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-Enterprise software maker Freshworks Inc was valued at $12.2 billion in its Nasdaq debut on Wednesday after shares opened 21% above the initial offering price, indicating strong demand for firms that have thrived during the pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Adrian Ang, one of the household names in Malaysian bowling, has called it a day after a 17-year illustrious career with the national team that saw him win gold in all the official Games and tournaments.
FORTY-EIGHT traders at a Setapak food court will have 12 months to settle their electricity bill arrears amounting to some RM55,000 to Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).
Covid-19: Selangor Sultan expresses disappointment over some religious teachers, mosque officials refusal to be vaccinated
KLANG: Selangor Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has conveyed his sadness and disappointment over the refusal of several religious teachers and mosque officials to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The personal details of more than 106 million international travellers to Thailand were exposed on the web without a password last month, Comparitech researchers report. The database included full names, passport numbers, arrival dates, and more.
SHANGHAI: Chinese stocks fell on Wednesday, led by by banking and consumer staples, while real estate shares jumped after developer China Evergrande assured to make bond interest payment.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Business software firm Freshworks said it had priced its U.S. initial public offering well above the target range to raise $1.03 billion, valuing the Salesforce.com rival at $10.13 billion as hybrid work fuels demand for its products.
(Reuters) - The Taliban administration in Afghanistan is working towards reopening high school education for girls, who were left out of a recent return to school for boys and younger girls, although a Taliban spokesman speaking on Tuesday gave no time frame for action.
Texas-based startups have taken a stand against the state's anti-abortion laws, saying it would be a blow to attracting talent or investors. However, big tech was notably silent.
BANGKOK (AFP): More than 106 million travellers to Thailand had their personal details exposed online in August, a cybersecurity research company that discovered the data said Monday (Sept 20), but the leak was quickly plugged by authorities.