How Trump’s Executive Orders Could Set America Back 70 Years

The president is taking the United States back to the nightmares of the world before the Second World War: closed borders, limited trade, and a go-it-alone national race to the bottom.

China’s Xi, Preaching Openness Abroad, Clamps Down at Home

As Chinese President Xi Jinping preached “openness” and “economic liberalization” to global elites in Davos this week, his government was warning against “false Western ideas” at home.

Why Would Trump Want a Weaker Dollar?

Surprise remarks by the president-elect, which depart from decades of U.S. policy, sent American currency into a tumble.

Trump is given dressing down after tweet to wrong Ivanka

A council worker and former Labour Party worker from Brighton lectured Donald Trump on climate change yesterday after he mistook her Twitter handle for his daughter’s.

China towers over rest of world in race to the skies

More skyscrapers were built last year than ever before, the result of a construction boom in China that shows few signs of slowing.

Traits of fintech champs

They have visionary leaders, push boundaries and are globally minded.

Brexit: UK to leave single market, says Theresa May

Theresa May has said the UK "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean "not leaving the EU at all".

China's Xi Jinping Says There Would Be No Winners in a Trade War

Chinese President Xi Jinping is pressing his case for free trade, urging the world to "say no to protectionism" and warning that "no one will emerge as a winner in a trade war."

How finance is being taken over by tech

Bank margins to be boosted by labour-saving automation but long term challenges loom.

Banker Wee Cho Yaw buys all 45 unsold units at The Nassim for $411.6m

Developer CapitaLand avoids millions of dollars in penalties with Kheng Leong's buy.

Indian cinema is into 'biopics'

Indians have for long searched their heroes in scriptures, epics, history, folklore and in literature. Their quest is getting contemporary. Cinema is in the throes of “biopics” — biographical pictures. Fearing controversy, Bollywood hesitated to risk making films on the dead. It...

A great statesman with conservation at heart

Adenan has illustrated that illegal logging can be combated with strong political will and enhanced enforcement on the ground

Stagnating property market hits close to home for agents

3,200 let their registration lapse last year as 3-year slide continues

Online and Scared

Prof. Sam Wineburg, the lead author of a Stanford Graduate School of Education study, said: “Many people assume that because young people are fluent in social media they are equally perceptive about what they find there. Our work shows the opposite to be true.”

Trump's adversarial policy stance a deal-breaker

President-elect Donald Trump wants to be like former US president Franklin D Roosevelt but he lacks FDR's distinction of character.

For New Hires at Alibaba, a Crash Course in Chinese Business

New one-year immersion program aims to create globally minded, China-trained leaders.

Bannon Versus Trump

It’s becoming clear that for the next few years American foreign policy will be shaped by the struggle among Republican regulars, populist ethno-nationalists and the forces of perpetual chaos unleashed by Donald Trump’s attention span.

EU Proposes New Rules That Could Limit Web Tracking for Ads

Users would have to consent to website cookies; potentially hitting advertising revenue for big ad brokers

Trends: Promoting a cashless society

Getting more consumers to adopt cashless transactions has always been one of MasterCard’s biggest challenges. To increase the adoption rate, it needs a compelling value proposition, says Ong.

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Higher number of shoppers expected for Lot 10

Lot 10 shopping centre expects to see a 15% increase in shoppers on the completion of its renovations this year. Joseph Yeoh, vice-president of YTL Land Development Bhd, the property arm of YTL Corp, said accessibility by public transport would be one of the key drivers in attracting shoppers to ...

Struggles of our sea turtles

Adult and juvenile turtles get a second chance at life at the Gaya Island Resort’s Marine Conservation Centre, writes Intan Maizura Ahmad Kamal

YTL's Lot 10 new look to attract young consumers

Lot 10 shopping centre, the iconic green landmark in Bukit Bintang, is halfway through its ongoing facelift and is on track to be a catalyst for the retail and entertainment district once again.


YTL Communications raises the bar in Malaysia

YTLC’s chief operating officer Ali Tabassi (pictured) told Telecom Asia that their LTE services cover 85% of the Malaysian population, making new capabilities available and bridging the digital divide for a rural population which have had li...

Lot 10 Tantalises With Sneak Peek Of Reimagined Mall

Lot 10 unveiled the exciting future of the iconic mall today to members of the media in an exclusive sneak peek into the new and upcoming incarnation of the green cornerstone landmark of Bukit Bintang.

Malindo Air Opens City Ticketing Office And Check-In Services at KL Sentral

Malindo Air launches new KL Sentral city ticketing office and check-in service at KLIA Ekspres Departure Hall for greater customer convenience.

Proton teams up with YTL

Proton and YTL Communica­tions have teamed up to provide a free “Proton YES Altitude Plan” package where customers get a smartphone and 4G LTE data usage of up to 16GB monthly for a year.

YTL Hotels Debuts Two Autograph Collection Hotels in Malaysia

YTL Hotels is delighted to announce two Autograph Collection Hotels in Kuala Lumpur, an ensemble of exclusive independent hotels by Marriott International.

Hotel Stripes opens in Kuala Lumpur

YTL is bringing a new hotel to The Row precinct.

Unilever to use biomethane at five of its sites across the UK and Ireland

Unilever UK & Ireland has signed a deal with a renewable energy company GENeco, which means that from 1 January 2017, its offices in Leatherhead and 100 Victoria Embankment, and its food and drink factories in Norwich, Trafford Park and Cork, will use by 10,000MWh of biomethane to power the s...

Satisfying future in culinary world

YTL International College of Hotel Management partnered with International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) in Adelaide, Australia to offer its unique programme to its students.

Taking Malaysian Street Food Global

Street food may be humble fare, but Malaysian tycoon Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL Corporation, has big plans for it.

Heritage on a plate

Malaysian streetfood might seem like simple fare, but its quality and authenticity deserve a higher ranking in the world of gourmet cuisines.

Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh receives Capri Legend Humanitarian Award at Capri, Hollywood - The International Film Festival

On 30th December 2016 the Malaysian entrepreneur-philanthropist Tan Sri Dr Francis Yeoh was honored with the 'Capri Legend Humanitarian Award' for his philanthropic activity nurturing and preserving the arts.

Accepting the award, Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh said, "There are t...