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Changing Umno to keep it relevant

Party members and grassroots supporters want to see it become a credible check and balance to the Pakatan Harapan government.


The world needs shock therapy

WHILE any global meeting that involves Donald Trump has the capacity to surprise, one thing is virtually certain about this weekend’s G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan: The gathered leaders will issue a pious call to work together to shore up growth, trade and the global financial system.

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Michael Kors nears deal to buy Versace for around US$2.4bil

The acquisition would give Michael Kors a sought-after foothold in high fashion


Japan’s Don Quijote rides high on rule-breaking reputation

TOKYO: Japanese discount retailer Don Quijote Holdings Co Ltd was once the industry’s enfant terrible, overturning standard retail practices with its cluttered and chaotic stores that sell everything from faux leopard-skin rugs to designer watches.


Don Quijote says it will hit sales target a year early

TOKYO: Japanese discount retailer Don Quijote Holdings Co Ltd expects to hit its one trillion yen (US$9.05bil) sales target in the next financial year, a year earlier than forecast, a senior executive said.


Merkel seeks defence boost in budget plan

BERLIN: Chancellor Angela Merkel is poised to back increases in German spending on defence and infrastructure in a budget plan that seeks to address global risks and the refugee crisis that's her biggest domestic challenge.


WeChat helps Apple rack up bonus points in China

BEIJING: Apple Inc has a lot for which to thank people like Deng. A Beijing-based quality analyst, she gave only her surname as she's embarrassed by how much money she spends playing mobile games on WeChat, a hugely popular messaging app developed by Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd.


Wild lessons for Corporate Malaysia

A BOOK entitled Wild and with a picture of a leopard staring at you in the face is probably not a book you will find in the collection of business movers and shakers in Corporate Malaysia.


A billionaire and a ghost trading floor

KATHMANDU: Nepal's only billionaire made his name selling instant noodles. Now he's got an eye on running the young Himalayan republic.