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Cheryl Yeoh: Why now, and why I'm not pressing charges

PETALING JAYA: Tech entrepreneur Cheryl Yeoh says she will not be pressing charges against a prominent American venture capitalist whom she alleged had sexually assaulted her three years ago.

The ugly side of the digital economy

ALMOST everybody is addicted to the digital world of connectivity. Only a handful can dare say that they are not dependent on the Internet or the connectivity that comes with the digital age.

Criticisms against Yeoh show why some women don’t report assaults

PETALING JAYA: The brickbats hurled at former Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) CEO Cheryl Yeoh after she spoke out about being sexually assaulted illustrates the backlash women face when they decide to complain, say several women’s groups.

Lawyer: Ex-CEO can lodge report but case is weak

PETALING JAYA: Tech entrepreneur Cheryl Yeoh can lodge a police report against the American man who had allegedly sexually assaulted her in Malaysia.

500 Startups exec responds to ex-MaGIC CEO's sexual harassment allegations

PETALING JAYA: An executive from venture capital firm 500 Startups has expressed his dismay over the sexual harassment the former head of a Malaysian government agency allegedly faced at the hands of one of his colleagues.

Techpreneur Yeoh: McClure tried to force himself on me

PETALING JAYA: Tech entrepreneur Cheryl Yeoh (pic) alleged that she was sexually assaulted by a prominent venture capitalist while in the process of sealing a business deal with his company.

Former MaGIC CEO claims she was sexually assaulted by Silicon Valley VC

PETALING JAYA: The former head of a government agency has alleged she was sexually assaulted by a prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist about three years ago, and that it was not the first time.

Yeoh: Explore the potential of ageing consumer market

KUALA LUMPUR: An industry player has urged technology companies to tap the ageing consumer market, noting that incentives are needed for them to expand into the segment.


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