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Ajinomoto accepts RM166mil compensation award for land

PETALING JAYA: Ajinomoto (M) Bhd has accepted the compensation award of RM165.99mil in cash by the Kuala Lumpur land administrator.

Breakfast briefing: Thursday, December 22

Breakfast briefing: Thursday, December 22

Transfer rules back in the spotlight after Diarra case

(Reuters) - Football's transfer system is back in focus over a clause in FIFA's regulations that the players' union said would not be accepted in any other profession and which a Belgian court suggested could contravene European labour law.

Record court award over military noise

Tokyo: A Japanese court awarded record compensation for thousands of residents near a US military base over aircraft noise, but rejected their demand to suspend flights at odd hours.

Barclays reprimands chief executive for trying to identify whistleblower

LONDON: British bank Barclays has reprimanded Chief Executive Jes Staley and will cut his bonus heavily after he tried to uncover the identity of an internal company whistleblower in a case being investigated on both sides of the Atlantic.

Italian court rules mobile phone caused tumour

In a potentially landmark case, an Italian court has ruled that excessive, work-related use of a mobile phone caused an executive to develop a benign brain tumour.

Govt may pay up to RM400m to compensate Ampang Park owners

PETALING JAYA: The government may be paying compensation of between RM300mil and RM400mil to acquire Ampang Park mall from strata shoplot owners in order to proceed with the second mass rapid transit (MRT) line, according to sources

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CEO’s stock award from Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is one of the largest ever

Lei Jun gets about $1.5 billion ahead of company’s listing in Hong Kong

Thai electronics firm compensates exploited workers in rare award

BANGKOK (Reuters): Burmese migrants who were illegally charged excessive recruitment fees to secure jobs at an electronics manufacturer in Thailand are being compensated in a rare award expected to spotlight a practice known to trap workers in modern slavery.