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Board members ready for technology disruptions?

Modern boards of companies are coming under a lot more pressure as they need to navigate through technology disruptions, cyber threats, social media and growing investor activism.

Yasmin to relinquish MDEC CEO post on Jan 15

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Yasmin Mahmood has sent the board of directors of Malaysia Digital Economy Corp (MDEC) a notification that she will be relinquishing her position as chief executive officer.

EU leaders urge Britons to back May's Brexit deal

BRUSSELS: EU leaders urged Britons to back Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit package as they gathered on Sunday to formally agree a deal with her that faces furious opposition in the British parliament.

SP Setia wins three awards

Five other Malaysian developers win awards at FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Awards 2018

‘I do not report to my father, my independence is very clear’

STARBIZWEEK: Is it nepotism that your father, Tan Sri Asmat Kamaludin, is a director of the AirAsia group and you are CEO of a unit within the group?

Chip stocks show signs of slowing with more earnings on tap

NEW YORK: High-flying semiconductor stocks may be poised for more losses in the coming weeks as a large swath of chip names reports quarterly results in a sector that may have run up too far for some investors.

The weekahead: Chip stocks show signs of slowing

NEW YORK: High-flying semiconductor stocks may be poised for more losses in the coming weeks as a large swath of chip names reports quarterly results in a sector that may have run up too far for some investors

Aiming to be global ‘funeral’ leader

AFTER taking Nirvana Asia Ltd to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for nine months, its founder Tan Sri Kong Hon Kong is planning to turn this funeral service provider into a world leader.

A moving townhall meeting for Shamsul

IT was a town hall meeting that they knew would be different. For the employees of Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) who started trickling into the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre on Monday at about 3pm, they wanted to hear directly from the head honchos on the company’s future direction. And it was not just about oil prices but also the future of the president.

Something new, something old

PETALING Jaya’s pioneer shopping centre has undergone a RM400mil redevelopment, sporting a more modern look and an expanded retail area. But its owner is not forgetting the mall’s nostalgic value.