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How Chinese officials 'like' banned Facebook

China's Communist authorities ban their own people from accessing major global social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. But when it comes to self-promotion they are increasingly keen users themselves.

Stay savvy on social media

Dell encourages firms to be visible and proactive on social media to build brand loyalty.

A flair for haircare

Having enjoyed a few years of rapid growth in the hair solutions industry, Miracle Group Ltd chief executive officer Datuk Bryan Tay hopes to set the company on stronger footing to prepare it for the next stage of growth.

Sleep like a baby at any age

Learn the A to Zzz of getting a good night’s slumber.

UN study finds peacekeepers avoid using force to protect civilians

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - United Nations peacekeeping missions routinely avoid using force to protect civilians who are under attack, intervening in only 20 percent of cases despite being authorized to do so by the U.N. Security Council, an internal U.N. study found.

Some 15% of Petronas' RM90bil Pengerang complex likely to go to pipes, valves and fittings

PETROLIAM Nasional Bhd’s (Petronas) Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (Rapid), which will see the national oil firm pump close to RM90bil into a massive petrochemical complex in Pengerang, Johor, is widely expected to spur a slew of downstream players in the local oil and gas (O&G) supply chain.

Five challenges for Modi's new Indian government

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A landslide election victory for Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has created euphoria in India's financial markets, driving shares to life-time highs and the rupee to its strongest level against the dollar in 11 months.

Former Belgian prime minister Jean-Luc Dehaene dies at 73

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Former Belgian Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene, a major figure in European politics throughout the 1990s and a renowned advocate of deeper European integration, died on Thursday aged 73, his party said.

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Missing Malaysian jet spurs interest in tracking services

In the aftermath of the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, companies that provide satellite connections and WiFi service to airplanes are battling for a lucrative new market: selling plane-tracking services.