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Love and leadership go hand in hand

Roshan Thiran works his magic on how love and leadership should go hand in hand.


Is there a cure for cold?

NEW YORK: The largest study of the popular herbal remedy echinacea finds it won't help you get better any sooner.


Herbal product makers need strong distribution network, says CEO

SERDANG: Herbal product manufacturers and distributors in Asia need to develop 'solid' product ranges and strong distribution networks to tap the global market, says INS Bioscience Bhd chief executive officer Datuk Yeat Sew Chuong.


Southwest-AirTran US$1.4bil deal means more options for some

NEW YORK: Southwest's decision to buy AirTran will mean more routes and fewer delays and cancellations in small cities but higher fares in the Northeast and perhaps the end of the super-low sale fare.


Want to save energy; paint your roof white

NEW YORK: Herb Van Gent points his infrared gun at a square of still unpainted gray shingle and clicks the trigger. He gets an immediate temperature reading: 143 degrees (62 degrees Celsius) and rising. Then he aims it 5 feet (1.5 meters) away to a square of roof I have just painted: 98 (37 degrees Celsius) and decreasing.


PepsiCo looks for new, zero-calories, natural sweeteners

NEW YORK: A race to develop natural, zero-calorie sweeteners is bubbling up in America's US$100 billion beverage industry.


Domino's Pizza profit more than doubles on new recipes

ANN ARBOR, Mich.: Revamped pizza and a frank advertising campaign helped Domino's Pizza Inc. more than double its fourth-quarter profit as curious customers tried out its new recipe, the delivery chain said Tuesday.


Toyota launches media campaign to boost reputation

LAKEWOOD, New Jersey: Toyota has launched a media campaign to bolster its reputation for quality as nervous customers confront dealers across the country about faulty gas pedal noshade size=-1 width=50%>


Domino's old pizza's crust tasted like cardboard - try the new one

CHICAGO: For a pizza joint, it's a bold move to tell customers your crust tasted like cardboard and your sauce was like ketchup.


Healthy sign for economic recovery, US companies spend on equipment

WASHINGTON: U.S. businesses are finally willing to spend more money on equipment, a healthy sign for the economic recovery.