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How quickly interest dies

When Felcra turns fickle, the KFM turnaround story stalls.

Hope lies in productivity and inclusive growth

OECD report on Malaysia gets little publicity. Are we not interested?

Getting private businesses to open up

The new Companies Act encourages all companies to report far more than just their numbers

Waxing lyrical about business

WHEN the Swedish Academy last month awarded Bob Dylan the Nobel Prize in Literature for 2016 for “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition”, it became a decision that launched a thousand articles (yes, including this one).

To fight poverty, attack inequality

New World Bank report offers ways for leaders to end the suffering of the poor

It’s not mystery meat. It’s Dufu

Optimistically Cautious - By Errol Oh
The SC’s enforcement action against technology company raises a menu of questions.

A yen for solid, responsible information

In the Yen Global case, IoT can also mean the Insidiousness of Touting

Errant executive or boardroom battle?

IT’S not too much of a stretch to visualise Bursa Malaysia as a weary dentist – one who gingerly but firmly grapples with yet another protesting patient to extract a tooth that needs to come out.

Notes on the new US President

Optimistically Cautious - By Errol Oh
The Olympics are over, but the big race is still far from the finish line.

Should Bursa go the Pokemon way?

It’s still a rough idea, but here’s how a global phenomenon can inspire our stock exchange.