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Iwao Tomita, one of Japan's top accountants, talks about corporate reforms that would benefit businesses.
The Louis Vuitton woman will stroll through spring garbed as either screen siren circa 1950s or a latterday Cleopatra, reports KEE HUA CHEE who sneaked into the media presentation for the Hong Kong and China press in Hong Kong recently.
Sunday markets are offering aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to test their business skills without the burden of high overheads and a huge capital, reports IVY SOON.
Close to 30 years of music from Datuk Shake gives you one impression ... a heady pop survivor. JASON CHEAH speaks to the venerable musical Datuk from Johor who lived in France and now in the United States.
An Israeli tourist, accused of killing his wife, chopping up her body and dumping it into a canal here was formally charged with murder by Thai prosecutors yesterday.
What would you do in the face of a moral dilemma? Would you always do the right thing or choose the more profitable option? I>Reader's Digest/Irecently tried to find out just how honest Asians are in general, ALLAN KOAY reports.