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Cooking up a frenzy in the UK

UK-based Malaysian chef Norman Musa intensifies his mission of promoting our food in Europe.


Nightspot focuses on stripping away complexity in food

THERE is something intrinsically liberating when it comes to stripping things away.


Homes in KL South, anybody?

Transit home. That’s one way to view acquiring real estate at the fringe of the Klang Valley or neighbouring suburbs, if you are native to the capital city.


Sysco to buy US Foods from private equity for US$3.5bil

NEW YORK: Sysco Corp will buy US Foods Inc for about $3.5 billion from its private equity owners in a deal that will combine the top two U.S. food distributors and create a company commanding at least a quarter of the $235 billion North American market.


Asia Herbal Biotech brings together ancient herb and modern technology

MULTI-level marketing (MLM) or direct selling has been established in Malaysia for more than 30 years, making it a mature industry with a flourishing pool of talent to propel its success.


Development built around 'multigenerational living' takes shape

The rising number of the elderly is giving rise to a property development catering to the Asian style of multi-generational living.


Wall Street gadfly Warren stands good chance of Senate banking seat

WASHINGTON: The chances are good, but not guaranteed, that Elizabeth Warren will secure a highly coveted seat on the Senate Banking Committee, a move that would dramatically elevate her campaign against Wall Street excess.


Dream teams are just a dream

See what is Roshan Thiran’s recipe for creating an organisation that is real and resilient.


Amphil to start sale of high-end Rimbun condos

PETALING JAYA: P. K. Poh, the chief executive officer and director of relatively new boutique developer Amphil Corp Sdn Bhd, is a perfectionist.


US Govt sues to block AT&T, T-Mobile merger

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Department of Justice filed suit Wednesday to block ATT's $39 billion deal to buy T-Mobile USA on grounds that it would raise prices for consumers.