remit foreign income back home?

AGAINST the backdrop of the ever growing local industries as well as the importance of domestic investments being a new catalyst to the Malaysian economy, the national Budget 2004 has been announced.

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Fine styles of the modern and traditional

By Dr TARCISIUS CHIN.

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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.

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Corporate social responsibility crucial

CORPORATE social responsibility is important in checking any undesirable practices in the management of companies, according to a visiting professor from the Nottingham University.

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Chairman expects satisfactory 2003 showing from Star group

STAR Publications (M) Bhd chairman Yong Ming Sang said he expected the group to perform satisfactorily in the current financial year to Dec 31, if the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak was contained and newsprint prices remained stable.

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Re-examine need for FIC, MICCI urges government

MALAYSIAN International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Micci) has proposed to the government to re-examine the existence of the Foreign Investment Committee (FIC) as it seems to have outlived its role as the guardian of national interest.