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In a state of indecision

Optimistically Cautious - By Errol Oh
Scrapping of Bina Darulaman EGM raises questions about governance and transparency.

Governance revamp for financial sector

Optimistically Cautious - By Errol Oh
Bank Negara proposes improved corporate governance framework.

Open letter to Donald J. Trump

You can’t make a Cabinet without breaking moulds

Do we really need enforcement?

IT appears that the Government knows something about the psychology of wrongdoing that we don’t.

CEOs should have the write stuff

LETTER writing is often regarded as a lost art. But that’s not an issue with corporate Malaysia. For how can you lose what you never had?

Let’s hear the full levy story

Optimistically Cautious - By Errol Oh
Management of foreign workers is complex. Raising the rates is just one facet.

The tiny but mighty shareholder

WHO says minority shareholders are a helpless lot? How can that be true when a person with a minuscule number of shares in a listed company became the only one to nominate the new external auditors for the company? And he didn’t even have to explain why he did so.

School grades don’t matter much?

Accounting firms PwC and EY start a trend in recruitment to help business and society

The risky spell of alphabet soup

The world bank includes Malaysia in MIMT, a group of tier-2 emerging economies.... Is that a good thing?

Peculiar stories for a peculiar year

Optimistically Cautious - By Errol Oh
Corporate Malaysia continues to produce baffling episodes and painful lessons.