Mobile service revenue to stay flat

The decline in the telecommunication industry’s mobile service revenue (MSR) in the third quarter suggests a further stabilisation in competitive promotional activities.

What's next after the smartphone?

From generation to generation, we have seen the inevitable connection between humans and technology as advancements are adopted to serve us and improve our quality of life.

Which Nation Does the World Trust Most? (Hint: Follow the Dollar)

There is a popular narrative these days that President Trump is undermining America’s standing in the world and ceding the mantle of global leadership to China.

Keppel Offshore to Pay $422 Million to End Bribery Probe

U.S. prosecutors say payoffs sought to win Petrobras contracts. U.S.-based unit enters guilty plea in New York court.

Comeback Words for 2018

A regime that gave the world “alternative facts” has been working overtime at year’s end to banish words it doesn’t like or believe in, and to take credit for, or reframe, good things that it had very little to do with.

Amtrak train was speeding before crash

It was travelling at twice the speed limit when it derailed and tumbled off bridge.

Facebook, Google need to start paying for news

This will help sustain the content creators aiding them in making such vast profits.

GIC buying 43% stake in Tokyo tower

Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC will acquire a 43 per cent stake in Shinjuku Maynds Tower, a large-scale Grade A office property in Tokyo, from Daiwa Office Investment Corporation for 62.5 billion yen (S$748 million).

MAS slaps life ban on former BSI Bank wealth manager

Yeo Jiawei was key figure in S'pore's 1MDB probe; NRA Capital founder gets 3-year ban.

Giant tunnels to safeguard power supply network

$2.4b effort to house 1,200km of cables is among deepest such projects worldwide.

Japanese prosecutors raid more firms over maglev train contracts

Japanese prosecutors on Monday raided the offices of two of the country’s biggest construction firms as they expanded an investigation into suspected collusion over contracts for an $80 billion high-speed magnetic levitation (maglev) train line.

US moves to roll back 'net neutrality' rules

Net neutrality backers have argued that clear rules are needed to prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling services or websites for competitive reasons.

SE-Asia's Internet economy to hit US$50b in 2017

It could exceed US$200 billion by 2025: study by Google and Temasek.

Climate is changing, are we?

THE Saturday deluge in Penang is a signal that something is not right with the way we are treating the environment. This is not the only time we have been so warned.

Trump Pushes Japan to Buy Military Equipment, Hits Out on Trade

U.S. president speaks on second day of visit to Japan, says Japan has been winning on trade front with U.S.

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Family of late YTL founder donate RM10 mil to 103 organisations

The family of the late YTL Group founder and chairman Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay has donated a total of RM10 million to 103 charitable, educational and non-governmental organisations.

RM10m donated in YTL's honor

The philanthropic spirit and generosity of the late Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay lives on through his family, with donations of RM10 million to 103 charitable, educational and non governmental organisations in his honour.

Keluarga Yeoh derma RM10 juta kepada badan kebajikan

Keluarga jutawan hartanah dan pembinaan, Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay, hari ini menyumbang RM10 juta kepada 103 badan kebajikan, pendidikan dan pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO).

Kuala Lumpur’s Fashionable and Futuristic JW Marriott

The JW Marriott has reopened with plenty of sexy new features—including the city's most luxurious new spa.

Marriott International & YTL Hotels sign agreements for new hotels across Asia

Tan Sri Dato’ (Dr) Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL Group of Companies said: “We’re delighted to expand our  hospitality footprint in Asia through Marriott International. Our 20-year relationship has been pivotal to the growth of YTL Hotels in Malaysia, Asia and in th...

YTL Corp to develop four hotels with Marriott International

Marriott International and YTL Hotels have today inked four Memorandums of Understanding (MoU), two of which are for the development of two luxury hotels in Malaysia under the JW Marriott and EDITION brands, and the remaining two for an EDITION and W Hotel in Niseko Village, Hokkaido, Japan.


Heriot-Watt University Malaysia Confers Honorary Doctorate To YTL's Dato' Yeoh Seok Kian

Heriot-Watt University Malaysia held its convocation ceremony at its campus in Putrajaya on December 3, 2017, rolling out 145 graduates from its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. At the ceremony, an honorary Doctor of University (DUniv) degree was conferred upon Dato’ Yeoh Seok Kia...