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PORT DICKSON: “We accept the decision of the court but whatever it is, our family isn’t coming back.”
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MANDOPOP king Jay Chou is apparently an overly attached husband who would leave lovey-dovey comments on his wife’s Instagram.This happened when his actress wife Hannah Quinlivan was on a working trip to London, China Press reported.
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PORT DICKSON • A 55-year-old Malaysian lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January last year in Port...
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PORT DICKSON: A 55-year-old lorry driver on Friday (Jul 19) was sentenced to five years’ jail after he was found guilty of reckless driving which caused the deaths of four members of a Singaporean ...
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KUALA LUMPUR: A Singaporean, who allegedly breached Malaysian immigration laws, has filed a criminal motion in the High Court here to set aside his conviction.
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PASIR GUDANG, Johor: A latest bout of air pollution struck Pasir Gudang on Thursday (Jul 18), with 39 students from five schools experiencing breathing difficulties and vomiting.
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PORT DICKSON - A 55-year-old lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January last year.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore is returning almost US$40 million (RM164 million) to Malaysia seized in connection the 1MDB scandal, police said.
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PORT DICKSON (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - A 55-year-old lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January ...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 19): Singapore is returning to Malaysia around S$50.3 million (about RM152 million) seized in connection with 1Malaysia Development Bhd's (1MDB) massive financial scandal, AFP repor...
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SINGAPORE: Singapore is returning almost US$40 million to Malaysia seized in connection with a massive financial scandal that played a major role in the toppling of the corruption-plagued government o...
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PORT DICKSON: A 55-year-old lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January last year.
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SINGAPORE (AFP): Singapore is returning around S$50.3mil (RM152mil) to Malaysia seized in connection with a massive financial scandal involving 1MDB, police said.
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SINGAPORE (AFP) - Singapore is returning S$50.3 million to Malaysia seized in connection with a massive financial scandal that played a major role in the toppling of the corruption-plagued government ...
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SINGAPORE, July 19 — Singapore is returning almost US$40 million (RM164.4 million) to Malaysia seized in connection with a massive financial scandal that played a major role in the toppling of the c...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Former Singapore High Commissioner to Malaysia K. Kesavapany launched his biography about his life and work in the diplomatic world.
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JOHOR BARU: Two groups have filed lawsuits amounting to RM30mil against the state and federal governments as well as 10 other parties over the Sungai Kim Kim pollution incident.
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JOHOR BARU • Victims of the Sungai Kim Kim toxic pollution, which include fishermen and Johor's Pasir Gudang residents, have filed civil suits to seek compensation amounting to RM30 million (S$9.9 m...
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PETALING JAYA: A total of 171 residents affected by the Sungai Kim Kim air pollution incident have filed a lawsuit against the government seeking redress for their suffering.
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A Singaporean risk management executive has pleaded guilty to one charge of intentionally abetting murder, after he confessed to going on the Dark Web to hire a hitman to kill his former mistress’s new boyfriend.
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JOHOR BARU - Victims of the Sungai Kim Kim toxic pollution, which include fishermen and Pasir Gudang residents, have filed civil suits to seek compensation amounting to RM30 million (S$10 million) aga...
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 17 — The federal government has managed to retrieve nearly RM1 billion in sovereign fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB)-related funds including in interests and bank grants, as ...
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JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NETWORK) - Victims of the Sungai Kim Kim toxic pollution, which include fishermen and Pasir Gudang residents, have filed civil suits to seek compensation amounting to RM30 mi...
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JOHOR BARU: Victims of the Sungai Kim Kim toxic pollution, which include fishermen and Pasir Gudang residents, have filed civil suits to seek compensation amounting to RM30mil against 12 parties.
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In April, it was reported that the police had no plans to prevent foreign motorists with outstanding traffic summonses from entering the country, in response to Singapore’s new ruling to do the same...
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KUALA LUMPUR - Singaporean drivers have the highest number of overdue traffic summonses compared to those from other neighbouring countries, says Malaysia's Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforc...
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KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Singaporean drivers have the highest number of overdue traffic summonses compared to those from other neighbouring countries, says Malaysia's Bukit Aman Tra...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Singaporean drivers have the highest number of overdue traffic summonses compared to those from other neighbouring countries, says Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Depart...
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KUALA LUMPUR: A senior administrative executive is living in fear after a moneylender threatened to burn down his home due to money owed by his son.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 — Putrajaya will have to urge the Singapore government to consider commuting the sentence of four Malaysians facing death row in the republic for drug offences, de facto Law Mi...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Singaporean drivers have the highest number of overdue traffic summonses compared to those from other neighbouring countries, says Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department director Deputy Comm Datuk Azisman Alias.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A senior administrative executive is living in fear after a moneylender threatened to burn down his home due to money owed by his son.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 — The former chief executive of Yayasan Rakyat 1Malaysia (YR1M) previously worked for Wynton Private Equity Group Sdn Bhd from 2004 to 2006, an investment firm formerly owned b...
