Former police officer Zaman Khan warded in ICU
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department director Zaman Khan Rahim Khan was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) after he was reported to hav...
Abdul Cauder wakaf land issue: Court strikes out OS
GEORGE TOWN: The High Court here today granted an application by Penang Islamic Religious Council (Mainpp) to strike out an originating summons (OS) related to the Abdul Cauder wakaf land (endowment) ...
Norwegian Air CEO and founder steps down
OSLO: Low-cost travel pioneer Bjorn Kjos is stepping down as chief executive officer of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, just as the discount carrier makes headway toward resolving a debt crisis that was fueled by the rapid expansion he led.
Deutsche Bank CEO Slashes 18,000 jobs in US$8.3b overhaul
FRANKFURT: Deutsche Bank AG unveiled a radical overhaul that will see the lender exit its equities business, post a 2.8 billion-euro ($3.1 billion) second-quarter loss and cut the workforce by a fifth to reverse a slide in profitability.
A. Aida short of RM200,000
ACTRESS and producer Datuk A. Aida (pic) has lodged a police report about RM200,000 vanishing from her bank account.
More measures to protect consumers
PETALING JAYA: A new legislation may be needed to regulate the co-operative movement besides placing it under the Financial Services Act 2013 (FSA) as a co-operative’s operations and objectives are different compared with a licensed financial institution.
Perak Corp unit to boost property sector
IPOH: Perak Corp Bhd subsidiary PCB Development Sdn Bhd (PCBD) has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Cycleworld Global Sdn Bhd, Asia’s main manufacturer of structural polyurethane panels, to further boost the property sector in the state.
Traders still reluctant to display price of items
Johor Unity, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Dr S. Ramakrishnan said the level of awareness amongst traders in displaying the price of items sold under the Price Control Order 1...
Johor orang asli issue to be settled
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government is committed to ending the plight of an orang asli group that has yet to receive compensation for land eviction despite winning two legal cases.
Delay in demolition plan
By Shalini Ravindran Redevelopment of the Highland Towers site will have to wait as legal issues have delayed the planned demolition this month.