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THIS week, we feature three free apps to help you monitor the inner workings of your smartphone, listen to books on the go and book travel accommodations while you are on the road.
For those born between 1980 and 2000, the allure of non-ownership is extending beyond housing and cars into the rental and sharing of clothing, electronics and appliances, writes JILIAN MINCER.
While there is only so much you can do about governmental red tape, you could make sure that your business doesn’t give way to bureaucracy and hierarchy as it grows.
Corporate giants are feeling the heat as small and agile startup companies armed with new technologies and new ways of doing business disrupt the old business models.
Many Malaysian startups still hold a locally-focused mindset. They need to go out, widen their contacts and benchmark themselves against the region’s best entrepreneurs.
Now that more Millennials are getting jobs and growing up financially, will they grow to become like their parents and buy into the ethos of owning a lot of stuff?
The rising influx of tourists to Japan has forced developers to innovate by converting old office buildings into affordable hotels with tiny but stylish rooms.
CHINESE developer Fantasia Holdings Group has launched a vacation rental business similar to Airbnb Inc and HomeAway Inc to utilise the scores of homes left unsold as a property boom faded.
VC investor Jenny Lee of Singapore, who made millions betting on China’s Internet growth and is now betting on a hardware boom, says startups are successful because of the people behind them.
The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) successfully concluded its four-day MaGIC Academy 2015 (MA2015) Symposium last week.