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Islamist attacks, migrant crisis make Germans anxious

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germans have become far more fearful in the last year, with a possible terrorist attack, political extremism and the social effects of Europe's migrant crisis topping their list of worries, a survey showed on Tuesday.

Study shows Malaysians not updating work profiles

THE world’s largest professional network, LinkedIn has released a new study, Your Story @Work, revealing that while 80% of Malaysian recruiters feel it is important to communicate achievements online, only 35% of professionals do it.

European travel agents defy Internet threat

The doomsayers were 100% certain that the Internet would be the death of travel agents.

Connecting phones in vehicles top concern for US owners: study

New vehicles may run dependably, but the fiddly business of connecting a mobile phone and giving voice commands to cars continue to bother US drivers in the first three years of ownership, according to a survey.

China on track to top medals table at Rio Games - study

SYDNEY (Reuters) - China is on track to return to the top of the medals table at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics next year ahead of the United States and Russia, according to a benchmark study released by the Australian Olympic Committee on Wednesday.

To help the poor lets liberalise

Malaysia leapt from 74th position last year to 58th this year in a global economic ranking.

AirAsia is top Malaysian brand in Asia’s Top 1000 Brands survey

KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia is the highest ranked Malaysian brand in the 2015 Asia’s Top 1000 Brands survey done by Campaign Asia-Pacific and Nielsen. (Read the full story to learn the other Malaysian brands that are seen as the best in Asia-Pacific.)

Anti-Semitic attacks surged worldwide in 2014 - annual survey

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Anti-Semitic attacks surged worldwide in 2014, with the highest number of incidents occurring in France, according to an annual study published in Israel on Wednesday.

User mistakes aid most cyberattacks, Verizon and Symantec studies show

When a cybersecurity breach hits the news, those most closely involved often have incentive to play up the sophistication of the attack.

Hollywood is still an all-boy’s club, says study

While actresses are able to command audiences and win awards, the story of female creatives in Hollywood is still very much about male domination.