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Careers in tech are more desirable than ever this year among university students and graduates in Singapore, according to an annual national graduate careers survey by GTI Media Singapore.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 — Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah told Lawyers for Liberty today to formally register their allegation of a threat by Singapore against a lawyer acting for five Malaysians facing deat...
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Dear readers, Southeast Asia is in a “selling shovels in a gold rush” moment, with giant consumer-centric companies digging into the pockets of customers.
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Adorable avian adventure Songbird Symphony is marking its imminent release with a free demo across PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC, plus a story trailer that sets the scene for an earnest Birb in search of its true origins.
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PETALING JAYA: Persistent industrial production expansion in May, together with solid expansion in exports and domestic demand, point towards sustained gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the secon...
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Klang MP Charles Santiago has called for reforms to the Immigration Department's Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) after a string of incidents ranging from deaths and detention of toddlers to abuses...
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JOHOR BARU: Three decades ago, a young mother gave birth to a pair of twins but later abandoned one of them who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as she could not afford to care for the girl.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 13 — The recent death of Thomas Orhions Ewansiha, a Nigerian PhD student, who died while he was detained by the Immigration Department has again cast a spotlight on the agency’s...
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GEORGE TOWN: Chief Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat will be conferred the highest state honour, the Darjah Utama Pangkuan Negeri (DUPN), which carries the “Datuk Seri Utama” title, in conjunction wi...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): The US Department of Justice (DoJ) is investigating whether German lender Deutsche Bank (pictured) violated foreign corruption or anti-money laundering laws in its work for 1Ma...
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There was this news about a bridge linking Malaysia to Indonesia many years ago.
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PEKAN NENAS - A Singaporean was fined RM2,500 (S$820) in a Johor court for not showing his passport when exiting Malaysia.
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PEKAN NENAS (Johor) • A Singaporean has been fined RM2,500 (S$820) in a Johor court for not showing his passport when exiting Malaysia.
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(July 12): The stench of curdled milk wafted from a shipping container of waste at Malaysia’s Port Klang as Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin told a group of journalists in May she would send the mag...
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PEKAN NENAS (THE STAR / ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - "Sorry, I did not get enough rest and was too tired and forgot to stop and show my passport." This was the mitigation of Singaporean manager Muhammad Alfal...
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Malaysians have reason to be proud with three local companies making it in this year’s Forbes’ Asia’s 200 Best Under a Billion list that is mostly dominated by firms fr...
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A SINGAPOREAN man was stung to death by hornets while searching for durians, China Press reported.
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A pair of Singaporean crypto boffins has just pocketed US$1.5 million in seed funding for their new startup, Torus.
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TIME and again, we hear of Malaysian produce being rejected by other countries, the latest being bottled mineral water that were recalled by the Singaporean authorities.
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PEKAN NENAS - "Sorry, I did not get enough rest and was too tired and forgot to stop and show my passport." This was the mitigation of Singaporean manager Muhammad Alfalah Mohd Yusof, 27, who escap...
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PEKAN NENAS: “Sorry, I did not get enough rest and was too tired and forgot to stop and show my passport.”
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A pair of Singaporean crypto boffins has just pocketed US$1.5 million in seed funding for their new startup, Torus.
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SEREMBAN: It was an online romance syndicate that also acted as a recruitment agency, but Negeri Sembilan police managed to cripple its activities involving RM1.55 milliion with the arrests of 15 Nige...
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A video screen grab of Tan (and also inset) changing his registration plate at a petrol station in Gelang Patah.
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Back in May this year, a Singaporean driver was seen swapping the number plates on his E90 BMW 3 Series at a Petron station in Gelang Patah, before being caught speeding by highway cameras.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s call for members of all Malay parties including Umno to join his Bersatu is a possible signal for them to abandon the former before he renews hosti...
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JOHOR BARU: A Singaporean man who displayed the registration number of another vehicle on his car in May has been fined by the Magistrate’s Court here.
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PETALING JAYA: A Singaporean motorist has been fined RM8,000 in a Johor Baru court for switching the number plates on his BMW car with that of another car in May.
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It was an unusual sight: over 200 seniors gathered in a typically quiet community center in Singapore on a Saturday – not for a line dancing routine, but to have their blood drawn.
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It was an unusual sight: over 200 seniors gathered in a typically quiet community center in Singapore on a Saturday – not for a line dancing routine, but to have their blood drawn.
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PASIR GUDANG: A group of 160 victims of the Sungai Kim Kim pollution will take the Johor chief minister and the state government to court to seek monetary compensation for damages caused by the illega...
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Dear readers, The fintech space in Southeast Asia has been a hub of interesting activity, so we took the chance to profile some promising startups.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 — The Malaysian government had prepared its case against the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decision granting Singapore sovereignty over Pulau Batu Puteh, Tan Sri Apandi A...
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MALAYSIAN singer and songwriter Wang Zihui (pic) stunned judges of Chinese talent show The Coming One with her powerful voice and was awarded five stars, reported Sin Chew Daily.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will submit to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) a judicial review on the Pedra Branca judgment, which saw the tiny disputed island awarded to Singapore in 2008.
