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HONG KONG: Even as Hong Kong stocks tumble, some investors are having a hard time turning down what they see to be a good deal.HONG KONG: Even as Hong Kong stocks tumble, some investors are having a hard time turning down what they see to be a good deal.
MOBILE technology has changed the way we communicate today. With more than five billion people around the world currently owning a mobile device – half of which are smartphones – one would be hard-pressed to imagine a time when mobile phones were not part and parcel of everyday life.
Too much or too little hygiene can be detrimental to a child’s development.
Some customers who signed up for Walt Disney Co’s new Disney+ streaming service have seen their usernames and passwords sold online to third parties and have been locked out of their newly opened accounts.
KUALA LUMPUR: A patient advocacy group has urged the government to encourage more companies to bring in the generic version of a medicine that treats advanced prostate cancer.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg) Under the proposal, trading of derivatives on common cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether will be subject to the Securities and Futures Act, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said.
MORE than 2,000 UNITAR International University (UNITAR) students from its 11 campuses graduated at the university’s seventh convocation at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre, on Nov 16.
PARIS (Reuters) - France lamented on Tuesday a U.S. decision to end a sanctions waiver related to Iran's Fordow nuclear facility, but also said it feared Tehran's latest violations of a 2015 deal could lead to serious nuclear proliferation.