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GENEVA: The race to feed the world’s growing vegetarian population is heating up as Nestle SA unveiled plans to introduce its soy-protein-based burgers across Europe and the U.S. this year.
MAYBANK IB Research is “neutral” on Sunway Bhd’s acquisition of Blacktop Industries Sdn Bhd (BISB), as it is awaiting further information on production capacity and utilisation rate from the management.
KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research remains positive on Cypark Resources as it expects stronger earnings due to the commissioning of the large scale solar photovoltaic (LSS 2) and waste-to-energy (WTE) plant.
SEOUL: Women-only taxis equipped with child car seats and taxis unable to refuse passengers based on their destinations will begin running in Seoul as early as this month, the Seoul city government said.
TYSONS, Va. (Reuters) - Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg took his case against President Donald Trump for a test run on Friday, as the possible 2020 presidential candidate told Democratic business leaders that his fellow New York billionaire was "flunking."
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has recognised its sporting stars in the Queen's New Year's honours list with a knighthood for cricketer Alastair Cook, and awards for Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas, England soccer boss Gareth Southgate and his captain Harry Kane.
PERTH (Reuters) - On the brink of victory, Australia rediscovered a hard-edged approach on day four of the second test against India marked by verbal warring between captain Tim Paine and India counterpart Virat Kohli.
PERTH (Reuters) - Australia need five wickets in the second test to secure a series-levelling victory as India teetered in their daunting chase on a menacing pitch on Monday.
Alphabet's Waymo on Dec 5 launched a significant development in its costly, decade-long quest for autonomous transportation: self-driving taxis that actually generate fares.
As eSports begins to gain recognition locally as a competitive sport that merits the same prestige, sponsorship and prizes as traditional sports, are Malaysian athletes willing to stay or will they find their fortunes abroad?