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Tougher times ahead for Khairy

He is so talked about, yet quite little is known about him. JOCELINE TAN has insights into the less seen side of Khairy Jamaluddin who is well on his way to becoming the next deputy Umno Youth chief.

Khazanah call warrants surge on uptrend in blue chips

KHAZANAH Nasional covered call-warrants surged on buying interest yesterday as investors sought a cheaper exposure to ride the current uptrend in key blue-chip stocks.

Wahid takes over at Telekom, ex-deputy CEO stays on board

Telekom Malaysia Bhd has announced that Datuk Abdul Wahid Omar has assumed his position as its new managing director and chief executive officer.

Azman Mokhtar gets first hand info on companies

IT'S been less than a month since he took up the post, but Azman Mokhtar, the new chief executive officer of Khazanah Nasional Bhd, is already busy making the rounds of companies in which the government investment agency has equity stakes.

It’s all up to Khairy now

Khairy Jamaluddin may or may not be the most powerful 28-year-old in the country but he was certainly the most talked about young person in Umno last week. He is under tremendous pressure to contest the No.2 post in the Youth wing, writes JOCELINE TAN.

Appreciating folklore and fables

BY ADIBAH AMIN

Malaysia Inc. two-way street

Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop last night spoke of the 'revolution' in government-linked companies and challaged the private sector to do the same. Below is an abridged version of his speech at the Kuala Lumpur Business Club dinner.

Khazanah to retire RM1bil bonds

KHAZANAH Nasional Bhd will retire a RM1bil five-year bond when it matures next week, a senior executive of the government investment agency said.

Telekom share price on the rise after news of new CEO

SHARES of Telekom Malaysia Bhd have been on the uptrend since the announcement three weeks ago of Datuk Abdul Wahid Omar's appointment as its new director and chief executive officer.

Ong: Non-bumiputras willing to return home

A reverse in brain drain is expected following the government's announcement that non-bumiputra candidates will be appointed to head government-linked agencies (GLCs) within the next few months.