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SINGAPORE: A new billionaire woman could emerge from what may turn out to be one of Asia’s biggest divorce settlements.
US Senator Elizabeth Warren is drafting a bill that would call on regulators to retroactively review about two decades of "mega mergers” and ban such deals going forward.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will formally unveil the agenda of his weakened minority government on Thursday and looks set to reach out to the opposition for support on tax cuts, healthcare and fighting climate change.
SINGAPORE (ANN): An Asia-wide genome mapping project has discovered at least 10 ancestral lineages within Asia, revealing a large genetic diversity that far exceeds other areas such as northern Europe, which only has a single ancestral lineage that traces back to one common ancestor.
SINGAPORE (ANN): In the hope of promoting inter-disciplinary research in technology law, the National University of Singapore (NUS) has opened a research centre for legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and data analytics.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - What is bribery? The question was robustly debated by legal experts on Wednesday during a congressional hearing in the impeachment inquiry of U.S. President Donald Trump.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Indonesia is preparing to spend about US$40bil to extend Jakarta's metro network, a bigger-than-expected outlay that's poised to boost the country's construction companies and reignite a rivalry between China and Japan over building the project.
Victor Chin’s Fixing Memories exhibition shows how old Malaysia is disappearing under the wrecking ball of modernisation
DON’T judge a book by its cover is applicable in many occasions, as appearances are not always as what they seem to be. A successful person may not have been born with a silver spoon in his mouth or have had extra privileges to start out with. Some made it with sheer determination, grit and of course, a strong educational foundation that set the tone for future success. Such is the journey to success for Happy Lee Yan Lung.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The framers of the 232-year-old U.S. Constitution played a central role in Wednesday's impeachment hearing as constitutional law professors outlined the case for, and against, ousting Republican President Donald Trump.