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PETALING JAYA: Technology has always played a significant role in financial services, although that role has been one of support.
KUALA LUMPUR: Businesses need to adopt a long-term view of the operating landscape, encompassing global political and economic developments in order to survive during and post-Covid-19.
The World Economic Forum has cancelled its annual meeting - the blue-ribbon event for the global elite to discuss the world's problems - due to be held in Singapore this year.
TOKYO: Japanese shares led a rebound in Asian markets on Friday, building on the lead from investors on Wall Street snapping up stocks that would benefit most from an economic revival.
TOKYO: Japanese shares led a rebound in Asian markets on Friday, building on the lead from investors on Wall Street snapping up stocks that would benefit most from an economic recovery.
Poker's strategic savvy could come in especially handy given the rise in female employment during the pandemic
Facebook will announce a series of products under the umbrella of "social audio" on Monday, including its take on audio-chat app Clubhouse and a push into podcast discovery and distribution, Recode reported on Sunday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The capital market will continue to be an attractive destination for retail investors, facilitated by new technologies which enable better access to information and trading platforms, according to Bursa Malaysia director of securities market Azhar Mohd Zabidi.
PETALING JAYA: The Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) has proposed to the government to extend the Employment Insurance System (EIS) benefits and address the longstanding inequities in Malaysia’s labour market and society.