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Oil prices likely to be on uptrend

OIL prices are likely to continue to be on the uptrend at least in the medium term due to strong demand from rapidly developing countries like China and India, according to Harvard Business School senior associate dean director (Asia Pacific) Richard Vietor.

Beijing ad congress to focus on ROI

THE International Advertising Association (IAA) World Congress, to be held in Beijing from Sept 7 to 10, will focus on return on investment (ROI) and measurement, IAA Malaysia chapter vice-president Tay Ai Leen said.

Bosses: Vital to get the right people

Chief executive officers (CEOs) and corporate heads of established companies agree that there is a need to attract the right kind of talents befitting their corporate culture to sustain high performance.

TAMS to hold budget seminar

TAX Advisory and Management Services Sdn Bhd (TAMS) will hold its 22nd annual seminar on the budget in Johor Baru, Kuala Lumpur and Georgetown between Sept 15 and Sept 17.

Tools to help firms go forward in business

AS an organisation evolves from a traditional, product-focused enterprise to a customer-driven one, it will need to come up with solutions and better approaches to push forward the business.

Microsoft vice-president on challenges for MSC

MALAYSIA#146;S Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) is a highly successful outfit that other countries, especially the emerging ones can follow, said Microsoft Corp corporate vice-president (mobile and embedded services division) Ya-Qin Zhang.

P.I.E. sees 30% revenue rise

P.I.E. Industrial Bhd expects some 30% rise in revenue for the 2004 fiscal year ending in December, thanks to recently secured orders for telecommunications, industrial, and consumer electronic products from new multinational corporation customers, group managing director Alvin Mui told I>StarBiz/I>.

Panasonic sees sales hitting RM1bil mark

PANASONIC Malaysia Sdn Bhd expects sales for the current year ending March 31, 2005, to exceed RM1bil, compared with RM970mil in 2004, said managing director Jiro Tomotani.

Swiss firm favours Malaysia over China

The total cost of doing business in Malaysia is much more attractive than that in China and many other regional hubs, says a Swiss businessman, whose company, Escatec Sdn Bhd, has been headquartered in Penang since 1993.

Understanding your unorthodox workmates

Weirdos in the Workplace reviewed by Khoo Kheng-Hor.