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Jeffrey Ong to lead Dentsu Sports Asia in Malaysia

DENTSU Aegis Network Malaysia has appointed Jeffrey Ong (pic) as vice-president of Dentsu Sports Asia (DSA) to head the agency’s sports marketing business in Malaysia.

AirAsia X to get ground-handling services from Indonesia AirAsia

KUALA LUMPUR: PT Indonesia AirAsia (IAA) will provide ground-handling services for AirAsia X Bhd (AAX) in Indonesia under an agreement signed on Monday.

CIMB-Principal buys Thai firm for RM22mil

PETALING JAYA: CIMB Group Holdings Bhd’s 60%-owned indirect subsidiary CIMB-Principal Asset Management Company Ltd (CPAM Thailand) is acquiring a Thai asset management company for RM22mil.

Up close & personal with Glenn Williams

Outward Looking International CEO gets ... IT'S all about people. That single sentence encapsulates everything that Outward Looking International principal owner and chief executive officer Glenn Williams stands for, and his lifelong work in this ministry. Through the organisation, a provider of strategic business services and leadership development consultancy for not-for-profit organisations, Williams speaks to a wide range of audiences all over the world on leadership, marriage, parenting and family management. During a work trip to Kuala Lumpur recently, he makes time for an exclusive with StarBizWeek to talk about his lifelong ministry.

Up close & personal with Glenn Williams

Outward Looking International CEO gets ...

Malaysia-Market factors to watch on May 21(Tuesday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.

TM sharpens sponsorship strategy

NOWADAYS Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has a much more focused approach to sports sponsorship.

GLOBAL MARKETS-US stocks little changed, Euro up on ECB hopes

NEW YORK: The euro rose against the U.S. dollar o n T uesday on bets the European Central Bank will soon act to tackle the bloc's debt crisis, while U.S. crude oil prices rallied as Hurricane Isaac approached the Gulf Coast. Stocks were little changed on Wall Street

The making of a sports industry

2011 is the Year of Sports Industry for Malaysia. The goal is to built a viable and robust national sports industry, which includes hosting major international events and developing talent. What would it take?

Your 10 questions with Sng Seow Wah

Sng Seow Wah answers your 10 questions.