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5/31/2017
YTL Foundation Celebrates First 150 Frog Classrooms achieved

YTL Foundation brought together head teachers and senior school administrators from 150 schools at the Celebrating Classrooms – Inspiring 21st Century Learning Conference held at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre.

5/29/2017
KL Mayor Honours Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh with Award for Outstanding Contribution

Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh, Managing Director of YTL Corporation Berhad was honoured with the Mayor's Award for Outstanding Contribution at the Kuala Lumpur Mayor Tourism Awards 2017. The award recognizes individuals who have strived to promote Kuala Lumpur as an international tourist destinat...

5/29/2017
YTL's Lot 10 Hutong Garners Platinum Award for Best Food Court at KL Mayor Tourism Awards

Lot 10 Hutong garnered the Platinum Award in the Food Court category at the Kuala Lumpur Mayor Tourism Awards Gala event.

Honoured to be recognised with such a prestigious award, Joseph Yeoh, Vice President of YTL Hotels and YTL Land & Development Bhd said, "...

5/26/2017
Asian Philanthropist Help Restore Italy's Artistic Heritage

When Rome's famed old opera house faced the prospect of closing, Malaysian businessman Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh came to the rescue. The CEO of infrastructure conglomerate YTL Corporation and friend of the late great tenor Luciano Pavarotti donated €1 million to the Teatro dell'Opera...

5/26/2017
TAN SRI (DR.) FRANCIS YEOH上帝的代言人

等了四年,这个很难得到的专访。不管怎么问,答案里都是满满上帝的言语。“我不希望人们纪念我,你记得的是耶稣,这就是我想要的。”这就是业界巨人杨肃斌。破除局限的这一期,才等到他,天意?

5/26/2017
YTL's ERL Awarded the Outstanding Green Air Rail Transport by MCBC

Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL) added another gem to its illustrious track record when the KLIA Ekspres was awarded the Outstanding Green Air Rail Transport by the Malaysia Canada Business Council (MCBC). The Business Excellence Award Gala Dinner was held in conjunction with MCBC’s 25th Ann...

5/25/2017
YTL Corp Records 9-Month Revenue of RM10.8 Billion (US$2.5 Billion)
Profit for the Period Stands at RM1.0 Billion (US$234 Million)

YTL Group Managing Director Tan Sri Dato’ (Dr) Francis Yeoh Sock Ping, CBE, FICE, said, “The Group’s performance remained satisfactory during the first 3 quarters of the 2017 financial year in view of ongoing pressures that have ...

5/23/2017
Asians keep Italy's icons looking shiny

When Rome's famed old opera house faced the prospect of closing, Malaysian businessman Francis Yeoh came to the rescue. The CEO of infrastructure conglomerate YTL Corporation and fan of the late great tenor Luciano Pavarotti donated €1 million (S$1.55 million) to the Teatro dell'Oper...

5/23/2017
Teachers and Students Honoured Under YTL's Sentul Community Building Program At Awards Ceremony

Sentul Raya Sdn Bhd, DBKL, and MOE celebrate a decade of partnership in educational enrichment CSR initiatives in Sentul.

5/22/2017
YTL uses 4G to ''leapfrog'' region

Malaysian mobile operator YTL plans to speed up the pace of digital innovation as it challenges incumbents in its home market, says the company’s CEO Wing K Lee.

5/12/2017
YTL Communications Recognised as the 'Most Innovative Voice Service' in Asia

YTL Corp Bhd managing director Tan Sri Francis Yeoh commented on the award saying, "We launched our 4G LTE and VoLTE service in June last year and it is an honour to be recognised with this award in under a year! All glory to our Lord Jesus for blessing us with this honour."

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5/9/2017
Tenaga inks new deal with YTL Power

YTL Power Generation Sdn Bhd's power plant in Paka, Terengganu will continue to supply power to Tenaga Nasional under a new power purchase agreement (PPA). The power giant said on Tuesday under the PPA, YTL Power Generation will make available up to 585 MW from its combined cycle power plant ...

