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Semiconductor designer Advanced Micro Devices Inc on Oct 27 said it has agreed buy Xilinx Inc in a US$35bil (RM145.81bil) all-stock deal that will intensify its battle with Intel Corp in the data centre chip market.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - For months, by Zoom calls and then by jet, Indonesian ministers and officials scoured the world for access to a vaccine for the coronavirus that Southeast Asia's biggest country is struggling to control. This month, their campaign paid off.
Big technology platforms are calling on the European Union to protect them from legal liabilities for removing hate speech and illegal content as government scrutiny over how platforms manage user posts grows worldwide.
KUALA LUMPUR: Hartalega’s strong earnings, tracking the surge in Top Glove's recent results helped tip the FBM KLCI above the crucial 1,500 level on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 27 (Reuters): Malaysian shares rose on Tuesday as political tensions eased after the largest party in the ruling coalition said it would back the prime minister, providing some respite for the premier, who has faced calls to resign.
Amazon.com Inc and Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Ltd’s fight for dominance of India’s lucrative e-commerce space is turning into a face-off, with both sides battling over the assets of a supermarket chain that could be key to their wider ambitions.
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Energy firms and ports along the U.S. Gulf Coast were bracing on Tuesday for another test as Hurricane Zeta, the 11th hurricane of the season, entered the Gulf of Mexico.
Laos reopens some local border crossings to revive economy; world Bank provides loan due to Covid-19 woes
VIENTIANE, Oct 27 (Vientiane/ANN): The Lao government is temporarily reopening some local and customary border crossings in a bid to revive the economy and mitigate the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
SHANGHAI, Oct 26 (Reuters): China's top cyber authority said on Monday it would carry out a "rectification" of Chinese mobile internet browsers to address what it called social concerns over the "chaos" of information being published online.
BEIJING: Profits at China's industrial firms rose for a fifth straight month in September, but at a slower pace as factory-gate deflation and rising raw materials costs undercut a recovery in the manufacturing sector.