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WHEN Jimmy Tok#039;s house got burgled in 1995, despite a functioning alarm system in place, he was furious and resolved that it should never happen again.
AS I write, I grieve with tear-swollen eyes. One of my closest friends, Mary Thanabalan (nee Mary Goh) died #8220;yesterday#8221; morning (Feb 27) after failing to recover from brain surgery to remove a tumour, which had maliciously wrapped itself around her brain stem. I have had many bouts of sobbing, and I am not finished. But Mary would have been the first to insist that commitments must be met. So I write.
FINANCIALLY weak MCM Tech-nologies Bhd is not keen to stay that way for too long. Even so, the company#039;s officials are bold about not allowing the losses to weigh down its long-term goals.
IN January little-known PC Suria Nascom Group Sdn Bhd (Nascom), a local computer manufacturer, an- nounced that it would take over 11 Practice Note 4 (PN4) classified companies with diversified business interests for RM800mil.
THE economic recession of the 1980s was a vital turning point in Alex Leow's life. Hoping to make money in the insurance business, he had quit his job as a sales assistant with music equipment company Yamaha in 1984 to concentrate on selling policies.
Datuk Mohd Salleh Masduki is often seen hands-on during exhibitions and trade fairs to promote his business ideas. He knows the ins and outs of his work and is good at it.
THE courier business may not exactly be classified as one of the more popular business ventures to get into. In fact, ask most people what they think of it as a business, and you would probably get some vague answer, telling you how it should be left to those in the transportation fraternity, ? not to be ventured into unless you know the industry fairly well.
Malaysian companies, having embarked on the e-business journey to revolutionise their business interactions and transactions, should now strive to become #147;on demand#148; businesses to enhance their competitiveness in today#039;s global economy, said IBM Malaysia Sdn Bhd managing director Voon Seng Chuan.