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THE economy may be slowing and the retail industry is going through a rough patch, but Al-Ikhsan Sports Sdn Bhd believes this is as good a time as any for it to shine.
NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks have climbed to record highs as worries over U.S.-China trade relations and the Federal Reserve's monetary policy have receded, but cautious investors have been sticking with technology shares and some defensive stocks over valuestocks and more speculative plays such as IPOs
FEW would go bonkers over bananas like Datuk Tom Chow. He could talk about them all day.
FOR once, it did not seem like just a “people’s budget”. The business community is happy to be given the limelight under Budget 2020 this time around.
MALAYSIA’S startup scene has drawn considerable interest from investors. But as funds continue to pour into the South-East Asia region, more needs to be done to appeal to foreign investors for Malaysia to get a larger share of that funding pie.
MOST businesses are going through a tough time. Demand is weak and margins are tight.
WHEN they say opportunities present themselves in challenging times, Toh Pe Kun has seen for himself that the adage is true.
MANUFACTURERS have been put in the spotlight in recent months as the call for automation grows ever stronger and the task of obtaining foreign workers become ever more challenging.
PROCUREMENT is seldom seen as an area that needs to be automated. For years, companies have purchased their supplies and services through long-standing relationships and a manual process that has stood the test of time.
THE conversation on gender diversity in the tech sector is an ongoing one. While there has been considerable focus on female founders and their struggle to raise funding, women in the industry note that now is also an opportune time to shine a light on how the gender gap is affecting other areas of the industry.