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KUALA LUMPUR: Ogilvy has partnered with Ipsos to understand ‘The Not So Secret Lives of Malaysian Gen Z’ through a new study. This is the third part in a series of thought leadership piece, by Ogilvy, following The Secret Lives of Malaysian Millennials (2017) and The Secret Lives of Malaysian Millennial Moms (2018).
SINGAPORE: Singapore instructed Facebook on Friday to publish a correction on a user's social media post under a new "fake news" law, raising fresh questions about how the company will adhere to government requests to regulate content.
THE term “deep state” is new to many. However, one thing is becoming clear – it is a tool that politicians are increasingly using as an excuse to camouflage their short-comings
WHEN Proton Holdings Bhd unveiled its revamped tiger head logo a couple of months back to announce that the company had been “uncaged, ” it wasn’t joking.
IT may have been Google’s most-searched diet term last year, but the keto diet was far from mainstream when Kelantanese Adda Uwais adopted the eating plan in 2010.
WHEN Adda Uwais started documenting her weight loss journey on Instagram, she won an army of followers who admired her drive for results. Those loyal followers became her first clients when she established EatSlim Lifestyle, a brand that produces and distributes low-carb foods.
KUALA LUMPUR: The East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project will be unveiling its proposed realignment from Kota Bharu to Dungun during its Public Inspection exercise on Nov 25,2019, according to Malaysia Rail Link Sdn Bhd (MRL) in a statement on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: Despite the rapid growth of social media, traditional media remains a trusted and reliable advertising platform in the current digital age.
THE influx of cheap electrical items, spurred by the boom in e-commerce, is dampening the sales of manufacturers based in Malaysia.THE influx of cheap electrical items, spurred by the boom in e-commerce, is dampening the sales of manufacturers based in Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR: Given the ongoing threat of machines replacing human jobs, Malaysian companies should upgrade the soft skills of its employees to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) that embraces digitalisation and artificial intelligence.