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LONDON: Up to 60 English lower league soccer clubs could go out of business if the sport fails to plan for the impact of COVID-19 beyond the current season, Huddersfield Town owner Phil Hodgkinson said on Sunday.
PETALING JAYA: The latest statistics by Tubular Labs, an independent global data and online video analytics provider showed end-users and consumers gravitate towards combat sports and martial arts content, compared to other sports.
LONDON: One of the world's largest lunar meteorites goes on private sale at Christie's on Thursday, valued at 2 million pounds ($2.49 million).
SHANGHAI: Vanguard Group and Ant Financial’s joint venture is rolling out a new robo adviser to target the Chinese fintech giant’s 900 million users, a first step in winning a slice of the nation’s fast growing asset management business.
SYDNEY: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday the government will soon announce measures to stimulate an economy hammered by the effects of the coronavirus outbreak, as the local share market came in for another turbulent session.
HONG KONG: Dalian Wanda Group Co, the Chinese conglomerate that borrowed billions of dollars to fund an acquisition binge, is facing a double whammy this year: a wall of maturing debt and a deadly virus that has hampered its operations.
HONG KONG: Dalian Wanda Group Co., the Chinese conglomerate that borrowed billions of dollars to fund an acquisition binge, is facing a double whammy this year: a wall of maturing debt and a deadly virus that has hampered its operations.
NEARLY a third of the global financial centre of Singapore sits less than five meters above sea level. If global warming continues unabated, an area as large as 3,400 football fields in the centre of the small city-state could be inundated by 2100, flooding the vital business district and some of its most valuable infrastructure.
A RETIRED appellate court judge who subsequently assumed the role of a defence counsel once cited his own judgment as a precedent to substantiate the point that he was postulating. In doing so, he went on to quote his former self as the “learned judge”, thus, drawing laughter from the audience.
PETALING JAYA: Digital will continue to energise adspend growth in Malaysia and is forecast to grow 17.2%, reaching US$522mil and 37.7% share of total market spend this year, according to the latest global forecast by Dentsu Aegis Network.