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MAKASSAR, South Sulawesi (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Police arrested a 35-year-old man identified only as MH after he threatened to blow up a McDonald's restaurant on Jl. AP Pettarani in Panakkukang district, Makassar, South Sulawesi.
Jeff Bezos added US$13bil (RM55.41bil) to his net worth on Monday, the largest single-day jump for an individual since the Bloomberg Billionaires Index was created in 2012.
Kota Kemuning residents are urging Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) to fulfil all traffic solutions and infrastructure proposed by the city council during a town hall meeting held in January 2016.
NEW YORK, July 28 (Xinhua) -- Wall Street's major indexes dropped on Tuesday, as investors digested a slew of disappointing earnings reports and eyed the debate over a U.S. COVID-19 relief package.
KUANTAN: The Kuantan Municipal Council (MPK) will limit entry to the popular Teluk Cempedak beach due to concerns of overcrowding during the Covid-19 recovery movement control order (MCO).
SYDNEY: Before the pandemic, Levi Fedley would bike to one of Melbourne’s famous laneway cafes, sit down with the perfect cup of coffee and watch the world go by.
PETALING JAYA: As businesses scramble to remain relevant in the digital transformation wave, industry leaders have advised companies to approach technology adoption in a holistic manner.
Chinese game engine creator Cocos is the fast-food equivalent of Unreal Engine, powering hit mobile titles
Xiamen-based Cocos is the game engine that helped create nearly half of all mobile games in China in 2018. Unlike its competitors known for complex 3D games, Cocos founder Zhe Wang says he aims to offer the simplest and most budget-friendly game engine.
Trump targeted both WeChat and TikTok with US bans – why then did it seem Tencent was getting an easier ride?
HONG KONG, Sept 19 (SCMP): Some analysts say the difference in approach to TikTok and WeChat by the Trump administration reflects their relative power in the US
McDonald's Malaysia said it's considering legal action against a Twitter user and netizens who shared the viral post which it has labelled 'false claims about our food'.