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Optimistic mood in IT industry

OUR CEO OUTLOOK 2003 today features the Malaysia-based CEOs of three of the largest IT corporations #8211; Datuk Wong Siew Hai of Intel Corp, Khatijah Shah of SAP, and T.F. CHONG of Hewlett-Packard (HP). The three CEOs are looking forward to 2003 as they expect a pickup in the world economy will boost spending on IT.

A promising year lies ahead

CEOS believe Malaysia will do well in 2003 despite uncertainties for the global economy.

Wooing China, Mid-East tourists

TODAY'S CEO OUTLOOK 2003 features two CEOs in the hotel sector and one in the information technology (IT) industry

Property sector needs a boost

A FURTHER decline in rental values in the office and retail sub-sectors and increasing construction cost in the property sector are among the trends expected this year, according to a survey by international property consultancy C.H. Williams Talhar and Wong (WTW).

Cheam - the turnaround guy

CHEAM Tat Inn stunned the local information technology (IT) industry in early 2000 when he resigned as managing director of Compaq Computer Corp Malaysia, a position he held for only six months, to join Silicon Valley-based Arcadian Wireless Inc, a start-up.

Goh concerned over spate of exits by foreign CEOs

THE recent spate of departures by foreign chief executives of government-linked companies (GLCs) has Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong concerned because of the wrong impression this might create #8211; that Singapore no longer welcomes foreign talent.

Book briefs

Book briefs on The Welch Way, The Longman Business English Dictionary and other books.

CEOs optimistic but cautious about outlook

LAST year saw some dramatic and aggressive changes in corporate behaviour among life insurance players, with many setting high sales targets on marketing personnel.

World's business leaders meet in Davos bemoans lost trust

The titans of international business wrestled mightily for six days at the World Economic Forum with how to repair public trust damaged by scandals over shoddy accounting and bankruptcies like Enron's.

Tech chiefs see dim 2003

Technology executives have been scrambling to tone down expectations for 2003 after hard-learned lessons that their customers cannot predict the future.