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The meaning of true joy

Learning the difference between pleasure and joy is important.

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Komatsu to buy Joy Global for US$2.89bil

TOKYO: Komatsu Ltd, the world’s second-biggest mining and construction equipment maker, has agreed to buy Joy Global Inc for US$2.89bil, in a deal signalling the Japanese company is optimistic that a recent rebound in commodities prices will endure.

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Jetson’s contract joy short-lived

PETALING JAYA: Kumpulan Jetson Bhd’s joy of winning a construction contract worth almost RM1bil – manifold its market capitalisation – has been short-lived.

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The joy of chocolate

Cleone’s love affair with chocolates began when she was young and she hoped to share her joy of eating chocolates with others by becoming a chocolatier.

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Christmas joy in Cebu

Even after natural disasters, Philippines island remains a lovely destination

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Rediscovering the joy of family life

Datuk Mohammed Hussein has retired but he is moving on.

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25th year joy for Kancil Awards

THE Kancil Awards, a well-established barometer of creative excellence and standards in the Malaysian advertising industry, will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year in a grand and unprecedented way.

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Shared joy and celebration

BBDO/Proximity Malaysia netted 19 gold awards as well as its first-ever Agency of the Year win at the Kancil Awards last week, but what made its managing director Michelle Achuthan emotional that evening was the sight of her agency’s staff celebrating each other’s wins.

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Mega deal loss spells joy for UMW Oil & Gas

KUALA LUMPUR: After abandoning a deal to create one of the largest oil and gas services providers in Malaysia, UMW Oil & Gas Corp. expects to return to profit next year with the return of full utilization of its drilling rigs.

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New Year joy, Afta will bring down prices of 1,943 items from Jan 1

KUALA LUMPUR: Come Jan 1, things at the local supermarket are going to be cheaper - at least that is what is supposed to be when the Asean Free Trade Area (Afta) agreement comes into effect.