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Foster's records modest rise in H1 profit

Australian brewer and winemaker Foster's Group Ltd posted a modest 4.1% rise in first-half profit yesterday, and warned that tougher competition in the wine industry meant it would struggle to meet its full-year targets.


Wear what Suits you

GENTLEMEN, your credibility may be at stake. Ladies, kindly turn the page. Today's highlight is about what's inside your man's closet. Lest you women think he is so vain and worries about how he looks, it is best you accord him some privacy.


Cooking up creative ideas

It was an abrupt change of career for Sani Ong when he was left with a pastry and confectionery business to handle.


Yee Lee looks to break into more markets abroad

YEE Lee Corp Bhd, which has captured one-third of the local brand cooking oil market, is focusing on penetrating the Middle East and the Commonwealth of Independent States for its wide range of products.


No more cost for TNB after UBS settlement

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) does not expect to incur more than what has been accounted for after a dispute with Swiss investment bank UBS AG was settled out of court, said the company#039;s chairman Datuk Awang Adek Hussain.


CPO to resume upward move

Forecasting Price Trends: A weekly column by G.M. Teoh on Crude Palm Oil, Soyoil, Cocoa and Cash Tin.


Buying binge that may prove costly to economy

WHAT a scorcher and it was measured in varying degrees of misery - and gain - for the millions sweltering under century-plus temperatures this past week.


Tai Kwong shifts production focus

TAI KWONG Yokohama Bhd expects its maintenance-free (MF) automotive batteries to account for 40% of its total battery output next year from 10% presently, managing director Chow Siew Hon said.


Pohmay to expand Sabah furniture ops

POHMAY Holdings Bhd, a Bursa Malaysia second board company specialising in producing rattan and hardwood furniture, plans to expand its rattan furniture manufacturing facility in Sabah this year.


Tokyo stocks close higher Wednesday.

Tokyo stocks closed up Wednesday, led by a recovery in U.S. technology stocks overnight on Wall Street. The U.S. dollar was up against the Japanese yen.