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Bangkok: The very public downfall of the Thai king’s 34-year-old consort – stripped of all royal titles and military ranks by a late-night command – left the country open-mouthed at the latest abrupt act from its mercurial monarch.
Smartphones have made taking a photo and checking fantasy football scores a breeze, but inputting credit card details on that small screen can still be frustrating enough that many shoppers just give up, costing retailers billions.
ZURICH: UBS Group AG got a boost from rich Asian clients in a quarter hit by a poor result at the investment bank and lower income from lending as interest rates have languished.
The fourth of 10 basic rules Western spies followed when trying to infiltrate Russia’s capital during the Cold War – don’t look back because you’re never alone – is more apt than ever. Only these days it’s not just foreigners who are being tracked, but all 12.6 million Muscovites, too.
MUMBAI: Nearly 300,000 employees of Indian state-run banks went on strike on Tuesday against government plans to consolidate the sector through mergers as part of efforts to ensure stronger balance sheets.
PETALING JAYA: The recent Budget 2020 announcement was received with welcome by some of the country’s leading businesses in various industries.
HONG KONG: UBS Group AG is cutting about 40 jobs in the Asia-Pacific region as part of a global push to trim costs and combine its trading units, according to a source.HONG KONG: UBS Group AG is cutting about 40 jobs in the Asia-Pacific region as part of a global push to trim costs and combine its trading units, according to a source.
PETALING JAYA: Khairul Kamarudin has been appointed as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Bank Muamalat Malaysia Bhd with effect from Nov 1.
PETALING JAYA: CIMB Thai Bank PLC appointed acting president/CEO Adisorn Sermchaiwong (pic) as its new president and CEO on Oct 19, succeeding Kittiphun Anutarasoti, who will not be continuing upon the expiry of his current contract.
SINGAPORE: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. aims to expand its lending to environmentally-friendly projects after this year building the biggest exposure to green loans among its Southeast Asian peers.