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IJM CEO Krishnan Tan to step down

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Krishnan Tan will step down by year-end as IJM Corp Bhd chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director. However, he would be redesignated as executive deputy chairman effective Jan 1.


IJM's strategy for India

PETALING JAYA: IJM Corp Bhd's move to increase stakes in two India-based companies for RM93.4mil is part of its strategy of increasing investments in infrastructure assets in high-growth emerging markets, says chief executive officer and managing director Datuk Krishnan Tan (i>pic/i>).


IJM posts 21.1% rise in net profit

SUBANG: IJM Corp Bhd posted a 21.1% increase in net profit to RM90mil for its first quarter ended June 6, compared with RM70.8mil in the corresponding period last year. Revenue stood at RM986.1mil from RM1.16bil previously.

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Cobra aim to win 10s trophy with the help of two Kiwi coaches

PETALING JAYA: Combined Old Boys Rugby Association (Cobra) will look to New Zealanders again to help them win the 41st HSBC Cobra 10s tournament, which will be held at the MBPJ Stadium in Kelana Jaya here on Nov 13 and 14.


Lekas is now open

South-bound motorists have an alternative to travel on the Kajang-Seremban Highway, (Lekas) which is now open.


Jewel in the crown – tips for investing in India

There was an obvious buzz during HSBC Malaysia's recent 'Activate Asia: India in Focus' conference last Friday.


Much to take away from forum

THERE is much to take away from i>Activate Asia: India in Focus /i>forum, which include facts and figures on the Indian economy, covering key national and regional economic trends, new business growth areas and economic trends of key cities and states.


Poll: Most youth yearn to be millionaires before they are 35

PETALING JAYA: An online survey has revealed that 96% of today's youth aspire to become millionaires and three-quarters of them believe that they can by age 35.


One of Malaysia's richest men says M'sia can handle competition

IN a digital age, with commodities and wealth moving at the click of a mouse, it is brutal reality that if we cannot keep up, we will be left behind. But Malaysia's economy can handle brutal competition. How? With the right policies and not least, with urgency!


Malaysian construction firms in Dubai have minimum exposure

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian construction companies are not likely to be hit by the debt crisis affecting Dubai, said industry players. Dubai has been struggling to ease fears of a massive debt default after it moved to delay repayments at two flagship firms, which has shook confidence in the Middle East as a centre for investment.