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Your 10 questions with Cliff Rosenberg

MD for LinkedIn in South-East Asia, Australia & New Zealand answers...

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Tohoku – a year after tsunami

Lin See-Yan writes about his trip to Japan and evaluates the state of theJapanese people and the economy, among others, one year after the tsunami.

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MyIPO to strengthen IP legal infrastructure

KUALA LUMPUR: Intellectual Property Corp Of Malaysia (MyIPO) is in the midst of amending the intellectual property law in an effort to strengthen the country's intellectual property legal infrastructure in line with international standards.

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Your 10 Questions by Tan Sri Mustafa Mansur

FMM presidentTan Sri MustafaMansur fields the10 questions posedby our readers.

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Snapshots

Review by THEAN LEE CHENG

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Up close with HELP founder Paul Chan

Datuk Dr Paul Chan .. . The HELP International Corp Bhd president andco-founder says his life experience has taught him to always make do with what he has.

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Harvard ranked top U in US followed by Princeton and Yale

NEW YORK: Harvard pulled ahead of Ivy League rival Princeton in the latest edition of the influential U.S. News World Report university rankings, while a stronger emphasis on graduation rates drove other changes in the Top 10.

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Coca-Cola and Pepsi in big sales war in US

NEW YORK: The cola wars are back, and this time they have zero calories but plenty of nostalgia.

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NEM structural reform needed for M'sia to remain competitive

KUALA LUMPUR: The structural reform agenda under the New Economic Model (NEM) is timely for Malaysia to remain competitive and achieve its goal of becoming a high income nation, said London School of Economics (LSE) Political Science economics professor and council member of Malaysia's National Economic Advisory Council (NEAC), Prof Danny Quah.

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Fraud charge deals big blow to Goldman's image

NEW YORK: While Goldman Sachs contends with the government's civil fraud charges, an equally serious problem looms: a damaged reputation that may cost it clients.