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KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd is ready to support the government's aspiration to become a data hub for artificial intelligence and big data analytics by developing talent through its Urbanlytics 2019, a datathon.
VIENNA/MUNICH: Osram advised shareholders to accept a 4.3 billion euro ($4.8 billion) bid from AMS on Monday, bringing the Austrian sensor specialist a step closer to taking over the bigger German lighting group.
AN intense four-month courtship to create a pan-Asian telecoms giant has ended in a break-up rather than a marriage.
SINGAPORE: Hutchison Port Holdings Trust will be removed from Singapore’s Straits Times Index after a dramatic fall in its market value amid rising global trade tensions, the index provider said in a statement.
KUALA LUMPUR: Universal McCann (UM) head honcho does not single out one specific approach for the agency’s success in bagging the coveted Agency of the Year (AOTY) title for the eighth time at this year’s Malaysian Media Awards (MMA).
KUALA LUMPUR: On the morning of Feb. 26, executives from a Washington consultancy presented a strategy paper to some of the most powerful officials in the Malaysian palm oil industry.
SANTIAGO:China hopes to welcome the United States "back to the negotiating table" to discuss global efforts to limit climate change at a United Nations summit to be hosted by Chile in December, its top climate change envoy said on Tuesday
LONDON: More than a year after taking the helm of Hong Kong’s biggest conglomerate from his father Li Ka-shing, Victor Li is making a US$3.3bil bet that Brexit won’t dent the value of U.K. pubs or the land under them.
LAS VEGAS: Apple Inc is offering cyber security researchers up to US$1 million to detect flaws in iPhones, the largest reward offered by a company to defend against hackers, at a time of rising concern about governments breaking into the mobile devices of dissidents, journalists and human rights advocates.
FRANKFURT: If the European Central Bank (ECB) decides to cut interest rates and restart bond purchases, it would hurt the euro-area economy more than help it, according to ING Groep’s chief executive officer