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KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) investigations into the misappropriation of US$6mil (RM25mil) led the graft busters to the discovery of luxury vehicles and RM50,000 in cash at a hotel here.
Court says Yuan Renguo, sentenced for accepting bribes worth more than US$17 million, was given a ‘light’ sentence for confessing and volunteering informationIn a separate case, former police official expelled from Communist Party ‘never really had any ideals or conviction, was never loyal to the party’
SPECULATION that Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is planning a political comeback has been swirling for months.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former Wall Street quantitative analyst was charged on Thursday with insider trading for making nearly 2,900 trades after learning his employer would soon make the same trades for clients, known as front-running.
It all started on TikTok, as is so often the case.
The week's news regarding cryptocurrencies saw more regulation by US authorities on lending crypto and stable coins, while the Solana network's 17-hour long freeze showed the impact of heavy trading of popular cryptocurrencies.
The challenge typically feature the participant showing off items — ranging from wet floor signs to microscopes and projectors to paper towel holders — they allegedly stole from school.
Three Hong Kong triad members arrested after two knife attacks in space of nine hours, police hunting three others
Suspects believed to be linked to Wo Shing Wo triad were detained in series of raids in Ta Kwu Ling and FanlingVictims were 72-year-old merchant attacked near Lok Ma Chau border checkpoint, and 48-year-old suspected triad member
IT can’t be fun for Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob to know that there are three ex-prime ministers watching his every move.
(Reuters) -U.S. officials are examining possible insider trading and market manipulation at Binance, Bloomberg News reported on Friday, potentially adding more heat to the cryptocurrency exchange that has become a target of regulatory scrutiny in many countries.