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What you did not know about the ad industry

IN the early years of independence, there were only a few professional advertising agencies operating in Kuala Lumpur. Among them were Cathay (later Ted Bates), Grant (later Bozell), Masters, Millington, Benson, Young, Fortune, MarkLin, Clover (Kenneth Ang) Concorde and Progress. Of course, the one local hero is Union 45.

Tie-up with Honda set to drive change in Proton

SHIFTING up a gear is just what the automotive industry seems to be going through right now, with conglomerate DRB-Hicom Bhd playing matchmaker for national carmaker Proton Holdings Bhd and Japanese giant Honda Motor Co Ltd.

Uptrend intact

MARKET TREND - By K.M. LEE

More high-end housing being built in Cyberjaya

THERE may be more high-end contemporary landed units in Cyberjaya going forward as more developers move into this segment of the property market.

Five-hour sale to mark AirAsia X’s fifth birthday

SEPANG: To celebrate its fifth anniversary, AirAsia X is having a five-hour sale for its loyal customers.

First in Asia

Hong Kong gets a new flagship ibis hotel that has also been re-branded.

KL style

THE ibis hotel chain now has two ibis Styles hotels in Kuala Lumpur – the ibis Styles Kuala Lumpur Fraser Business Park and the ibis Styles Kuala Lumpur Cheras. This marks the arrival of the first international premium value-for-money brand hotels in Malaysia.

AirAsia X on expansion phase

SEPANG: AirAsia X is expecting to carry 2.7million to 2.8 million passengers this year, said its chief executive officer Azran Osman-Rani.

New fight needed against killer malaria in Asia

SYDNEY: Asia accounts for 88 percent of all malaria cases and most of the 46,000 annual deaths occurring outside Africa, a new report shows Friday as experts demand more urgency in fighting the deadly disease.

Insurance companies told to make their products ‘transparent’

KUALA LUMPUR: Insurance companies should simplify the products they sell and make them transparent for customers, according to Swiss Re managing director (property and specialty) Asia Mike Mitchell.