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Business 12 Nov 2019 | 7:00 AM

Nextgreen Global pays UPM RM550,000 for nanocellulose technology

PETALING JAYA: Nextgreen Global Bhd is paying Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) RM550,000 under a technology licensing for the production of nanocellulose from oil palm biomass which could be used in packaging products

Business 11 Jun 2019 | 12:00 AM

Ocado invests in indoor farming

LONDON: Ocado Group Plc is investing in a pair of vertical-farming ventures as the UK maker of online retail technologies branches out following its mammoth deal with Marks & Spencer Group Plc.

Smebiz 25 Mar 2019 | 12:00 AM

Shoes fit for growth

WHEN Ginny To asked her friend Jack Wong for a place to clean her sneakers, she didn’t know that she would end up cleaning other people’s sneakers too.

AseanPlus News 23 Mar 2019 | 12:00 AM

Plant protein trend sprouts up

HONG KONG: Start-ups specialising in alternative protein, from eggless eggs to pea-stuffed burgers and cell-grown fish products, are piling into the Chinese territory of Hong Kong to tap the mainland’s booming multi-billion dollar food market.

World 20 Mar 2019 | 2:35 PM

Plant protein startups vie to tap China's hungry market

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Start-ups specialising in alternative protein, from eggless eggs to pea-stuffed burgers and cell-grown fish products, are piling into the Chinese territory of Hong Kong to tap the mainland's booming multi-billion dollar food market.

TECH 11 Mar 2019 | 9:24 AM

The good and the bad of Stanford’s massively successful startup scene

The chances that your startup will become a billion-dollar company are almost zero. But if you do somehow manage to create a unicorn, the odds are better than 1-in-10 that you or your co-founder attended one school: Stanford.

Corporate News 27 Feb 2019 | 8:19 AM

Marks & Spencer to pay almost US$1b for Ocado venture

LONDON: Marks & Spencer Group Plc formed a joint venture with Ocado Group Plc to deliver online grocery orders in the U.K., agreeing to pay 750 million pounds ($993 million) for a 50 percent stake in the partnership.