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MoBif’s secret weapon in VoIP box

There was a laidback yet confident quality about Kevin Leong during the entire I>StarBiz/Iinterview at the Eastin Hotel coffee house as he explained how his company's latest innovation - a voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) box - would drive earnings higher by at least threefold.


Alcatel expects good response to software

FRENCH network equipment maker Alcatel expects strong response in Asia to itsIOmniTouch Unified Communication/Isoftware suite designed to optimise business communications by enabling tools and applications to work together seamlessly, Alcatel Enterprise Solutions Division business development director Patrick Thorel said.


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IRB stepping up checks on companies

PHONE calls from panicky clients of accounting firm Ernst Young (EY) to its tax department are becoming more common these days.


China denies approving BAT cigarette factory

The Chinese government tobacco monopoly on Thursday denied a statement by British American Tobacco PLC that the company has received permission to build China's first foreign cigarette factory.


EON uses SMS to enhance customer service

Edaran Otomobil Nasional Bhd is the first automobile distributor to adopt an alert system for its customers to remind them on service appointments, completion of car service and their next service due date via short message service (SMS).


Sea cable telecom deal with Indons

Publicly listed telecommunications company PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia and Telekom Malaysia Bhd signed on Friday an agreement on an US$8.7mil submarine cable system project.


Petronas plans to sell 25% stake in Twin Towers owner

PETROLIAM Nasional Bhd plans to sell shares in a subsidiary that owns the Petronas Twin Towers, raising as much as RM700mil, according to people familiar with the situation.


Battle lines drawn at MPlant

THE game is not over yet for Tan Sri Lim Yan Hai and Tan Sri Amin Shah Omar Shah, the chairman and non-executive director respectively of Malaysian Plantations Bhd (MPlant) whom three substantial shareholders are trying to oust in a fierce boardroom tussle.


Survey: Mainland Chinese buying more policies

Chinese consumers are looking to purchase more insurance policies to protect their families, prepare for retirement or cover possible medical expenses, according to a survey by Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB).