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NEW YORK/LONDON: Bars, restaurants, theatres and cinemas were shutting down in New York, Los Angeles and other global cities to combat the coronavirus pandemic as countries tightened borders and central banks acted aggressively to cushion the economic impact.
SYDNEY: Crown Resorts Ltd billionaire James Packer has endured blow upon blow for more than three years: a bruising clash with Chinese authorities and at least two aborted deals with suitors.
NEW YORK: Wall Street is betting that the most popular US technology and internet stocks can keep outshining the broader equities market but their latest rally leaves little room for error this earnings season.
The company plans to build an international cruise terminal at its Impression City development in Melaka, but can it raise the funds for it?
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in Yong Tai Bhd jumped 11% in early trade Tuesday after receiving approval from the Melaka state government to develop an international cruise terminal.
U.S. insurers and providers spent more than $800 billion in 2017 on administration, or nearly $2,500 per person - more than four times the per-capita administrative costs in Canada's single-payer system, a new study finds.
SINGAPORE: Brent crude futures jumped close to $3 on Friday to their highest since September after a U.S. air strike killed key Iranian and Iraqi military personnel, raising concerns that escalating Middle East tensions may disrupt oil supplies.
IMAGINE having to pay RM150 for a seat at your local cinema, or even RM120. As it is seldom that you would watch a movie alone, be prepared to fork out RM240 to RM300 for a movie with your loved ones – girlfriends, wives or anyone you consider worthy of spending two intimate hours with at the Aurum Theatre in The Gardens Mall, next to Mid Valley Megamall.
A SNIPPET of Leakena’s life is written on a pair of jeans. It marked the high point in a tale of redemption: from being exploited and ostracised to working a steady job making US$250 (RM1,041) jeans for a boutique manufacturer in rural Cambodia, with enough spare time and money to raise two children.