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Productivity, quality key to win the market

Q A session with AmBank chairman Tan Sri Azman Hashim, Siemens president and CEO Rainer Althoff and Ornasteel group managing director Dr Chung Yeong-Huei.


Innovation, human capital to spur growth

MORTEN Lundal, CEO of DiGi Telecommunications, brims with ideas on creating new and exciting experiences in the world of mobile phones. The business can be viewed as mature but the mobile phone is about to take new usage forms.


For purist’s only

Uncomprising is hardly a word you hear to describe any automobile these days, unless it happens to be exotic, purpose-built and, ultimately, rare.


Balancing growth with inflation concerns

In The CEO Survey H1 2006, i>StarBiz/ibrings you the views of some prominent CEOs on how they are steering their groups in current times.


Market relieved at mild rise in inflation

Stocks on Bursa Malaysia finished higher for a third straight day in active trade yesterday, as milder-than-expected rise in domestic inflation calmed worries over a sharp increase in borrowing costs.


Global imbalances should be addressed

FOR world economic growth to be sustainable and the stability of financial markets, global imbalances have to be addressed, says Zarir J. Cama, deputy chairman/CEO of HSBC Bank Malaysia


Adapting to changing economic scenario

Rising oil prices pose problems for many companies. For Malaysia Airlines managing director Idris Jala, it is a constant challenge to review all avenues available to improve finances.


Strong lending growth despite higher rates

Since the beginning of the year, a number of issues ranging from rising oil prices to interest rates have generally impacted the way business is being conducted. In its half-yearly CEO Outlook survey,IStarBiz /I>brings you the views of some prominent CEOs on how they are steering their groups in current times.


Zam: It does not mean Dr M is rejected

The mass support for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi does not mean a rejection of his predecessor, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


Oh weak and weary heart ...