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WASHINGTON: Twitter Inc on Tuesday placed a warning notice on a tweet by President Donald Trump threatening "serious force" against protesters in the U.S. capital, the second time it has used the label since it began challenging Trump's tweets in May.
IT was an event that lasted just over an hour where a battalion of media, analysts and fund managers gathered to hear and get details on Top Glove Corp Bhd’s latest financial results.
KUALA LUMPUR: Top Glove Corp Bhd posted record-breaking earnings of RM347.9mil in the third quarter ended May 31, 2020, on the back of its highest-ever quarterly revenue of RM1.69bil.
II used to be that pushing public debt beyond 90% (of GDP) could hurt growth and increase the risk of crisis. Today, economists are not so sure.
HONG KONG has become a centre of global attention again after China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) adopted a piece of new security legislation for this Asian financial centre to stop unduly demonstrations and violent riots that have hurt its economy and people’s livelihood.
Facebook employees walked away from their work-from-home desks on Monday and took to Twitter to accuse Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg of inadequately policing U.S. President Donald Trump's posts as strictly as the rival platform has done.
TOKYO: After years of applying plenty of stick to commercial lenders unhappy with negative interest rate policies, central bankers in the eurozone and Japan are experimenting with some carrot, too.
KUALA LUMPUR: Merging money-losing state carrier Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) with low-cost airline AirAsia Group Bhd is one of the options to "save" them as the COVID-19 crisis batters the industry, Malaysia's second-most senior minister told Reuters on Friday.
NEW YORK: Berkshire Hathaway Inc priced yen-denominated bonds on Thursday, joining a global surge in debt issuance during the past month by companies facing a worldwide recession.
NEW YORK:Major U.S. and European stock indexes surged to fresh records on Tuesday after China's senior medical adviser suggested the deadly coronavirus may be over by April, an outlook that also helped crude prices gain on hopes of renewed Chinese demand.