Angie Ng has taken her family business to new heights.
Innovation and IP expert Dr. Sudeep Basu say country sending very strong signal to the world.
Dr. Mahaletchumy Arujanan does Malaysia proud, and wants Science to be better taught in schools.
S.T. Rubaneswaran beat the odds by bucking the trend - and has emerged victorious.
Though 2016 is expected to be a gloomy year for the property market, it will definitely be a good one for those with cash in hand and looking for a bargain.
What are the characteristics of today’s ‘DIY’ generation?
IT technology firm on a roll, to make aggressive push towards commercial segment.
Khalil Adis has transformed himself from being a property writer to a thought leader in the field.
As we move towards the future, much of nature has been sacrificed. Yet even so major corporates here are working towards saving what’s left.
Turning ideas into a successful business can be daunting, especially when faced with lack of funding and know-how. But the team of investors from Infinite Ventures help provide everything a technopreneur needs to…
Business Circle recently caught up with Kelly Outsourcing & Consulting Group’s Asia-Pacific Vice President, Anthony Raja Devadoss, on the talent situation in Malaysia over the next year.
Blue Coat Report Warns of Rising Vicious and Personal Attacks within Mobile Threat Landscape with Porn being the No.1 Most “Infectious” Sites.
Employers are apparently disappointed with Malaysian fresh graduates with 70% reporting that the standards of fresh graduates were just average.
CIMB Research lists 8 catalysts that could drive the KLCI up next year.
National carmaker Proton is optimistic on a rebound next year riding on its newly rejigged Perdana, Persona and the new Saga.
Employers hunting for part-time staff should looks no further than JOBi, a website that offers a reliable, no frills platform to source for short term work and internships.
Marina Mustafa has not only become a successful author but has also given new meaning to “food entrepreneurship”.
Each time the yearly floods in Malaysia’s East Coast happen, lives are devastated. In trying to overcome the challenges, the NGOs, the social enterprises, the volunteers, the folks of Dabong Kelantan, have brought…
Escalating property prices have resulted in many Malaysians being unable to afford homes. Though a number of schemes have been launched to address this, potential homeowners may need to change their mindset and…
As the ASEAN Economic Community becomes a reality, various organisations and programmes have been set up to enable women entrepreneurs and provide them the benefits of the myriad advantages that a unified economy…