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Firms urged to think long term

Many local firms are falling into the #8220;short-termism#8221; trap, with the attraction of immediate gains overshadowing long-term goals that create more sustainable wins, a management consultant said.


Understand the Asian way, NZ firms told

NEW Zealand companies have to spend more time to learn how Asian businesses are run.


China, India pursue different FDI strategies

FOREIGN direct investment (FDI) has certainly played a vital role in the economic progress of most developing countries in Asia.


Academic: Oil price may hit US$50

FACTORS that have led to soaring crude oil prices could push the price per barrel of oil well past US$50, said an academic.


Oil prices likely to be on uptrend

OIL prices are likely to continue to be on the uptrend at least in the medium term due to strong demand from rapidly developing countries like China and India, according to Harvard Business School senior associate dean director (Asia Pacific) Richard Vietor.


Protection of intellectual property crucial

Although Malaysian companies are aggressively venturing abroad, many have still not realised the importance of protecting and capitalising on their intellectual property.


Viztel chief sets a record of sorts

Starting a company and having it listed on Bursa Malaysia's Mesdaq is quite an achievement for many local entrepreneurs.


New management may strengthen TAP Resources ops

A NEW management line-up at TAP Resources Bhd may see the company move towards strengthening its construction, as well as renewable energy, operations, sources say.


Finding fulfilment after retirement

Much of the developed world is ageing. With increasing life expectations and decreasing birth rates, countries like Japan, Germany, Australia and Singapore, are experiencing a shift in population distribution in which the proportion of citizens who are no longer actively pursuing a career is large and increasing.


Morgan Stanley alumni push for spin-off

The group of former Morgan Stanley executives that has waged a six-week campaign to oust chief executive officer Philip Purcell changed tack, proposing that the world's largest securities firm spin off its investment bank under new leadership.