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I drank myself to the bottom of Luckin Coffee’s IPO

The pending Nasdaq debut of China’s Luckin Coffee Inc begs the question of whether it’s a purveyor of beverages, or a technology company.


Fintech shows the way forward

THE Perdana Leadership Foundation’s CEO Forum 2019 was held on April 4 with the theme: “Accelerating the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Malaysia.”


E-wallet race heats up

Banks need to explore opportunities for collaboration with tech giants so as not to lose out in marketplace


Banking has to be both boring and fun

WHILE many stayed away from their normal reading platter of magazines and newspapers during the holiday season, a friendly banter of sorts on a crucial issue besieging the banking sector took place between Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim and seasoned banker Datuk Seri Nazir Razak.


The e-wallet race hots up

ELECTRONIC wallets (e-wallets) are all the rage in countries like India and China but only make up a small presence in Malaysia.


Guess who’s back on the charts?

Last week marked the 50th anniversary of the release of Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and it came complete with industry in tow, with deluxe remastered album, new photographs, lyrics, even outtakes.


Spain's indebted cities target dog-lovers, fortune-tellers for cash

MADRID: Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.


Jennifer Lopez slammed over US$10mil earnings from performing for world's 'worst thugs'

LOS ANGELES: Human Rights Watch is not exactly singing Jennifer Lopez's praises these days.


Angry Greeks reject bailout, risk euro exit

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek voters enraged by economic hardship caused by the terms of an international bailout turned on ruling parties in an election on Sunday, putting the country's future in the euro zone at risk and threatening to revive Europe's debt crisis.


"Made in Japan" engineers find second life in China

DONGGUAN, China (Reuters) - Their technical skills helped Japan's corporate giants sweep all before them in the 1980s, and now thousands of ageing Japanese engineers are finding a new lease of life in booming China.