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Retiring well financially

CONSUMERS will be watching their spending more following the recent petrol price hike, but Private Pension Administrator (PPA) chairman Datuk Zaiton Mohd Hassan says that no matter what the economic situation may be, it is important to continue setting aside savings for retirement.

Boosting insurance agents’ image

TO strengthen its brand to the next level, Prudential Assurance Malaysia Bhd (PAMB) has embarked on an ad campaign as part of its brand credo of Always Listening. Always Understanding that depicts the real lives and experiences of insurance agents.

Towards closing the talent gap

THE Association of Accredited Advertising Agents of Malaysia (4As) and 95% The Advertising Academy have been putting in more effort this year to reach out to students in order to boost the response to their Graduate Fellowship Programme (GFP).

Business as usual after polling Malaysians should close ranks and move forward

TOMORROW will be the first time I will be voting. I couldn’t do so in 2008 as I was covering the campaign and election day in Kedah but this time around, I will be queuing up early Sunday morning to exercise my constitutional right,

Celcom uses Olympic gold medallist as its brand ambassador

WHAT would be a great way to deliver an advertising message regarding a superfast mobile network? For Celcom Axiata Bhd, it is to bring in the fastest man alive.

Asiasons busy expanding portfolio

OUR Power Lunch session was hosted at a fusion restaurant called Ploy, with the managing directors of Asiasons Capital Ltd as our guests.

Nokia's Lumia sell-out no proof it is making inroads on iPhone and Galaxy

HELSINKI: It's too soon to bet that Nokia's on the road to recovery after its new Lumia smartphones were sold out in many stores across Europe and America, as retailers say supplies have been short ever since their launch.

New Best Buy CFO's goal is "transformation of decade"

NEW YORK: For former Williams-Sonoma finance chief Sharon McCollam, coming out of retirement to take the same job at struggling retailer Best Buy was not a tough decision.

What you did not know about the ad industry

IN the early years of independence, there were only a few professional advertising agencies operating in Kuala Lumpur. Among them were Cathay (later Ted Bates), Grant (later Bozell), Masters, Millington, Benson, Young, Fortune, MarkLin, Clover (Kenneth Ang) Concorde and Progress. Of course, the one local hero is Union 45.

Tesco launches virtual store at Gatwick Airport

LONDON: Tesco, the world's No. 3 retailer, launched an interactive virtual grocery store at Britain's Gatwick Airport on Tuesday to help holidaymakers shop for their return using their smartphones.