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Property Talk with S.C. Cheah.
WE ALL want to live a life we love. Why then do so few people get to experience just that?
There are more ways to earn your keep these days, as opportunities open in various fields in line with Malaysia's economic development. One is self-employment, also known as freelancing, which is now affording viable alternatives to those who want to stay challenged professionally but still have time to be involved in other pursuits. K. S. USHA DEVI writes.
AMINVEST, the country's third largest fund manager in terms of fund size, is gearing towards becoming a premier investment solutions provider in the country, chief executive officer Datin Maznah Mahbob said.
THE producer of a Malaysian sugarless drink called Peace Cola, targets to sell 1.5 million cans by the end of this month.
Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he examines wheather there is over building.
UNLIKE their northern brethren in Pyongyang, South Koreans in Seoul seem to sleep far better at night. Although the North Koreans are just 70km away, and seem to be on a collision course with the US, South Koreans are not unduly worried about waking up to find North Korean troopers and tanks on the streets.
GREAT Eastern Life Assurance (M) Bhd (Great Eastern) hopes to achieve RM100mil sales from its new product, Great Junior Advantage, by the end of the year, chief executive officer Alex Foong said.
Surveys show companies that practise good corporate social responsibility (CSR) benefit significantly in terms of better financial performance, lower staff turnover, enhanced brand image, and a competitive advantage over their rivals.