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StanChart’s social service

SOLID profits, prudent management and visionary thinking may get an organisation far but a truly great business looks beyond purely quantitative measures to the impact it is making on the community around it.


Akira to grow monthly sales

AKIRA (M) Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore Exchange Ltd-listed TT International Ltd, aims to grow its monthly sales of between RM4mil and RM5mil by 20% this year, its deputy general manager (marketing department) Alvin Tan told I>StarBiz/Iin an interview.


State hopes to earn RM10bil from tourism by 2010

SABAH hopes to attract four million tourists and earn RM10bil in tourism receipts by 2010, said Sabah Tourism Board chairman Tengku Datuk Dr Zainal Adlin.


Love of computers drives Vun’s success

IT'S the stuff fairytales are made of - an ambitious young man of 20, despite parental objection, doggedly pursues his passion in computers and today, helms a Mesdaq-listed entity with a market capitalisation of some RM59mil.


Panasonic boss dives to get away

Breaktime for the CEO is a time to recharge and rejuvenate. He comes back tothe workplace brimming with new ideas and a smile for everyone! Starting today,StarBizfeatures the other facet of the dynamo you see on workdays, but maynot get to know in the weekends. The series appears every fortnight. Today, wefeature Panasonic Malaysia managing director Hiroshi Nakamura.


Malaysia going all out to attract tourists

This multiracial nation's tourism tagline is Malaysia Truly Asia,'' and true to its slogan, it is home to a unique potpourri of Asian cultures - Malay, Chinese, Indian - along with many indigenous groups on Borneo island.--------------------------------------------------------------


Tourism hub set to lift Sabah real estate

Sabah's rapid growth as an international tourism destination is fuelling the development of more international-class resorts and other real estate facilities.


Sabah, Sarawak positioned for growth

SABAH and Sarawak offer tremendous opportunities for growth. The two states are also rich in natural resources, accounting for 40% and 55% of the country's crude oil and natural gas production respectively, with several deep-water sites currently being explored.


Making Sabah a sanctuary for shoppers

Sabah would inevitably conjure images of the famed Mount Kinabalu and the diving haven of Pulau Sipadan. That is all about to change and Sabah can take its place among the shopping destinations in Asia in about eight months.


Oracle boss relishes outdoor adventures

ALL work and no fun is not K. Raman's cup of tea. After all, life is more meaningful when spent with his family and friends, and doing the things he enjoys.