You have searched for "solutions"

Showing 8311-8320 of 8557

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Company rolls out tablet device for F&B businesses

CUSCAPI Bhd is optimistic that its newly developed REV tablet will help the food and beverage (F&B) industry cut costs and increase revenue.


Honeywell profit beats estimates as sales rise 8%

Honeywell International Inc reported higher-than-expected fourth-quarter profit and revenue on Friday, as sales grew across its major segments


Quality education to sustain growth

HOMEMAKER Jean Lourdes (not her real name) had a tough time communicating with a young local sales attendant while looking for some organic vegetables in an upscale supermarket in the Klang Valley recently. It appeared the young sales attendant, who spoke minimum English, could not understand the term organic vegetables, and hence, directed Lourdes out of the upscale supermarket – which, in fact, did sell organic vegetables.


Yinson an O&G heavy-hitter in the making

THE week of June 3 was doubtless a hectic one for Yinson Holdings Bhd. In Norway, company officials were busy sealing the deal to buy Fred Olsen Production ASA (FOP) from the prolific Olsen family.


Experts predict Lenovo's US buys will pass regulatory muster (Update)

WASHINGTON: U.S. officials are likely to allow China's Lenovo Group to buy IBM's low-end server business and Google Inc's Motorola Mobility handset business if it agrees to concessions aimed at protecting U.S. national security, experts said.


Wall Street rallies on Facebook and GDP

NEW YORK: The S&P 500 scored its biggest gain in more than a month on Thursday as Facebook led a tech rally and data showed the U.S. economy was on solid footing in the fourth quarter.


Lowe to spearhead TM business

KUALA LUMPUR: Multinational advertising agency Lowe Malaysia has landed the position as Telekom Malaysia Bhd’s (TM) lead agency to spearhead business and brand growth for the latter’s mass market consumer and SME businesses portfolios.


After Target hack, Verifone smart card readers could shine

NEW YORK: A data breach at Target Corp that exposed the credit card information of tens of millions of holiday shoppers was a major black eye for the retailer. In its wake, investors and analysts are circling companies that could benefit from a major upgrade in credit card technology.


Wilmar policy affects Sarawak plantation stocks

PETALING JAYA: Sarawak-based listed plantation firms faced mild selling pressure, following reports that Wilmar International Ltd would discontinue buying crude palm oil (CPO) from some plantations in Sarawak from 2016.


Smartphone war shifts from gadgetry to price

BARCELONA: The mobile phone industry is now looking to the fast-growing demand for smartphones priced at US$100 or below as the market for fancier high-end devices has become saturated, but not all handset makers are able or willing to trade down.