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What the CEOs say

CEOs comment on the stimulus package.

Business

The package needs good delivery

By WONG SULONG

Business

Package to stimulate growth

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad will unveil the Government's long-awaited economic stimulus package tomorrow. WONG SULONG provides a layman's guide to why the government is taking this initiative and the outlook for the Malaysian economy.

Business

Kepala Batas a new hot spot for growth

THE sleepy town of Kepala Batas in North Seberang Prai, which is fast progressing as one of the country#039;s biggest growth centres, is set to play an integral role at international level.

Business

Noorazman may not head EON Bank

Former Labuan Offshore Financial Services Authority (Lofsa) director-general Datuk Noorazman Abdul Aziz may not take up the offer to head EON Bank Bhd after all.

Business

Crest to buy Sapura Energy

SAPURA Holdings Sdn Bhd intends to dispose of its entire stake in Sapura Energy Sdn Bhd to Crest Petroleum Bhd in a bid to rationalise its activities in the oil and gas industry.

Business

Malaysia ranked 4th most competitive among nations of over 20mil

MALAYSIA is the fourth most competitive among nations with populations of more than 20 million, according to an annual survey released yesterday by the IMD business school in Lausanne, Switzerland, and quoted in an I>Associated Press /I>report.

Business

Be more aware, minority investors told

B>M/B>INORITY shareholders should not feel inferior as they are accorded the same rights to question the company's performance and balance sheet as other major players.

Business

Smart Reader expanding to more overseas markets

SMART Reader Worldwide Sdn Bhd, a leading provider of children#146;s education, will expand its presence in India, New Zealand and Taiwan by the end of the year, according to its chief executive officer Dr Richard Ong.

Business

Wall Street's chapter of shame and humiliation

THE news that ten of Wall Street's biggest investment firms had agreed to pay US$1.4bil in penalties and restitution to settle charges by US regulators that their analysts regularly skewed their research to benefit a few privileged clients at the expense of smaller investors must be cold comfort to millions of individual investors who lost fortunes in relying on such tainted research.