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The future of Europe could be decided in Poland

THE European Union has many problems, but the most fundamental may be the rift between northern and southern member states and the even deeper fault line running between west and east.


UN labour body adopts #MeToo pact against violence at work, Malaysia abstains

GENEVA: The U.N. agency overseeing international labour standards adopted on Friday a new treaty against violence and harassment in the workplace, fuelled by the women's #MeToo movement.


The earnestness of being important

Speakeasy by S. Jayasankaran
Reader, suppose you were an idiot,


When done smartly and responsibly, activism against firms can improve the greater good

MOST of us delight in the idea of the little guys standing up to the might of large organisations.


Apple, Facebook, Google cheer on San Francisco Gay Pride parade

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and other prominent Silicon Valley technology companies flew the flag for gay rights at the San Francisco Pride Festival on Sunday as they sought to boost morale among employees and reflect a corporate culture of diversity.


Unlocking potential for penal tourism

Errol Oh asks why not have a type oftourism that caters for people convictedof crimes, offering these people a chanceto atone for their wrongdoings throughcommunity service away from home?


Faridah Merican answers your 10 questions

Veteran theatrist Datuk Faridah Merican fields the 10 questions posed to her by ourreaders.


Target Corp says no donations planned for gay groups

MINNEAPOLIS: Target Corp. said Monday it won't give money to gay-friendly causes to quiet the uproar over a US$150,000 donation that helped support a Minnesota governor candidate who opposes gay marriage.


Sony Music launching label geared to gay recording artists

LOS ANGELES: Sony Music has teamed with the founder of a gay cable network to form a record label geared toward gay audiences.


Gay-owned Internet media company PlanetOut goes public

There was no big stir on Wall Street, but a San Francisco-based Internet company marked a cultural milestone Thursday by becoming the first gay-directed business to trade its stock on a major exchange.