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INVESTING in Asian high-yield bonds can be rewarding. But investors need to be cognizant of the risks attached to these debt papers
Telehealth is a bit of American ingenuity that seems to have paid off in the coronavirus pandemic. Medicare temporarily waived restrictions predating the smartphone era and now there’s a push to make telemedicine widely available in the future.
Medical and scientific descendants around the world honour Dr Wu Lien-Teh, the internationally acclaimed 'Plague Fighter'.
Whether it's a wedding, a birthday party or some other social event that you don't feel comfortable attending, here's how to say no with grace.
Twitter Inc has struggled for years to police the growing number of employees and contractors who have the ability to reset users’ accounts and override their security settings, a problem that chief executive officer Jack Dorsey and the board were warned about multiple times since 2015, according to former employees with knowledge of the company’s security operations.
More than a thousand Twitter employees and contractors as of earlier this year had access to internal tools that could change user account settings and hand control to others, two former employees said, making it hard to defend against the hacking that occurred last week.
Sick or elderly people who are close to death often want to say goodbye to their loved ones as intensively as possible – short messages or gifts can make this a bit easier.
The virus has trapped US$111bil of luxury spending in China; shoppers turn to e-commerce, livestreaming
Jeff Meng, a 25-year-old watch lover from a well-heeled Guangdong family, had 160,000 yuan (RM97,483) burning a hole in his pocket. He could not find the Rolex Daytona watch he wanted, dubbed “panda” for its black-and-white face, anywhere in China.