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HSBC selects five finalists

CONGRATULATIONS to the five teams who have made it to the third and final round of the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003! They are: Palmaris, Kafelnikov, PTC, Just Startup and Epsilon.

Undergraduate female team wins first prize

It was the love of karaoke that led three female undergraduates to come up with a business plan for a 24-hour karaoke satellite broadcasting channel. Team Epsilon comprising Edah Chong, Eileen Tey Yee Lin and Soh Lin Che from Multimedia University beat 332 other teams to win the Gold Award in the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003.

Karaoke team wins entrepreneur award

Team Epsilon who bagged the Gold Award in the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003, can kick back their heels and look forward to the next part - a well earned trip to Seattle. Edah Chong, Eileen Tey Yee Lin and Soh Lin Che - did not expect to win and were pleasantly surprised when the results were announced on Thursday night.

Success of Web journals heralds an even bigger future

The online diaries known as Weblogs, or blogs,'' seemed like a lot of inconsequential chatter when they surfaced a few years ago.

A bold makeover for financial service sector

Things are looking dismal for the Asian financial service sector. Industry growth remains stagnant with intense pressure on costs and margins. Customers are increasingly discriminating. What can be done to maintain top-line revenue growth? I>Michael Foong/Idiscusses the merits of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) as an attractive option for industry players.

Qantas enters Asian low-cost airline fray

Qantas Airways announced Tuesday that it was launching a Singapore-based low-cost airline to compete in a growing field of Southeast Asian budget carriers.

Old-school hacker proven right

An old-school hacker who took 'Ma Bell' to war in the 1970s will be in Kuala Lumpur next month to speak on the latest cyberthreats. In.Tech editor A. ASOHAN interviews him via e-mail.

Yahoo unveils software for searching computer hard drives

Internet giant Yahoo Inc. is offering to help consumers and office workers sift through the digital mishmash stored on their computers with a free software product to be introduced Tuesday.

Risk-taking start-up company goes one up over publishing giants

From his tiny London office, Peter Ayrton, owner of Serpent's Tail Publishing, is quietly snapping up books rejected by the world's publishing giants and turning them into major success stories.

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Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

This month, we speak to 3 female icons about empowerment and more - read it for FREE this week.