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Things are looking upwards

Cases of objects thrown from high places are quite rampant, so more and more CCTVs are being installed to capture the culprits.

Analyst Reports

KESM INDUSTRIES BHD; DIALOG Group Bhd; TUNE PROTECT GROUP BHD and GEORGE KENT (M) BHD

Lazada eyes further expansion in Malaysia

ALIBABA-owned Lazada Group is eyeing further expansion in the Malaysian market as it not only plans to further penetrate rural households but also aims to set up warehouses at strategic locations.

Crime – a grave concern

ARMED robbery and snatch theft are hot topics and grave concerns for many people.

Yes, street crime rate is down

UNDERSTANDING the nature of the crime helps explain why we are so successful. I am asked this at funerals, weddings, birthdays, reunions, wherever and whenever I am part of a gathering. I have been asked this so many times I could have written a song about this recurrent transformation blues.

Get ready to reinvent for a new mobile lifestyle

THERE are 20 things you should do when in Barcelona - from eating i>paella/ito i>tapas/i>, sipping Spanish wine and feasting the delicious chocolates.

Arrest crime situation to keep investments coming

The loss of 32 innocent lives in the Virginia Tech shooting rampage has saddened many in the world. Back in Malaysia, crime has also been on the rise, though not on the scale as in many other countries. At the re-launch of Nusajaya just two months ago, some Singapore journalists were keen to find out what the Malaysian Government was going to do to reduce the crime rate in the state, given the huge projects that were about to take shape in southern Johor.

Life to take centre stage for Citibank

Citibank Bhd foresees the life insurance segment becoming the engine of growth for its bancassurance business moving forward.

ING insures handbags

ING Insurance Bhd has teamed up with MESB Bhd's wholly owned subsidiary, Miroza Leather (M) Sdn Bhd, to offer Malaysians the first insured handbag, ING senior vice-president Cho Horng Fatt said.

Akriz seeks local contracts after foreign foray

AKRIZ Sdn Bhd may be an upstart, but it has begun international operations and currently provides consultancy services abroad to a foreign corporation. It is now in talks with several parties to get some contracts in the local market.