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Record 20,000 Japanese over 100

The number of Japanese aged at least 100 rose to 20,561 this year, a new record in the world's longest-living nation, the government said yesterday. The figure was up from a record 17,402 centenarians last year.

US CEOs earn more despite lower workers’ wages in 2003

The pay packages of chief executive officers swelled across a wide array of US industries in 2003 despite shrinking salaries for many workers, a report showed this week.

Firms taking closer look at info security

A STUDY by PricewaterhouseCoopers and I>CIO /I>magazine reveals that best practice companies in Malaysia have started to take a more strategic look at information security.

Scholarship to honour Fajar Bakti founder

A leading educational publisher Penerbit Fajar Bakti Sdn Bhd (PFB) has established a scholarship to honour its founder.

Malaysia ranks 8th in economic performance: Survey

Malaysia moved to the 8th position this year from 16th last year in terms of domestic economic performance, said a survey.

Fewer in U.S. marry as more live together - study

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Both the U.S. marriage and divorce rates are dropping while the number of unwed couples living together is rising, according to an annual study of marriage released on Monday.

Fewer in U.S. marry as more live together - study

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Both the U.S. marriage and divorce rates are dropping while the number of unwed couples living together is rising, according to an annual study of marriage released on Monday.

Workforce losing its edge

From J.D. LOVRENCIEAR of Semenyih, Selangor

Asia arms bazaar tops Mideast's, U.S. survey finds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Asia has shot past the Middle East as the world's largest arms market, with India concluding $5.4 billion in deals in 2005, the most of any developing nation, a new report for the U.S. Congress has found.