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An education: MBAs with Chinese characteristics

At business school with Chinese characteristics, undergraduate students debating how a company should deal with striking workers get a harsh reality check from their professor.

Muhammad Adib receives posthumous promotion

The government has decided to give a posthumous promotion for firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, 24, who died last night, from grade KB19 to grade KB22 with immediate effect.

MIDF: GDP to grow 4.9% next year

MIDF Research expects Malaysia's gross domestic product (GDP) growth to slightly improve to 4.9 per cent in 2019 from 4.8 per cent projected for 2018, mainly driven by healthy domestic spending fuelled by the service sector, coupled with the rebound anticipated in the agriculture and mining sectors.

Goldman Sachs: former Malaysia govt lied

Goldman Sachs on Tuesday accused the former Malaysian government and state fund 1MDB of lying to the bank, after Kuala Lumpur charged the Wall Street titan over a massive financial scandal.

S. Korea foundation scraps award for Suu Kyi

One of South Korean largest human rights groups will strip Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi of its 2004 prize because of her "indifference" to the atrocities against the Rohingya minority, organisers said Tuesday.

Gender equality at work more than 200 years off

Women may be shouting louder than ever for equal treatment and pay, but a report out Tuesday indicates it will take centuries to achieve gender parity in workplaces around the globe.

Nurul Izzah resigns as PKR's VP

Nurul Izzah made a shocking announcement in a statement today that she would resign as PKR vice president as well as the party's Penang chairperson.

42 injured in powerful Hokkaido restaurant blast

A powerful blast that ripped through a restaurant in northern Japan injured 42 people and caused serious damage to neighbouring buildings, forcing some residents into shelters, officials said.

N. Korea food production down in 2018

North Korea's food production has fallen this year due to unfavorable weather conditions.

Singapore editor charged with defaming government

The editor of a Singaporean website was charged with defamation Thursday for publishing a letter alleging corruption among the city-state's leaders, with rights groups criticising the "heavy-handed" response from authorities.



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