5/9/2017
TNB signs new power purchase agreement with YTL plant in Terengganu

Tenaga Nasional Bhd has signed a new power purchase agreement (PPA) and land lease agreement (LLA) with YTL Power International Bhd’s wholly-owned subsidiary, YTL Power Generation Sdn Bhd, which operates the combined-cyle gas-fired power plant in Paka, Terengganu.

5/8/2017
Coming out in full force

The crowd went wild when the emcee announced 23-year-old university student Siti Nadhirah Meow as winner of the first prize, which consisted of a three-day, two-night stay at Pangkor Laut Resort worth RM5,000 and a Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro smartphone sponsored by YTL Communications Sdn Bhd.

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5/26/2017
China must summon moral resource

THE Washington Consensus, coined by John Williamson, an author and economist, used to be spoken of in the same breadth as Francis Fukuyama, who spoke of “the end of history” as the exhaustion of any ideological alternatives other than free trade.

5/26/2017
Smart energy consumption

Energy consumption has been increasing in recent decades as the world population keeps growing.

5/26/2017
Bank Negara: Provide more affordable housing

There is a growing shortage of affordable housing and increasing surplus in commercial property, according to Bank Negara.

5/26/2017
All Govt schools to have high-speed Internet by next year

All government schools will be equipped with high speed Internet service by next year, making digital learning for millions of students a reality in Malaysia.

5/25/2017
Alibaba to Lead $1 Billion Funding for Chinese Food Startup

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and its financial services affiliate plan to lead an investment round of at least $1 billion in Ele.me, one of the largest players in a crowded Chinese food-delivery service arena, people familiar with the matter say.

5/25/2017
Singapore Sees Growth Exceeding 2% in 2017 as Exports Climb

Singapore’s government gave an upbeat outlook on the economy, saying it will probably expand more than 2 percent this year as exports continue to strengthen.

5/25/2017
Najib urges commitment from all to treat industrial waste responsibly and protect water resources

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today urged industry players to treat all kinds of effluent and industrial waste responsibly to protect the country's sources of clean water supply.

5/20/2017
Putin-Xi embrace masks misgivings on Belt and Road project

On the sidelines of Beijing’s Belt and Road forum on China’s multibillion dollar regional infrastructure programme, Chinese president Xi Jinping told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that their countries were the “ballast stone” of world stability.

5/20/2017
Amazon's 49,000% Gain: The Most 'Super' of 'Superstocks' Since 1926

Finding the next Amazon.com, which first sold shares to the public 20 years ago this week, is hard. In fact, finding the last Amazon was hard, too.

5/17/2017
Microsoft sees its future at the 'intelligent edge'

Nadella sketches out plans for post-smartphone platform that will depend heavily on AI.

5/17/2017
At Cannes, a Rich History of Capturing Politics, Mores and Film Icons

The world was just catching its breath after World War II when the Cannes Film Festival began in 1946.
 

5/17/2017
Rogue cops exploiting loopholes to earn dirty money

ROGUE cops who work hand-in-glove with drug lords use loopholes in the anti-narcotics operational framework to “earn” dirty money on the job.

5/17/2017
Pahang biker teacher rides into hearts of social media users

Teacher Ahmad Saidin Mohd Idris has literally become an overnight internet sensation after an article about him riding his motorcycle 135km daily to teach at SK Lenjang, Lipis, was published online yesterday.

5/15/2017
Global alert to prepare for fresh cyber attacks

Businesses must brace for further cyber attacks this week on a potentially “significant scale”, British intelligence officials warned on Sunday, less than 48 hours after the debilitating WannaCry infection swept across the world.

5/15/2017
All About Bitcoin, the Mysterious Digital Currency

As the hackers behind the global ransomware attack demand payment in Bitcoin, here is a look at the basics behind the electronic currency.

5/15/2017
ShopBack's chief commercial officer is at ease with ambiguity

For many, taking a drastic 70 per cent pay cut would be a financial nightmare, but Ms Candice Ong is "super glad" she did just that.

5/15/2017
More Singapore companies consider moving to Hong Kong bourse

The competition between the Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the stock exchange of Hong Kong for listings looks set to intensify as more companies here mull over moves to head to the Republic's rival to raise capital.

