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A research initiative comes up with eight key ingredients that can help us live better lives.
TO SAY that 2020 was a tough year might be a bit of an understatement. The multiple lockdowns, economic uncertainty and distance from our loved ones created challenges that were far beyond our imagination. And yet, it did not stop Malaysians from celebrating the positives in life and the little victories along the way. Be it picking up new hobbies and skills or finding new and creative ways to adapt to the new norm, Malaysians (in true boleh spirit) are doing their best to find the silver lining in every storm. This forms the premise of AIA’s new campaign which celebrates the eternal optimism of Malaysians from all walks of life while understanding the inherent desire of many for a better tomorrow.
AIA Group Limited has released findings from a ground-breaking research initiative, Healthier Together.
Tencent super app WeChat celebrates a decade of influence in China’s online world, but are its best years behind it?
WeChat has helped make Tencent the largest company in Asia and propelled its market capitalisation to US$800bil, the sixth biggest globally. While WeChat does not have to worry about foreign competition, it is facing a fierce fight from emerging domestic rivals like ByteDance.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Southeast Asian ride-hailing and food delivery giant Grab has raised more than $300 million from investors led by South Korea's Hanwha Asset Management Co. Ltd for its rapidly-expanding financial services business.
SINGAPORE (Reuters): Southeast Asian ride-hailing and food delivery giant Grab said on Thursday (Jan 14) it has raised more than US$300 million from investors led by South Korea's Hanwha Asset Management Co Ltd for its fast-growing financial services business.
OVER 24,000 undergraduates from public and private universities all over Malaysia have voted on their most attractive employer brands to work with from among 700 companies across 26 industries.
PETALING JAYA: The RM1.5bil initial public offering (IPO) of Main Market-bound MR DIY Group (M) Bhd has been oversubscribed by retail investors as well as Malaysian and foreign institutional funds by 3.91 times.
KUALA LUMPUR: MR DIY Group (M) Bhd's initial public offering of up to 941.49 million shares – comprising of 753.09 million existing shares and 188.40 million new shares -- was oversubscribed by institutional and retail investors.