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Entropia takes pride in integrating its operations

PETALING JAYA: Local agency Entropia, which is fast gaining prominence in the ad industry, has its ecosystem, operating model and talents to be thankful for.


Entrepreneur Devt Ministry says 15 firms ready to list on Bursa

KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Entrepreneur Development (MED) has identified 15 companies with the potential to be listed on Bursa Malaysia.


Life on Milken’s edges: After-parties, yoga at dawn

NEW YORK: Ivanka and Jared. Sun King splendour and SoCal chic. Soft breezes – and hard numbers. Yes, this must be Milken Fest.


Bringing mixed martial arts to the Olympics

LAST week, we showed the world how ONE Championship really does have the power to shape culture, inspire nations and change the world.


Top US court rebuffs challenge to Nike over Michael Jordan photo

WASHINGTON: The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider reviving a copyright case in which Nike Inc was accused of unauthorized use of photographer Jacobus Rentmeester's famous 1984 photograph of basketball superstar Michael Jordan soaring through the air.

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Asia’s upcoming unicorn

THERE’S a new Asian unicorn in town.


Malaysia to grab halal market share at Tokyo Olympics 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia targets to secure a portion of the US$300 million (US$1= RM4.12) halal market during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, especially in the food and beverage (F and B) sector.

Stock on the Move

Lay Hong shares rise as production begins at new plant

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of Lay Hong Bhd opened higher on Wednesday after the opening of its new food manufacturing plant in Pulau Indah.

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NH Foods aims to export products from Pulau Indah plant in 2H2019

KUALA LUMPUR: Japan’s NH Foods Ltd aims to export halal frozen food manufactured by its state-of-the-art plant in Pulau Indah, Selangor, in the second half of 2019.


To boost 5G, keep the industry free

EUROPE and Asia are poised to surge past the US when it comes to mobile Internet innovation. At a White House summit yesterday on next-generation mobile broadband, or “5G,” industry luminaries and government leaders gathered to discuss how America can retain its dominance in this vital economic arena.