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KUALA LUMPUR: Super League champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) manager Luciano Figueroa believes his men will head into the AFC Champions League (ACL) wiser in their second year.
LONDON (Reuters) - Short-term home rental company Airbnb Inc has joined the ranks of leading sponsors of the Olympic Games with a nine year deal to help provide accommodation for the world's biggest sporting event and cut the cost for host cities.
LEXUS delivered on its undertaking of delivering luxurious experience on a grand scale in the third and final leg of the Lexus Invitational hosted at TPC Kuala Lumpur.
NEW YORK/PARIS (Reuters) - French authorities investigating corruption in international sports believe a Swiss partner of Japanese advertising giant Dentsu Inc played a "central and essential role" in deals used to embezzle sponsorship money and have asked Switzerland to raid its office and seize evidence, according to a person with knowledge of the probe and documents related to the case reviewed by Reuters.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian advertisers are on track to spend more than $400 million (315.73 million pounds) during this year's ICC Cricket World Cup, looking to cash in on a mania that is smashing viewing records in the world's biggest market for the sport.
SEOUL/BERLIN (Reuters) - If North and South Korea succeed in their long-shot bid to host the 2032 Summer Olympics, any athletic feats at the Games may be overshadowed by the political achievements needed to make it happen.
BERLIN (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung has extended its sponsorship contract with the International Olympic Committee by eight years and will remain a top sponsor until the 2028 Los Angeles Games, the world governing body said on Tuesday.
THE Race Walkers’ Association of Malaysia (RWAM) is set to host its second community walk this year.
LONDON (Reuters) - Samsung's Galaxy S7 smartphones contain a microchip security flaw, uncovered earlier this year, that put tens of millions of devices at risk to hackers looking to spy on their users, researchers told Reuters.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Advertising rates for this season's Indian Premier League cricket tournament have shot through the roof with a record 125 brands riding on the country's most lucrative sports competition, far exceeding expectations of Star India, its new broadcaster.