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Emerald Bay voted a top beach

EMERALD Bay, situated on Pangkor Laut island, has won a top spot in the I>Daily Telegraph/I>#039;s search for the #147;perfect beach#148;.

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Bio-Young bags Superbrand award on high repeat sales order

THINGS are looking rosy for Michael Loo.

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Moving up the value chain

Our CEO Outlook today features three CEOs who represent big foreign consumer and retail companies in Malaysia. Sullivan O'Carroll of Nestle (Malaysia) Bhd, Danny Ng of Unilever Malaysia and David Wood of Courts Mammoth Bhd.

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Kraft to cut 6,000 jobs, close 29 plants

Kraft Foods Inc said it will eliminate 6,000 jobs, or 6% of its workforce, and close 20 plants worldwide over the next three years. The restructuring follows more than a year of disappointing sales and earnings for the biggest US food company.

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Self-defence against illness

By ANDREW LEONG

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Healthy prospect for consumer spending

IN 2005, interest will centre on the consumer sector, which has been going strong for a number of years now.Today we bring you comments by Nestle (M) Bhd managing director Sullivan O'Carroll, British American Tobacco (M) Bhd managing director Andrew Gray and Theo de Rond, managing director of Guinness Anchor Bhd.

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Healthy World confident of Ogawa impact in China

HEALTHY World Lifestyle Sdn Bhd, which owns the Ogawa retail chain store for health and wellness products, will adopt an aggressive strategy to expand into China and grow its market share in Malaysia.

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Cereal maker Kellogg turns 100

It was 1894, and the chief physician at the Battle Creek Sanatorium and his younger brother were experimenting in the hospital's kitchen, trying to create a better-tasting replacement for the nutritious but bland bread served to patients.

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Strong lending growth despite higher rates

Since the beginning of the year, a number of issues ranging from rising oil prices to interest rates have generally impacted the way business is being conducted. In its half-yearly CEO Outlook survey,IStarBiz /I>brings you the views of some prominent CEOs on how they are steering their groups in current times.

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Nestle buys Jenny Craig for US$600m

Nestle SA, the world's biggest food producer, agreed to buy Jenny Craig Inc for about US$600mil to enter the weight-loss market and add to its nutrition, health and wellness business.