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Pie in the sky and the moon in June

Speakeasy by S. Jayasankaran
DID you know that the triumphant Apollo 11 crew – the ones that first landed on the moon – had to go through Customs before the ticker tape parades and the world tour.

Business

Skip the moon and fly elsewhere, US panel tells NASA

WASHINGTON: NASA needs to make a major detour on its grand plans to return astronauts to the moon, a special independent panel told the White House Thursday.

Business

Mining on the moon and exporting to earth? Some think it is possible and not loony idea

SYDNEY: A self-sustaining mechanised colony that mines and exports resources from the Moon could be a reality within a generation, helping to meet demand for materials key to innovation on Earth.

Technology

Billionaire Maezawa's secret behind SpaceX moon trip: Work less

TOKYO: Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa says working less, not more, is the reason why he’s been able to build an US$8.4bil company, become a major force in the art world and land a ticket on Elon Musk’s rocket to the moon.

Business

South Korea parliament OKs extra 11 trln won budget as Moon eyes more jobs

SEOUL: South Korea's parliament on Saturday approved the government's supplementary budget, giving President Moon Jae-in an early victory in his push to create jobs and boost economic growth since he came to power in May.

Business

Swatch from famous moon-bound flag goes to auction

LOS ANGELES: It was one small step for man. Now one small strip from the famed flag planted on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission is set to go to auction.

Business

Moon’s mission of relief to disillusioned youth

What are we to do? - By Lin See-Yan
Pump priming won’t do it as reforms are badly needed.

Business

South Korea launches $10 bln fiscal package to boost jobs, welfare

SEJONG: South Korea's new government announced a 11.2 trillion won ($10.00 billion) fiscal stimulus package on Monday, increasing social welfare subsidies and taking the first steps to deliver on President Moon Jae-in's key election promise - to create 810,000 public sector jobs.

Markets

Japanese shares rally, bitcoin shoots for the moon

SYDNEY: Asian shares rallied for a second session on Friday as investors awaited major economic data from China and the United States while marvelling at the meteoric ascent of the market's new crypto-star, bitcoin.