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Out of the mouth of teens

Morgan Stanley report by a schoolboy is creating a buzz around the world about how youngsters use media.

Let the good things flow

Errol Oh feels that plantation industry shouldfocus on raising 'green' palm oil production, notsales.

Mad about Madoff

The fraudster's sentencing will certainly send signals. Will the message be good or bad?

Presents for the corporate dad

Father's Day ideas for CEOs of listed companies.

This is no standard delay

MAS hiccup over quarterly results should be a wake-up call for corporate Malaysia

Getting a grip on oil palm issues

THIS month didn't start well for the plantation industry. Over the first two days, British newspaper i>The Independent/iran several hard-hitting articles, anchored by a front-page editorial on May 1, that blamed the expansion of oil palm area in Malaysia and Indonesia for ills caused by deforestation.

Looking at the bigger picture

OPTIMISTICALLY CAUTIOUS BY ERROL OH

A kick-start from the top

A decade has gone by since the Government issued itsiReport on Corporate Governance./iIt was a watershed development that rose from the ashes of the Asian financial crisis, reflecting the sobering fact that a key element in regaining investor confidence in Malaysia was better corporate governance (CG) standards.

A cliche too late

Why wait until a crisis strikes before giving customers what they want?

Black eye over blacklist

Errol Oh laments that Malaysia did not act earlier to avoid the now-rescinded blacklisting by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development