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CEOs Seek Access to EU Trade, Workers After Brexit

Employers in conflict with voters seeking immigration curbs. CEOs seek clarity on timetable for EU pullout negotiations.

Asia Dominates with Seven of Top Ten Most Expensive Markets Worldwide

Hong Kong has become the world’s highest-priced office market and Asia continued to dominate the list of the world’s most expensive office locations, accounting for seven of the top ten markets, according to CBRE Research’s latest semi-annual Global Prime Office Occupancy Costs ...

Mail on Sunday backs remain as major papers declare sides in EU referendum

Daily Mail stablemate attacks ‘single-minded leaders’ of leave, Observer calls for Britain to stay in, and Sunday editions of Times and Telegraph support Brexit

Ennio Morricone: growing up in Rome with a musical family

The Oscar-winner remembers his early studies at the conservatory of Santa Cecilia

Vote Remain storms to shock three-point lead in last-minute surge

Brexit has lost three per cent support since Jo Cox's murder on Thursday. Remain support has increased from 42 to 45 per cent in the same period.

How Jo Cox used last message four days before she died to support plans to curb EU migrants

The Mail on Sunday today publishes the last article written by Labour MP Jo Cox.

The cruel disease that could put this boy in a wheelchair at 12

12-year-old Eli Crossley loves to play football. But he has the muscle-wasting disease Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The Government provides no direct funding to help disease sufferers. Now his family and the Duchess of Cornwall are raising funds for a cure.

For a nation utterly sickened by the death of Jo Cox, a revolting new low as suspect utters chilling words in court

Thomas Mair appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court early yesterday. He told the Court: 'My name is death to traitors, freedom for Britain'.

Governments, central banks need to coordinate: Bank of Canada

Governments and central banks need a certain amount of coordination so they can discuss policies and consider the implications on debt levels and financial stability over the medium-term, Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said on Saturday.

Muhammad Ali Was Her First, and Greatest, Love

“He was trying to kiss her on the cheek, and she was blushing and trying to pull away, and he was pulling her close and whispering in her ear,” Ramsey said. “It warmed my heart. I had never seen him in that capacity. I saw a side of Muhammad Ali that wasn’t the fighter, th...

Steely lawyer poised to become Rome's first woman mayor

Tough-minded lawyer Virginia Raggi, rising star of the populist Five Star movement (M5S), is on track to become the first female mayor of Rome.

Richard Huckle given 22 life sentences for abuse of Malaysian children

Briton, 30, will serve at least 25 years after admitting 71 offences against children aged between six months and 12 years

UN bodies back Belt and Road initiative

Three United Nations Rome-based agencies have voiced support to the “Belt and Road” initiative as they said they are ready to explore opportunities offered by the initiative.

Mastura defends decision

The by-election campaign officially kicked off with Barisan Nasional candidate Datin Mastura Mohd Yazid defending her decision to accept her candidacy, saying that she has faith in her election machinery.

Nazir: 30-day leave was painful

CIMB Group Holdings Bhd chairman Datuk Seri Nazir Razak said his 30-day voluntary leave of absence from April 19 was a painful period and not his finest hour.

Sea of Love

Chang Fee Ming bedazzles in his latest offering of seascapes and landscapes of his beloved Terengganu, writes Sarah NH Vogeler

Denmark Scares Off Investors After Energy Agenda Is Jettisoned

Canada’s Boralex among bidders complaining about new policy. Goverment says taxes used for subsidies could be better spent.

Clinton suggests Trump wants to become a dictator

San Bernardino, California (CNN)Hillary Clinton upped the ante Friday night in what has become a sustained back-and-forth with Donald Trump, suggesting that the presumptive Republican nominee wants to be a dictator.

Kill drug dealers and I'll give you a medal, says Philippines president

Addressing huge crowd, Rodrigo Duterte urges DIY law enforcement and threatens to humiliate police generals

Behind the scenes at N. Korea’s cult radio show

FOR an hour each day, Kim Chung-seong, a defector from North Korea, takes to the microphone in a small Seoul studio

Salma Hayek Faked An Affair To Care For A Dog

Salma Hayek faked an affair to her husband Francois-Henri Pinault to care for a dog, because he didn't want her to get any more pets.

SoftBank proceeds from Alibaba selldown rise to US$10b

SoftBank Group Corp increased the amount of money it will raise from selling down its stake in China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd to US$10 billion, after exercising an option to dispose of more shares through a trust.

On southwestern fringe, China's Silk Road ambitions face obstacles

For the southwestern city of Kunming, China's plan to extend a high-speed rail link 3,000 km (1,875 miles) south to Singapore is already a boon: pristine expressways, a gleaming station and something of a real estate boom, as young buyers crowd property showrooms.

Malaysia's very own Bond girl says she walks out of stereotype roles

Malaysia’s very own Bond girl, Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh Choo Kheng said she is extremely selective on the films she decides to star in and makes a conscious decision to walk out of any movie that stereotypes women.

Uber deal signals more aggressive Saudi investment drive

Saudi Arabia's surprisinglyhigh-profile injection of USD 3.5 billion into Uber signals amore aggressive global investment presence by a kingdom tryingto wean its economy off oil.

