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Optimistic mood in IT industry

OUR CEO OUTLOOK 2003 today features the Malaysia-based CEOs of three of the largest IT corporations #8211; Datuk Wong Siew Hai of Intel Corp, Khatijah Shah of SAP, and T.F. CHONG of Hewlett-Packard (HP). The three CEOs are looking forward to 2003 as they expect a pickup in the world economy will boost spending on IT.

Business

BT agrees to offload HK mobile operator stake

British telecoms giant BT Group has agreed to sell its stake in Hong Kong's third largest mobile operator SmarTone for about a third of what it paid for it in 1999 as it continues to dispose of investments to cut a pile of debt.

Business

Minority shareholders block Henderson unit buyout

Shareholders of Henderson Investment Ltd yesterday rejected a US$704mil plan by parent Henderson Land Development Ltd to take it private, killing the deal in a rare victory for Hong Kong shareholder activists.

Business

Blue chip stocks take a dip

Blue chips slipped on Friday, falling over a weak earnings forecast from the world's No. 1 home-improvement retailer Home Depot Inc, but the Nasdaq managed to eke out a tiny gain, extending its 2003 rally for a second day.

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Stockwatch

Izwan Idris writes on TNB, Litrak, WCT, IOI Corp and MAS.

Lifestyle

Let parents help in class

AS JADED as the subject is to many, kudos to Mind Our English for flogging the same horse!

Business

BHP Billiton CEO makes surprise exit

The world#8217;s largest diversified mining group, BHP Billiton Ltd/Plc, announced the surprise resignation of chief executive Brian Gilbertson yesterday, citing #8220;irreconcilable differences#8221; with the board. Its executive director Chip Goodyear, known for his rigorous financial analysis, was appointed as the new CEO with immediate effect.

Business

HK plans to raise taxes and trim civil service

Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa announced yesterday plans to increase taxes, cut the size of the civil service and slash the pay of top officials in a bid to wipe out the territory#8217;s growing fiscal deficit.

Business

Stocks up despite bleak job data

Stocks closed slightly higher on Friday as investors shrugged off early worries about dismal jobs data, while bonds rallied on the view that interest rates will remain low for months to come.

Other Sport

Hugo back at the top after third round

Former South African amateur champion Jean Hugo took the third-round lead in the South African Open yesterday with a seven-under-par 65.