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Megan Media tripling output to meet demand

AT the rate Megan Media Holdings Bhd is going on with increasing the output of its data storage products to cope with the global demand, it looks set to hit its target of 20 million recordable discs a month next year.

AmBank aims for 500,000 card holders

AMBANK group targets to have 500,000 credit card holders by the financial year ending March 31, 2006, its head of retail banking Mohamed Azmi Mahmood said.

Demand for flat screens, chips boosts profit of Samsung Elec

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Asia's most valuable electronics company, reported yesterday a 24% jump in quarterly profit on explosive demand for flat screens and chips for digital cameras.

Quest for flawless English

B>S/B>outh Korean mothers know few bounds in trying to give their kids a leg up in speaking English. They play them nursery rhymes in the womb, hire pricey tutors for toddlers, send preschoolers to America to pick up the accent.

Revellers usher in new year with few untoward incidents

The New Year was ushered in with few untoward incidents, signalling a good start to 2004.

Looking to grow market share

Today#8217;s CEO Outlook features four CEOs heading the Malaysian operations of foreign consumer electronics or IT companies. They are Jeong-Wook Kim of Samsung, Barry Lee of Nokia, Rainer Althoff of Siemens, and Eric Hoh of Veritas, who heads the software company#8217;s Asia South operations.

A year of ‘kewl’ stuff ...

The low-down on hitech toys and technologies that changed our lifestyles this year and a look on more digital goodies in the pipeline.

Hana Bank may yet bid for ailing LG Card

B>SEOUL:/BSouth Korea's fourth largest lender, Hana Bank, said yesterday it may bid for the country's top credit card company, LG Card Co, if sale conditions were changed, reversing its earlier stance that it had no plan to join in the auction.

Cheering on Malaysia

LYDIA TEH returned from the Vietnam SEA Games with a sore throat after joining a supporters#8217; group to cheer the Malaysian athletes on.

Holding on to a culinary heritage

Though more and more Korean restaurants are opening abroad, the cuisine remains relatively unknown. IVY SOON sampled the best of South Korea's distinctive offerings during a culinary familiarisation tour recently.