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Love of IT spawns firm with global ties

EXPLORING the wonders of technology when he was 18 set David Tann on his path to success.


Malaysia urged to expand Islamic Banking to Bosnia

Malaysia has been urged to expand its Islamic banking to Bosnia and Herzegovina due to the rising interest in such products and services, according to the countrys first Islamic bank noshade size=1 width=50%>


TAR college alumni holds business forum

The Tunku Abdul Rahman College School of Business Studies Alumni Association will organise an economic forum titled I>Relooking at Our Rice Bowl: Trends and Realities of the Malaysian Economy/Ion Oct 20.


The right attitude is Indayati formula for success

'You can achieve anything in life with the right attitude,' says Indayati Oetomo, a simple, soft-spoken lady who, despite being in her early 50s, truly does not look her age.


ICLIF forms partnership with Indian banking institute

The International Centre For Leadership In Finance (ICLIF) says the memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF) will enlarge its global footprint.


Don: Do away with subsidies

Malaysia needs to seriously consider dismantling its hefty fuel subsidy in stages to keep its budget deficit under control amid record high crude oil prices.


Emerging markets playing bigger role

Harvard's largest annual event in Asia, taking place from Aug 14 to 17 here, is expected to showcase the increasing role that emerging markets in the region are playing in the global economy.


Jomo: Consult the rest of the world on global crisis

THE rest of the world needs to be consulted on how to respond to the global economic and financial crisis, said United Nations (UN) assistant secretary-general for economic development, Dr K.S. Jomo.


Harvard still committed to education mission

Harvard University, the oldest tertiary institution in the United States, remains committed to its education mission despite the present global economic recession, says regional director of the office of international alumni affairs Kate Ryan.


The crimson goes green

Harvard celebrates its 358th graduation amidst a period of economic downturn.