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Samsung Electronics on course for record profit

SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it was on track to top market forecasts with a record quarterly profit thanks to a strong recovery in its flagship chip business, the world's largest.

Tots To Teens

Lighting up lives

A book that came into her life recently has our columnist waxing nostalgic and sharing what this column has sparked in her life.

Lifestyle

Lighting up lives

A book that cameinto her life recentlyhas our columnistwaxing nostalgic andsharing what thiscolumn has sparkedin her life.

Business

Hynix Thursday reported 4th-quarter net profit

SEOUL: Hynix Semiconductor Inc. said Thursday it recorded a net profit in the fourth quarter of 2009 after a record loss the year before as sales rose and prices for its mainstay computer memory chips increased.hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>

Lifestyle

Warming up to Scotch

A tour of the Chivas Brothers' whisky distilleries in Scotland's picturesque Speyside region takes visitors through the process of whisky making as it was done 600 years ago.

Nation

Elaine gets personal in role of grand-aunt Sybil Kathigasu

IPOH: Former Miss Malaysia-Universe Elaine Daly gets personal when playing World War Two heroine Sybil Kathigasu in a drama series because she is retracing the bravery of a loved one.

Lifestyle

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Lifestyle

To keep or drink?

A READER enquires about the shelf life of his stash. P. Ong has kept the following bottles upright on his shelf for many years and wants to know which ones he can continue to keep: a 30-year-old Jules Sabourin dry white wine, two 15-year-old bottles of Benedictine DOM liqueur, two 10-year-old bottles of Hennessy VSOP, a 22-year-old bottle of Wincarnis, and a two-year-old bottle each of St Joseph and Harvest Lane.

Business

Japan's chip maker gets emergency Govt help

TOKYO: Japanese chip maker Elpida Memory Inc. said Tuesday it will receive 30 billion yen ($313 million) in government emergency aid, set up to help struggling companies ride out the global slump.

Business

Rambus settles EU antitrust probe, avoids fines

BRUSSELS: Memory chip company Rambus Inc. said Friday that European Union antitrust regulators had provisionally agreed to drop a probe and any fines if the company reduced its royalty rates for DRAM patents.