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UK banks to face grilling over gender pay gaps

LONDON: Gender pay reporting requirements rolled out in the UK in 2018 revealed that at most organisations, women earn a lot less than men – largely because they struggle to climb the corporate ladder. This year’s data showed little has changed, and even some backsliding.

Govt to ensure Felda scheme sustainable

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government will inject RM6.23bil and introduce a short, medium and long-term initiative to ensure that the Felda scheme continues to be sustainable in the future.

China soccer league signs deal to make online games

BEIJING: China’s top-flight soccer league has signed a deal with a local developer to produce online soccer games in its first foray into gaming as it searches for new sources of revenue.

Chinese football ventures into video games for new revenue

BEIJING: China’s top-flight soccer league has signed a deal with a local developer to produce online soccer games in its first foray into gaming as it searches for new sources of revenue.

TM gets access to 60% of Astro’s sports offering

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) will be allowed to air 60% of the Barclays Premier League (BPL) live matches made available by Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd, following a marriage of convenience between the two giants.

TM sharpens sponsorship strategy

NOWADAYS Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has a much more focused approach to sports sponsorship.

Playing hard to earn a living

AT a glance, sportsmen and women seem to have the perfect job - they are in a profession that they love and they make loads of money doing what they do. Insome countries, the amount of money in question is simply insane.

The making of a sports industry

2011 is the Year of Sports Industry for Malaysia. The goal is to built a viable and robust national sports industry, which includes hosting major international events and developing talent. What would it take?

Kulim sets aside RM180mil for capex

ULU TIRAM: Kulim (M) Bhd is allocating RM178mil for capital expenditure (capex) for its plantation operations in Malaysia, Papua New Guinea (PNG) and the Solomon Islands this year and RM3mil for its natural oleochemicals operations in Pasir Gudang.

Mansions in the sky the latest trend in KL, Penang

SUPER condos seem to be the latest 'in thing' in Kuala Lumpur and Penang these days as more developers jump on the bandwagon to build for the rich.