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What makes a great startup? Aside from having business know-how, good timing, and a huge amount of luck, having an innovative idea is critical.
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SINGAPORE: The first witness was called today on the second day of the 2013 penny stock crash trial involving Malaysian businessman Soh Chee Wen (pix) and his partner Quah Su-Ling. Ng Kit Kiat, a rem...
Malay Mail:
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SINGAPORE, March 28 — The first witness was called yesterday on the second day of the 2013 penny stock crash trial involving Malaysian businessman Soh Chee Wen and his partner Quah Su-Ling. Ng Kit K...
The Star:
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SINGAPORE (Bernama): Malaysian businessman Soh Chee Wen pleaded not guilty Monday (March 25) to 189 charges on the first day of his long-awaited trial over the penny stock crash about six years ago that cleansed S$8bil (about RM24bil) from the Singapore share market.
The Edge Markets:
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SINGAPORE (March 25): Malaysian businessman Soh Chee Wen pleaded not guilty Monday to 189 charges on the first day of his long-awaited trial over the penny stock crash about six years ago which cleans...
Malay Mail:
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SINGAPORE, March 25 — Malaysian businessman Soh Chee Wen pleaded not guilty Monday to 189 charges on the first day of his long-awaited trial over the penny stock crash about six years ago which clea...
theSun:
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SINGAPORE: Malaysian businessman Soh Chee Wen pleaded not guilty Monday to 189 charges on the first day of his long-awaited trial over the penny stock crash about six years ago, which cleansed S$8 bil...
Free Malaysia Today:
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SINGAPORE: Singapore meted out its first jail sentence for an October 2013 penny-stock rout, which the prosecutor said was caused by the “most audacious, extensive and injurious market manipulation ...
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SINGAPORE: One of the three people implicated in the 2013 penny stock crash that wiped out S$8 billion (S$1=RM3) from the Singapore stock market, pleaded guilty to two of six charges of abetment in ma...
Malay Mail:
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SINGAPORE, March 20 — One of the three people implicated in the 2013 penny stock crash that wiped out S$8 billion (RM24 billion) from the Singapore stock market, pleaded guilty to two of six charges...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 11— The Defence Ministry today denied providing athlete Suwaibah Muhammad Nasir with a RM4-million sponsorship in order for her to fund an international tower running tour to “co...
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PETALING JAYA: A national athlete has defended her quest for RM4 million to fund an international tower running tour to “conquer” 30 tallest towers, after she was criticised by a tower running cha...
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PETALING JAYA: An athlete who is ranked Asia’s top in tower running has questioned a minister’s support for a woman’s quest for a RM4 million fund to “conquer” the world’s 30 tallest tower...