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SINGAPORE: New York Life Insurance Co. has agreed to acquire a business from Cigna Corp. that sells non-medical insurance products to employers in a transaction worth north of $6 billion, the Financial Times reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
SINGAPORE: Grab Holdings Inc. and gaming company Razer Inc. will need to demonstrate how their millions of users can help them generate profits if the two technology firms are to win one of Singapore’s coveted virtual banking licenses.
KUALA LUMPUR: Hong Leong Bank and Public Bank underpinned the FBM KLCI's advance at midday on Wednesday amid firmer key Asian markets while the ringgit climbed against the US dollar and pound sterling
SIBU: The 300-odd folks of two longhouses in Igan can now travel with ease, as the Sessions Court on Wednesday (Dec 18) ordered the cement blockade set up at one of two access roads to their longhouses be temporarily lifted.
Another Google employee added her name to a list of workers who say they were fired for legally advocating for labour rights inside the company.
SUNGAI PETANI: Police have arrested a 30-year-old man for assaulting a man with a parang at Taman Keladi on Tuesday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Wellington Hurricanes' John Plumtree is expected to be named as an assistant to newly appointed All Blacks head coach Ian Foster on Thursday after the Super Rugby team called a media conference to discuss their coaching situation.
TOKYO: Japan's exports slipped for a 12th straight month in November, as declining shipments to the United States and China hit the trade-reliant economy, raising the risk of a fourth-quarter contraction.
JAKARTA (ANN): Indonesian citizens will be required to pay a higher fee when applying for a Schengen visa starting Feb 2,2020.
Shortly after being named Amazon.com Inc’s global logistics chief in 2013, Dave Clark held a conference call with his new reports. During the meet-and-greet, according to a person on the call, Clark described his early-career habit of lurking in the shadows of Amazon warehouses and scoping out slackers he could fire, which earned him the nickname The Sniper.