Israel to lift some restrictions on Palestinians for Ramadan

Israel announced Friday it was relaxing restrictions on the movement of Palestinians to and from the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Hadi: Yes, we dealt with Barisan on tabling of Bill

PAS has admitted that it “nego­tiated” with the Barisan Nasional-led Govern­ment to allow the tabling of the Private Member’s Bill on Syariah Court amendments in Parliament.

Huckle appeared very normal, says KL pastor

Richard Huckle seemed like a “normal human being”, said a Kuala Lumpur church pastor.

Islamic govt for M’sia, insists PAS

PAS insists that Malaysia must be governed according to Islam as the current system has failed.

Chinese minister vents anger when Canadian reporter asks about human rights

Wang Yi tells journalist ‘your question is full of prejudice ... and arrogance’ after she asks about Hong Kong booksellers and detained Canadian Kevin Garrat.

Temasek, GIC buy $1 billion in Alibaba stock in SoftBank sale

Singapore state funds bought $1 billion of shares in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd as part of an $8.9 billion sale by Japan's SoftBank Group Corp, Alibaba's biggest shareholder, the company said on Wednesday.

Sime Darby’s earnings hard hit by harsh weather

The dry weather in the past few months due to the El Nino phenomenon has severely affected the yields of Sime Darby Bhd’s plantations, said its president and group chief executive Tan Sri Mohd Bakke Salleh.

'Transform to achieve full potential'

ASEAN needs to undertake a comprehensive transformation to grasp the huge opportunities that lie ahead and achieve its full potential, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Call to relook ownership rules

The airline industry in Asean needs to be revolutionised, particularly on the regulations of foreign ownership of airlines, as the region lower its barriers to spur economic growth.

Thoughts on Pas's private bill

I AM not concerned about the political aspects of Pas’s private bill to amend the Syariah Court (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 that its president is tabling in Parliament.

Why weren’t Malaysian police tipped off about British paedophile? Children’s NGO asks

Amid shocking news reports of British paedophile Richard Huckle’s admission to wide-scale sexual abuse of Malaysian children over nearly a decade, local advocacy group Protect and Save the Children Association suggested that UK authorities failed to alert their Malaysian counterparts about ...

British paedophile may have molested 200 Malaysian children

A British man has admitted to 71 counts of molesting Malaysian children from 2006 to 2014, in what has been described as crimes of “the utmost gravity

North Korea editorial praises 'wise' Trump

North Korean state media have hailed US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as a "wise politician" who could be good for the North.

Gotthard tunnel: World's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens in Switzerland

The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel has officially opened in Switzerland, after almost two decades of construction work.

Uber gets $3.5 billion from Saudi Arabia

Uber just banked $3.5 billion from Saudi Arabia's investment fund.

Japan PM delays sales tax hike, puts fiscal reform on back burner

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced on Wednesday his widely expected decision to delay a scheduled sales tax increase by two-and-a-half years, putting his plans for fiscal reforms on the back burner due to growing signs of weakness in the economy.

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Samsung And YTL Launch A New 4G LTE Service In Malaysia

Samsung announced today that it has teamed up with YTL Communications to launch Yes 4G, a 4G LTE service in Malaysia. According to Wing K. Lee, CEO of YTL Communications, Yes is the first 4G LTE provider in Malaysia to provide a huge 85 percent of the population with coverage.

YES unveils new 'Double Data' 4G LTE plans, 4G VoLTE smartphone

YTL's Yes 4G, brand under YTL Communications Sdn Bhd, has officially launched its 4G LTE services today, which include Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) capability for high-definition, crystal clear calls.

YTL Communications counts on new launch to turn around

YTL Communications Sdn Bhd, a wireless broadband service provider that has been incurring losses for the past five years, is counting on its newly-launched YES 4G LTE Plan to become profitable.

A second chance for YTL's YES

The cover story of The Edge Malaysia for the week of June 27-July 3, 2016, written by Ben Shane Lim, looks at the upcoming launch of YES's new 4G LTE network on June 30.

Samsung Launches Galaxy J Series bundled with free YES 4G LTE

"As one of the leading brands in smartphone innovation, we at Samsung wanted to ensure that the Galaxy J Series fits current consumer needs while delivering better value to consumers. This is why we are also very excited to reveal our promotional bundle package with YES 4G in order to furthe...

Lightup Borneo Partners with YTL Corporation on Micro-Hydro Project to Power Off-Grid Village in Sabah

“YTL is proud to partner with Lightup Borneo to realise this community initiative tapping on renewable energy sources to change the lives of around 200 to 250 villagers in Kg Iburu. Our Sustainability Division has raised funds from fellow colleagues and YTL Group companies, and also roped i...

Protecting the planet we call home

Ruth Yeoh, Executive director, YTL Singapore Pte Ltd; and Director, YTL-SV Carbon Sdn Bhd: “Faith and the understanding of environmental stewardship and the understanding of how to do business in the right and sustainable way, was what I was taught from the beginning. As a child, my father ...

YTL hosts welcome dinner for World Economic Forum on ASEAN delegates

Tan Sri Francis Yeoh, Group Managing Director of YTL Corporation shared about how education has been the cornerstone of YTL's success during the evening.

"When we had the opportunity to bid for the 1BestariNet project to provide 4G internet connectivity to 10,000 schools in thi...