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Founders inspired by novelty of pushcart stalls

HOT dogs have been a source of interest for husband-and-wife team Ahmad Zakir Jaafar and Tengku Rozidar Tengku Zainol Abidin, the founders of Nineteen O One Sdn Bhd, since they saw pushcarts selling hot dogs in the United States.

Broken by two gals

From Lost

Why five credits are required by colleges

From WONG JOU CHUEN of Seremban.

Gnawing suspicions

From Disappointed

Spice-seeking mission

TAN LEE KUEN reviews Ian Hemphill's I>Spice Travels - A Spice Merchant's Voyage of Discovery/I>.

Ex-coach tells Scud to skip clay season and focus on Wimbledon

A former coach of Mark Philippoussis has advised the shattered Australian tennis star to skip the European claycourt season and focus on Wimbledon.

Islamic view of management

B>T/B>HE Government's initiative of ridding society of corruption, inefficiency and poor service is a laudable effort. Though a daunting task, it would be unfair to suggest that efforts to streamline departmental productiveness are not producing results. Yet complaints and commentaries give the impression that much is left to be desired, writes Dr ISMAIL NOOR.

Choon Eng-Chong Ming makes it to Athens

Shuttler Chew Choon Eng is thankful to his partner, Chan Chong Ming, for making an Olympic dream come true. And now he is fired up to produce good performances in the Thomas Cup Finals, which begins on Friday in Jakarta.

Minding their own business

Any enterprise, no matter how small, has its rewards. It may begin humbly as a part-time, home-run concern with little or no capital. But, as they say, great oaks from little acorns grow. Three small-time entrepreneurs reveal how they turned idle days into productive ones.

Seeking enlightened leaders

The desire for greatness is inherent in every individual. However, not all of us are fully aware of its power.