5/15/2017
Singapore frees up land for high-tech farming

Singapore, one of the most urbanised nations on earth, is making land available for agriculture for the first time in decades for farmers to come up with high­-tech ways of improving the city-­state’s food security.

5/14/2017
Crypto currency offerings spur speculation frenzy

Using digital money loaned on an online exchange, IT staff at mainly financial services companies are betting on “alt-coins” during working hours.

5/14/2017
TV stars take the stage to pitch for advertisers' dollars

As US networks’ make ‘upfront’ presentations to marketers, rivals are adding a new twist.

5/14/2017
Tesco turns to solar in Paris climate accord pledge

Grocery chain seeks to secure all of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

5/14/2017
Europe’s new political divisions

Emmanuel Macron’s election as president of France received few more rapturous welcomes than that given by Sylvie Goulard, a liberal French politician in the European Parliament and ally of the 39­year­old new head of state. “Finally! Finally, Europe and France reconciled!&rdqu...

5/14/2017
China's 'Silicon Valley' applies tech prowess to Belt and Road

Beijing innovation center welcomes commercial collaborations with foreign counterparts.

5/14/2017
Sino-UK ties on Belt and Road perfect fit

James Sassoon calls complementary skills and a 'classic win-win' for the two sides

5/14/2017
Xi's philosophy for engaging with the world embodied in initiative

The Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation will be held on Sunday and Monday. How does the initiative express President Xi Jinping's political philosophy with respect to China's foreign and domestic policy?

5/14/2017
Belt And Road Forum For International Cooperation

The forum, to be held in Beijing from May 14-15, is the highest-level meeting of its kind since the Belt and Road Initiative was proposed in 2013.

5/12/2017
BT tries to reset fortunes with restructuring plan

British telecoms group will cut 4,000 jobs and lower dividend after difficult year.

5/12/2017
Woes deepen at US department stores

Investors who have been hoping that American department stores will have a better start to the year following the annus horribilis of 2016 were left sorely disappointed on Thursday.

5/12/2017
Singapore, a Rising Home for Quiet Money, Comes Under Pressure

The world has changed since the days when Swiss banks stood as the peak of privacy for the rich.

5/11/2017
Emmanuel Macron, Donald Trump and a moment for optimism

The French election serves as a reminder that voters will listen to a reasoned case.

5/11/2017
Awful iPhone Videos Are Ruining Our Memories. Here's a Remedy

Shaky, blurry videos are all the rage, but do you really want to preserve your precious memories as a pixelated mess? An easy guide to making your iPhone footage more cinematic.

5/11/2017
Europe's Fashion Brands Expand in U.S. Even as American Stores Close Doors

U.S. retailers are closing stores at a record pace—but that isn’t keeping European brands away; H&M, Zara, Primark and Reiss push deeper into the American market.

5/11/2017
China Tells Facebook to 'Come Learn From Us' on Censoring Content

Facebook’s 7,500 content reviewers wouldn’t be enough to meet standards in China, executives there say.

5/5/2017
Facebook May Unveil VR Dating Show, Other Originals at Cannes Lions

Facebook is getting ready to unveil a slate of professionally-produced serialized long-form shows.

5/5/2017
DFTZ – the wheels of change

The concept of “change” is often scary, hard and uncomfortable. As we enter the digital economy, change is something that is necessary and unavoidable, for the betterment of the country and all Malaysians.

5/5/2017
China fund fears creep up in Malaysian market

Fears of companies from China not putting their money in Malaysian government projects, following the surprise cancellation of a deal that would have given a state-owned Chinese firm a stake in the development of the prestigious Bandar Malaysia project, caused sentiment on Bursa Malaysia to go so...

5/4/2017
Apple Buys More Company Debt Than World's Biggest Bond Funds

The iPhone-maker has $148 billion of its record $257 billion cash pile invested in corporate debt alone, according to a company filing from Wednesday.

5/4/2017
HSBC Revenue Gain Raises Prospect For Growth After Shrinking

HSBC Holdings Plc’s investors are seeing a glimpse of what they want after years of shrinking: a return to revenue growth.