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ePaper deal for telco's customers

TIME dotCom Bhd, Malaysia’s only 100% fibre optic telecommunications provider, has teamed up with Star Publications (Malaysia) Bhd, to deliver to its customers the best online rates for the electronic version of the country’s leading English daily newspaper.


Kamaludin Ahmad appointed CEO of Maybank Ageas (Updated)

KUALA LUMPUR: Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) group has appointed Kamaludin Ahmad as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Maybank Ageas Holdings Bhd.


Khairussaleh is RHB's new CEO

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Bank Bhd has appointed Datuk Khairussaleh Ramli as its new managing director, as well as the new deputy group managing director of the RHB Banking Group effective Friday.


Small steps to Mars are a big leap for Indian companies

NEW DELHI: Indian companies that built most of the parts for the country's recently launched Mars mission are using their low-cost, high-tech expertise in frugal space engineering to compete for global aerospace, defence and nuclear contracts worth billions.


Sirim plans to expand renewable energy technology

KUDAT: Sirim Bhd plans to expand its renewable energy technology to the level of large-scale commercialisation through the development of the first solar and wind hybrid farm in the country, as well as in Asia.


Up Close & Personal with J. Hunter Farris, chairman of ExxonMobil Subsidiaries, Malaysia

J. HUNTER Farris loves extreme sports. Admitting that he never leaned towards traditional American sports when he was younger, the chairman of ExxonMobil Subsidiaries, Malaysia says he prefers sporting activity with an element of balance.


An extinguisher meant to be thrown at flames

ALTHOUGH active fire fighting systems, including the ubiquitous fire extinguisher, have been on the market since they were invented, fire-extinguishing “grenades” are something of a novelty on the local market.


Quality education to sustain growth

HOMEMAKER Jean Lourdes (not her real name) had a tough time communicating with a young local sales attendant while looking for some organic vegetables in an upscale supermarket in the Klang Valley recently. It appeared the young sales attendant, who spoke minimum English, could not understand the term organic vegetables, and hence, directed Lourdes out of the upscale supermarket – which, in fact, did sell organic vegetables.


Ability to transport US oil, gas lags booming output

WASHINGTON: The energy boom of the last decade that has boosted oil and gas production in the United States has outpaced the development of critical infrastructure to transport the raw and refined materials, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said on Thursday.


Emphasis on creative sector growth to continue

PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak says the Government will continue to emphasise on the development of the creative industry which can potentially contribute to a higher gross domestic product (GDP) going forward.