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Harpist Bryan Lee pulls the strings perfectly

Singaporean-trained harpist Bryan Lee strums the right notes with a homecoming tour.

LinkedIn's sales outlook again falls short

SAN FRANCISCO: LinkedIn Corp forecast 2014 revenue below Wall Street's expectations on Thursday, underscoring concerns about its ability to sustain its rapid growth and helping to drag its shares more than 3 percent lower.

Rapid boost for tyre makers

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s tyre manufacturers are unable at the moment to meet the demands of the national automotive industry because of non-competitive raw material prices.

Datuk Seri Dr Zakri Abdul Hamid: A giant among men

Datuk Seri Dr Zakri Abdul Hamid’s list of achievements is staggering, yet he remains ever so humble and down to earth.

Malaysian Islamic capital market now worth RM1.5 trillion

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Islamic capital market (ICM) which grew by 8.8% in 2013 is now worth RM1.5 trillion.

Company counts on technology to keep Malaysians safer

OVER the last decade, security has become one of the top priorities for Malaysians. Rising crime rates have prompted many to seek preventive measures.

Company launches innovative new device

THE introduction of a five-colour digital LED A3 printer emphasises Oki Data’s serious intent to stay competitive in the global market.

Industronics looking into internal revamp, shares off low

KUALA LUMPUR: Industronics Bhd's whose share price was battered by a selldown and sparked off a query from Bursa Malaysia Securities, said Tuesday it was looking into an internal revamp.

VisDynamics extends plunge, MNC firmer

KUALA LUMPUR: VisDyanmics Holdings Bhd extended its plunge early Tuesday, falling to a low of 17 sen in heavy trade despite there was no apparent reason for the share price plunge.

AirAsiaX signs MoU to secure engines for new Airbus A330-300

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia X Bhd has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with GE Aviation for the selection of the latter’s CF6-80E1 engines to power AirAsia X’s 25 new Airbus A330-300 aircraft, with an option for an additional three.