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NEW YORK: The Dow ended above 29,000 for the first time on Wednesday and the S&P 500 also closed at a record high after the United States and China signed a Phase 1 trade agreement and pledged to resolve a tariff dispute that has roiled Wall Street for over a year.
PETALING JAYA: The cloud computing market in Malaysia, which is estimated to be around US$900mil this year and growing, needs comprehensive policies and liberalised regulations to elevate its adoption moving forward.
ENTREPRENEURS often say that passion and grit are needed to see a venture through. And if there is one thing that the winners of The Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) 2019 have shown, it is that perseverance is indeed often well rewarded.
London: Amanat Holdings PJSC, the Dubai-based investment firm, is considering acquiring a stake in Middle Eastern hospital operator VPS Healthcare Group.
SUBANG JAYA: Sunway Traditional and Complimentary Medicine Centre (Sunway TCM), a unit of Sunway Group Healthcare Services, is expected to generate about RM200,000 a month in revenue this year on the back of growing demand for its services.
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks ended higher on Wednesday, but the day's uneven path showed investors' sensitivity to any signs of turmoil in the Middle East, with stocks rising on comments by President Donald Trump and paring gains on reports of blasts in Baghdad.
U.S. insurers and providers spent more than $800 billion in 2017 on administration, or nearly $2,500 per person - more than four times the per-capita administrative costs in Canada's single-payer system, a new study finds.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd has publicly reprimanded Sunzen Biotech Bhd and two of its executive directors for breaching ACE Market listing requirements.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd has publicly reprimanded Sunzen Biotech Bhd and two of its executive directors for breaching ACE Market Listing Requirements.
GROWING up in Chad’s capital N’Djamena, Youssouf Ali Mbodou would take his books into the streets at night to study during power cuts which were frequent and lasted for weeks.