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FACTBOX - Sources of tension between China and U.S.

BEIJING (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama plans to meet Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Feb. 18, a move immediately denounced by China.


Conference on faceless interaction

THE Customer Relationship Management and Contact Centre Association of Malaysia (CCAM) will be organising its National Conference 2010, themed 'Moving Asean Towards Zero Face-to-Face Interaction' at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre from Nov 22 to 23.


Kuwait to regulate social networking sites

b>KUWAIT/b>: The country plans to pass laws this year to regulate the use of social networking sites such as Twitter, its information minister said, in the wake of cases of alleged blasphemy and sectarianism that have prompted protests.


The camera defies smartphone onslaught

b>SINGAPORE/b>: While most attention in the gadget world is on the breakneck pace of innovation in mobile phones, Tablets and computers, another device has resolutely refused to die: The camera.


Doing the right thing

Responsibility to his fans, especially those who have been with him from the start, weighs on our columnist’s conscience.


If you want to go far work early and hard on personal branding

THERE are probably hundreds of books in the market on branding such as “Designing Brand Identity,” by Alina Wheeler, “Kellogg on Branding,” by Tim Calkins, and “Harvard Business Review on Brand Management,” published by the Harvard Business School Press just to name a few titles of books available on


Mixed reactions on Twitter to Cabinet announcement

PETALING JAYA: Social media was abuzz Wednesday evening following the announcement of the new Cabinet by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.


Twitter abuzz over impending announcement of Cabinet line-up

PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is set to name his new cabinet at a press conference at 5pm on Wednesday.


Google launches streaming music service ahead of Apple

SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc launched a music service on Wednesday that allows users to listen to unlimited songs for $9.99 a month, challenging smaller companies like Pandora and Spotify in the market for streaming music.


Wall Street ends flat on correction worries

NEW YORK: Stocks ended little changed on Monday, with indexes hovering near record levels as concerns about a correction cut earlier gains that had been prompted by news about a flurry of acquisitions.