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AS the world celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing this past week, the historical achievement highlighted how technology has evolved and brought changes to our life over the years.
Shanghai: Venturing beyond bonds from state-owned issuers in China often involves more than just assessing credit risk. Investors need to make a call on whether authorities will bail out the borrower.
PETALING JAYA: Woman power is fast gaining prominence in the media, advertising and marketing industry worldwide. The Malaysian ad and marketing industry is also witnessing such a trend amid rapid disruptions from various fronts.
WHEN was the last time that, when given the option to skip, you watched one of those ads before an online video through to the end?
SHANGHAI/NEW YORK: The United States has temporarily eased trade restrictions on China's Huawei to minimize disruption for its customers, a move the founder of the world's largest telecoms equipment maker said meant little because it was already prepared for U.S. action.
Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) is hosting a Future Business Ideas (FBI) 2019 Conference happening on April 24, 9am at Securities Commission Malaysia with the tagline “Business Innovation Re-Imagined” and the Government of Sarawak, Chief Minister Department advisor Ehon Chan as the event’s moderator.
AFTER all the brouhaha over the possible shutdown of Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAS), common sense has prevailed.
THIS year heralds a brave new world for euro credit spreads. The continent’s biggest buyer of corporate debt is calling a halt after amassing a €180bil (US$206bil) portfolio in just two- and-a-half years.
Chun Wai will take on the position of group advisor to assist in transformation journey.
NEW YORK: Oil ended slightly firmer after volatile trading on Friday, supported by expectations that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries would agree to cut output next month, though prices fell for the sixth straight week amid global oversupply concerns.