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Engineering her way to success

To be a good engineer, spend the first five years of yours career learning about the job. Do not focus on the salary.

Case steps down as AOL Time Warner chairman

Internet visionary Steve Case is stepping down as chairman of AOL Time Warner Inc, succumbing to scathing criticism that the record media merger he helped to engineer is a failure.

CNN head quits, adding to turmoil

Walter Isaacson has stepped down as head of CNN just 18 months after taking the job to restore the pioneering all-news network's ratings dominance that it had lost to upstart Fox News, part of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.

The man and his house

HE is a man of taste and ideas. Well-travelled and worldly, this owner knew exactly what he wanted and he went out to build one of the finest dwellings that have ever stood in Damansara Heights. But circumstances have a strange way of making plans go awry. And so man may build. But he need not necessarily be the one to enjoy the passion of his labour.

Short-cut to architecture

IT takes five years to become an architect, much like the time it takes to become a doctor. However, Alif Creative Academy has made the journey a little shorter with its Alif Pathway.

M’sian furniture exporters seek new markets

CHINA is fast rising in the world of furniture exports. From nowhere, it has come up as the 4th largest furniture producer in the world.

Where design matters

With high-tech intelligent lighting and a refurbished railway carriage for a cafeteria, this is one very unusual factory. COLIN KHOO tours an elegant space.

A growing interest

By T. SELVA

Wrong perception of Putrajaya

Overseeing a new town when that town is Putrajaya where the Prime Minister lives is not easy. Putrajaya Corporation president Tan Sri Azizan Zainul Abidin will tell you that, writes MERGAWATI ZULFAKAR.

Wrong perception of Putrajaya

Overseeing a new town when that town is Putrajaya where the Prime Minister lives is not easy. Putrajaya Corporation president Tan Sri Azizan Zainul Abidin will tell you that, writes MERGAWATI ZULFAKAR.