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KUALA LUMPUR: A journalist told the High Court that prominent lawyer Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah claimed in a press statement that he received RM9.5mil from Datuk Seri Najib Razak as legal fees for handling Barisan Nasional election petition cases.
Scads of Internet companies saw a boost in user attention – and the revenue that comes with it –during pandemic lockdowns that kept people at home and glued to their devices. But only the biggest ones are poised to reap the long-term benefit of changing consumer habits.
Payment services run by Apple Inc, Google and Amazon.com Inc may need monitoring as the tech giants’ largely unregulated financial products squeeze out those of banks, France’s competition authority warned.
(Reuters) -Pope Francis issued a new decree on Thursday mandating full economic disclosure and controls for Vatican managers, including cardinals, and stipulating that no one can accept personal gifts worth more than 40 euros ($49).
NEW YORK: Apple Inc on Wednesday posted sales and profits far ahead of Wall Street expectations as customers upgraded to 5G iPhones but warned that a global chip shortage would cost it billions in revenue in the current quarter, hitting Macs and iPads.
Things were looking down for Lionel Barnes in late 2018. He’d been let go from his information technology job in Plant City, Florida. A rocky relationship had ended. He was soon sleeping in his 20-year-old Mercedes with his teenage son, Lionel Jr.
PUTRAJAYA: When operational, the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Hospital in Perak will be a research centre besides training healthcare students, says Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.
PUTRAJAYA: The construction of the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Hospital in Perak will ensure better training for healthcare students, and Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon has urged all groups to set aside their differences and donate to the cause.
THOSE who want to help B40 communities under Subang Jaya City Council’s (MBSJ) administration can contribute to the MBSJ Charity Fund, now available digitally.