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Eventful 2011 for Omnicom

AS 2011 draws to a close, media agency Omnicom Media Group (OMG) managing director Andreas Vogiatzakis reflects on what he believes has been one of the most challenging, yet promising times for the group.

Prudent and disciplined approach

A prudent and disciplined approach - that is how Yvonne Chia, Hong Leong Bank (HLB) group managing director and CEO, is guiding the merger process with EON Bank. In an interview with StarBizWeek's YAP LENG KUEN and TEE LIN SAY, she shares her views on the economy, the banking sector and merger priorities.

Pay TV industry loses record number of subscribers

NEW YORK: The weak economy is hitting Americans where they spend a lot of their free time: at the TV set.

Petronas teams up with 4 oil and gas firms

KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) has teamed up with four major oil and gas companies to train and develop local talent to serve the industry.

M&C Saatchi Asia has grown by leaps and bounds through clear focus

SINCE Chris Jaques became MC Saatchi International chief executive officer (Asia) three years ago, the regional focus of growth for this marketing communications group has been on Malaysia, Japan, China and India.

New GroupM/Mindshare chief keen on training and specialised services

IN many ways, coming to Malaysia to helm Mindshare, the country's leading media specialist company from mid-March feels like a dream for Girish Menon.

EON Bank CEO denies Kenanga move

PETALING JAYA: EON Bank Group chief executive officer Michael Lor has denied a news report that he is going to join KN Kenanga Holdings Bhd as its new chief executive officer.

Aid for banks to address staff pinching

PETALING JAYA: Banks that suffered from staff poaching in the industry will be better compensated starting this year so that they can reinvest in training.

US: Cash-hungry states add casinos, lure gamblers

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey: America's cash-starved states are increasingly being drawn to the lure of easy money in casinos - a bet that could ultimately hurt taxpayers if the supply of slot machines, poker tables and racetracks outpaces customers' demand.

Some thoughts on jobs at this time of crisis

SOME banking groups and brokerages would, by now, be in the thick of reviewing operations and drawing up cost cutting measures for sustainability of business.