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UNILEVER, arguably one of the biggest multi-national consumer goods companies in the world, takes its corporate social responsibility (CSR) very seriously.
SHANGHAI: Global milk powder firms are scrutinising Chinese social media reports up to four times a day to gauge consumer reaction to a high-profile pricing probe and food safety scare that threaten their squeaky-clean image in the $14.5 billion (9.31 billion pounds) China market.
BEIJING: Kung Fu superstar Jackie Chan said that while the upcoming film Chinese Zodiac 2012 will be his last major action movie, citing his increasing age, he will still be packing punches in the world of philanthropy.
HONG KONG: Chinese budget carrier Spring Airlines has cancelled an offer of free tickets to Japan, bowing to pressure after bloggers slammed the company online and labelled it a traitor, in a sign of heightened nationalist sentiment amid a territorial dispute
SOPA and PIPA are two words that people across the globe love to hate.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian tablet computer and smartphone markets are set to grow exponentially by mid-2012, with tablet ownership projected to reach 75% of digital consumers from 18% currently, and smartphones rising to 89% from 48%, according to a study by market research firm Nielsen Malaysia.