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ONE of the jokes that made the rounds back in March was a multiple-choice question asking, who’s the leading force in workplace digital transformation? The punchline was that it was neither the CEO or the CTO, but a third ‘C’ – Covid-19.
THE electronics manufacturing companies in Penang expect good prospects for the next six to nine months, due to the impact of the worsening US-China trade war.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Budget 2021, which is set to be unveiled on Nov 6, will be framed across four broad themes – caring for the people; steering the economy; sustainable living and enhancing public service delivery.
PETALING JAYA: Paramount Corp Bhd has acquired 137.1 acres of freehold agriculture land for RM24mil.
A RENEWED Covid-19 outbreak in Australia’s second-largest city is marring the country’s reputation as a standout in suppressing the virus, and risks further damaging a regional economy that relies heavily on international tourists, students and migrants.
DUBAI: The United Arab Emirates announced a broad government restructuring on Sunday for more "agile and swift" decision-making following the coronavirus pandemic, merging government entities and appointing new economy and industry ministers.
“DON’T be a do-nothing entrepreneur!” reminded PKT Logistics Group Sdn Bhd (PKT Logistics) group chief executive and managing director Datuk Michael Tio, when quizzed by fellow entrepreneurs on how to weather the Covid-19 pandemic.
Statues represent memories of the past, both glory and shame. With Bristol taking down the statue of slave trader, later philanthropist Edward Colston (1636-1721), US protestors have started taking down statues of Civil War or slave-tainted personalities. Law and order President Trump want to protect statues against desecration.