Taxi drivers issue 24-hour ultimatum to LGE over Grab’s ‘preferential treatment’

PUTRAJAYA: Cab drivers are giving Lim Guan Eng 24 hours to explain why e-hailing service Grab is given “preferential treatment” to provide complementary services to commuters. They are demanding... Read more »

Volkswagen’s Audi fined 800 million euros over diesel emissions scandal

German law enforcement authorities have fined Volkswagen’s luxury division Audi 800 million euros ($1.3 billion), as the fallout continues after the carmaker sold cars rigged to cheat on emissions... Read more »

Articles From The Desk of the President of Malaysia Digital Chamber of Commerce

Increasing Productivity through Digital Disruption October 13,2018 – On a recent trip attending an executive education programme at University of California Berkeley, it strikes me how much the retail... Read more »

12 Dating Tips That Will Transform Your Love Life

Real talk Dating is sometimes harder than it should be. After countless dinners and drinks, it can be tempting to throw in the towel and resign to nights of... Read more »

Bitcoin Drops $400 in 30 Minutes As Price Volatility Returns

Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, dropped 4.77 percent on Thursday, pushing prices well below $6,400 for the first time in weeks. At 00:58 UTC, just after... Read more »

Facebook Is Still Thirsty for Your Health Data

Facebook already has a veritable treasure trove of data on anyone who uses the site, including stuff users do on the web outside of it. It still has an... Read more »

Self-driving cars need a common language to talk about safety, or they will fail

‘The success of autonomous vehicles requires public trust’ There’s been a lot of talk lately about the need for a “common language” when it comes to self-driving cars. Ford... Read more »

Why do we demolish buildings instead of deconstructing them for re-use?

Re-thinking demolition and turning to deconstruction could cut down costs and waste. Image: Unsplash Dismantling buildings piece by piece to preserve the reusable parts within keeps materials out of... Read more »

Entrepreneurs Who Battled Depression For Years

In the business world, depression is one of the most common problems faced by entrepreneurs. Behind happy-looking faces and successful lives hide a fierce mental battle. Courage is what... Read more »

Research: Perspective-Taking Doesn’t Help You Understand What Others Want

Ingvar Kamprad, the founder of IKEA, realized that being a good leader required being a good mind reader. “I see my task as serving the majority of people,” he... Read more »