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The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak has officially reached Western shores.
IT is a calm and cool morning in Bali after three days of continuous rain. Sitting on the terrace facing the swimming pool and the ocean with a cigar in hand, one can easily forget that there is a world full of problems awaiting on the other side.
KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) is testing the implementation of a converged 5G core network which allows co-existence of non-standalone (NSA) (5G enabled on current 4G network) and standalone (SA) dedicated 5G network in Langkawi.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened slightly firmer against the US dollar today, as risk-on sentiment kicked in after US President Donald Trump said negotiations for a trade deal with China were in its "final throes".
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opens slightly lower against the US dollar today, tracking the weakening yuan after US President Donald Trump signed into law the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, as local traders continue to wear trade talk emotions on their sleeves.
NEW YORK: Each of Wall Street's three major averages kicked off the trading week with record closes on Monday as signs pointed to progress between the United States and China on a trade truce, while a round of merger deals also helped buoy sentiment.
THE economy may be slowing and the retail industry is going through a rough patch, but Al-Ikhsan Sports Sdn Bhd believes this is as good a time as any for it to shine.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian companies must overcome the fear of failure and break free from bureaucratic structure in order to launch a successful product, says Dent Education co-founder and CEO Rajan Patel.
THE jury is still out on whether digitalisation will spell an early end for mainstream print media businesses. But what is clear, though, is that the digital age has fundamentally transformed how the new generation of consumers is accessing information and entertainment, including changes in the way people consume and engage with food, music, film and art.
Rivals would be wise to avoid backstabbing when vying for the same plum job, recruiters say