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Republicans, Democrats far apart on deal

WASHINGTON: Republicans and Democrats in Congress are once again far apart on a government spending bill with just days to go before a partial shutdown.

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Asia firms' sentiment up to highest in 7 years, Malaysia positive

TOKYO: Business confidence among Asian companies rose in October-December to the highest in almost seven years due to robust consumption and global trade, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed. The index for Malaysia weakened to 64 from 75 as respondents expressed concern about consumer sentiment. A reading above 50 indicates a positive outlook.

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Storming around in Philadelphia

STORMY wasn’t cowed in the slightest. You see, Stormy was a proud cow and wanted to be away from the manger and so she made an amble for it.

Business

Facebook co-founder backs first Indian startup

SINGAPORE: Facebook Inc co-founder Eduardo Saverin (pic) is participating in a US$40mil investment in Mswipe Technologies, his first foray into the India startup market.

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Diary Malaysia Tuesday Oct 31

KUALA LUMPUR: ALL TIMES ARE PROVISIONAL AND IN LOCAL TIME FOLLOWED BY GMT IN BRACKETS

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The bigger picture

IF we listen to the race-laced statements of some of our politicians and self-appointed communal leaders, no non-Malays and foreigners should hold any top government post, including government-linked companies.

Business

BlackRock supports effort to boost number of women board members

NEW YORK: BlackRock Inc voted for eight proposals pushing US and Canadian companies to adopt policies boosting their boards’ diversity during the most recent quarter, the world’s largest asset manager said on Thursday.

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US asks nations to provide more traveler data or face sanctions

WASHINGTON: The U.S. State Department will require all nations to provide extensive data to help it vet visa applicants and determine whether a traveler poses a terrorist threat, according to a cable obtained by Reuters.

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EU demands urgent talks with Washington over airline laptop ban

BRUSSELS: The European Union has demanded urgent talks with the United States over a possible extension to some European countries of a U.S. ban on airline passengers taking laptops into cabins, saying any security threats faced are common