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Singapore-based mobile classifieds platform Carousell has partnered with the country’s Government Technology Agency, enabling user verification via MyInfo, the Vulcan Post reported. MyInfo uses the...
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Hit animé action spoof One-Punch Man is undergoing a video game conversion courtesy of animé and fighting game publisher Bandai Namco, with a trailer available to watch now and a full release coming soon.
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Grab has received an additional US$300 million investment from global investment management company Invesco, helping the ride-hailing giant further accelerate its expansion in Southeast Asia.
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SINGAPORE, June 26 — Last year, Singaporean chemicals factory boss Erman Tan took his employees on a cruise to Penang.
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SINGAPORE: Last year, Singaporean chemicals factory boss Erman Tan took his employees on a cruise to the Malaysian island of Penang. This year, Tan says the best he can offer is to watch a video of the trip.
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More than 400 schools in the Malaysian state of Johor are closed after 75 students experienced breathing difficulties and vomiting.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today reminded Asean community members about the need for cooperation on the principles of shared well-being to ensure peace and prospe...
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5G is a hot topic within the telco industry throughout the world and Malaysia was not spared by it as well since our country has also embarked on its own national level 5G program.
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KUANTAN, June 22 — Malaysia is in danger of becoming a “second Singapore” where the rights of Malays and other Bumiputera will be ignored, a PAS delegate from Selangor claimed at his party’s 6...
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 ― The National Registration Department (NRD) clarified today that Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has not issued any letter of approval or support to anyone applying for...
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A PREGNANT woman from China miraculously survived a 10-storey fall off a cliff in Thailand, reported China Press.
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PUTRAJAYA: Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad today said that the 15 students who fell ill in Pasir Gudang Johor may have inhaled poisonous gas.
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SINGAPORE, June 20 — Along with three other men, Cheow Yon Siong hid 23 puppies in cages on his yacht and tried to smuggle them into Singapore from Malaysia in 2016.
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… and hey presto! 11Street Malaysia announced today that they will be rebranded as PrestoMall. The e-commerce platform will form part of Presto, a social marketing platform that allows you offers a ...
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The Finlab Co-Head Pauline Sim (left) and UOB Country Head of Channels and Digitalisation Yap Kok Tee at UOB Malaysia’s launch of the “Jom Transform Programme” On Thursday, June 13, the United ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 17 — Goh Gaik Kim, maternal aunt to fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho, remains the company secretary at TRX City Sdn Bhd, a former subsidiary of scandal-riddled sovereign investme...
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Yong (right) receiving a souvenir at the Gerakan Belia Bersatu Malaysia annual general meeting.
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A 42-year-old Singaporean was decapitated after he was involved in an accident yesterday morning.
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ISKANDAR PUTERI • A Singaporean man died yesterday morning after his high-powered motorcycle was involved in an accident with a van in Gelang Patah, southern Johor, Malaysian police said.
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JOHOR BAHRU: A Singaporean man was decapitated when his BMW motorcycle was involved in a freak accident with a van along Jalan Gelang Patah near Iskandar Puteri on Saturday (Jun 15).
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ISKANDAR PUTERI - A Singaporean man died on Sunday (June 16) morning after his high-powered motorcycle was involved in an accident with a van in Gelang Patah, southern Johor, Malaysian police said.
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JOHOR BARU: A Singaporean man was decapitated when his BMW motorcycle was involved in a freak accident with a van at Km6.6 of Jalan Gelang Patah near Iskandar Puteri today.
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JOHOR BARU (Bernama): A Singaporean was decapitated when his superbike was involved in a freak accident with a van at KM6.6 of Jalan Gelang Patah near Iskandar Puteri.
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A Singaporean man was decapitated when his BMW motorcycle was involved in a freak accident with a van at KM 6.6 of Jalan Gelang Patah near Iskandar Puteri yesterday.
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JOHOR BARU, June 16 — A Singaporean man was decapitated when his BMW motorcycle was involved in a freak accident with a van at Km 6.6 of Jalan Gelang Patah near Iskandar Puteri yesterday.
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PETALING JAYA: Contamination of water sources must be regarded as a threat to national security and well-being and dealt with urgently, the Malaysian Bar said.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 16 — The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) urged the government to have the Social Security Organisation (Socso) or the Employment Insurance System (EIS) instead to fund a prop...
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 15 — Fugitive financier Low Taek Jho pumped US$9 million into The Malaysian Insider (TMI) in 2010 in a bid to salvage the now-defunct news portal then under attack from Umno, acco...
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JUNE 15 — The Netflix debate among those involved in the film industry will perhaps only end with either the demise of Netflix itself, or the theatrical distribution model championed by those who ar...
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PETALING JAYA: Life could become uncomfortable for conventional banks if Grab ventures into digital banking, according to economists Yeah Kim Leng of Sunway University and Carmelo Ferlito of the Insti...
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7 years ago, Grab began as a ride-hailing company, with its sights set on direct competitors Uber.
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