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Move to keep cream of the crop

THE Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) project in Penang will have a far-reaching economic impact, according to investPenang director Datuk Lee Kah Choon.


PDC building to go

THE Penang Development Corporation building will be demolished to make way for a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Prime project.


Motorola Solutions expands systems, workforce to focus on high-tech devices

MOTOROLA Solutions, which will be celebrating its 40th anniversary in the country next year, will focus on manufacturing the next generation of telecommunications devices at its plant in Bayan Lepas, Penang. This will require the plant to expand its embedded system and software engineering work force.


Software firm looking north

HTC Global Services Inc, a 500 Hall of Fame software services company headquartered in Michigan, USA, expects its business operations in Malaysia to increase by about 30% in 2012.


Sg Keluang to be restored

A TOTAL of 20,000 mudballs will be thrown into Sungai Keluang in Bayan Lepas on Sunday as part of the 'A Million Apologies to Mother Earth' programme.


PSC contest to design logo

THE Penang Science Council (PSC) is inviting the public to come up with a catchy logo and mascot for the council.


Penang on major science drive

Penang will set up a state science council this month to help it double the number of graduates in the field within the next decade.


Accelerating Penang to the next level of growth

GEORGE TOWN: To prepare Penang for the next wave of economic growth, the Penang Development Corp (PDC) is accelerating the infrastructure development of Bukit Minyak Science Park (BMSP), Batu Kawan on the mainland and the Bayan Mutiara project on the island.


Free WiFi at 26 hotspots in Penang

The public can now surf the Net at 26 hotspots in Penang for free under the state's Wireless@Penang initiative.


Guan Eng slams Ali over ‘divorce’

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has hit out at his Malacca counterpart Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam for wanting a 'divorce' between the two heritage cities.