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Mahathir must stop this passive-aggressive-type leadership

The public is getting more restless over unfulfilled electoral pledges and we need a strong, confident leadership.

Activist Dan Loeb calls on Sony to spin off its semiconductor...

This is the second time Loeb has agitated for changes at Sony, he was unsuccessful in 2013, when Third Point proposed a partial spin-off and initial public offering of the company’s entertainment business.

Apple plans end of iTunes, to reveal glimpses of its next...

Apple is slated to make a plethora of announcements at WWDC 2019.

‘Small changes’ coming to Forest City project, says Johor MB

Osman Sapian says the housing and local government minister will be submitting papers on the proposed changes to the Cabinet.

Time for a change: US Open gets new arena, shot clocks...

The biggest change in the infrastructure of the sprawling complex in the New York borough of Queens will be the unveiling of the new 14,000-seat Louis Armstrong Stadium.

Ali Hamsa lists down govt reforms in first 100 days

Top civil servant says govt has reduced 96 agencies in PM's Department to 48 and is carrying out English tests to improve command of language.

AG to advise Putrajaya to remove laws that block Bar’s independence

Tommy Thomas says amendments to the Legal Profession Act in the past were done to punish the Bar, and that provisions in written law which purport to oust the jurisdiction of the courts must be repealed.

US airlines poised to change Taiwan references as China deadline looms

China set a final deadline of July 25 for the airlines to begin referring to Taiwan as part of China.

No more strict rules for postponing cases, says Bar president

Newly-appointed Chief Justice Richard Malanjum however wants lawyers to give good reasons for seeking adjournments, says George Varughese.

Display Draft KL City Plan 2020 now, says residents’ coalition

Save KL Coalition says it is no use hearing input from DBKL alone as it failed to gazette the plan by 2013.

Don’t be too lusty for reforms, liberals told

Think of those who can't take changes that come too quickly, says Amanah veep.

Beware the lumbering elephant that can derail PH’s reforms

Are the 1.6 million civil servants who have been used to the old style of governance of Barisan Nasional ready to reset their thinking and implement the reforms planned by Pakatan Harapan?

UEFA introduce fourth extra-time sub for next season

Teams will be allowed to make a fourth substitution in Champions League and Europa League matches that go to extra-time from next season, UEFA announced on Tuesday amid other changes.

PH objects to changes by EC on counting ballots, polling agents

PH chief secretary Saifuddin Abdullah says political parties are now required to submit names of polling and counting agents on nomination day.

Formula One 2018: New faces, returning races, and hello to halo

Many rules and other elements of Formula One have been changed or modified for the upcoming season.

GE14: Will Pagoh voters continue to stand by Muhyiddin?

Although he does not confirm he will defend his seat, Muhyiddin Yassin says he has been told his name has become synonymous with the Pagoh constituency and that the voters there know him well.

Kula: Amend Police Act to compensate innocent victims

The Ipoh Barat MP says there must be compensation for families of those injured or killed after being shot by police.

Dr M: PH will make Parliament, senior appointments more democratic

PH chairman says today's Parliament is dysfunctional, but that the opposition will change it for the better and ensure that appointments of senior civil servants are above board.

Shahrir hints at top-level changes in FGV leadership

Felda chairman says finance ministry will make an important announcement soon on the matter.

Parliament passes Bankruptcy (Amendment) Bill 2016

Bill will protect the social guarantor, who does not undertake the role for profit, from being declared bankrupt when the borrower fails to repay the loan.

TMJ to remove deadwood, reduce wastage in FAM

Tunku Ismail wants workers who can contribute and give him sound suggestions to improve standard of football in country.

DAP: Extend civil court jurisdiction to apostasy matters

Padungan Assemblyman Wong King Wei says the amendment for civil courts to mediate divorce and child custody cases is not “good enough”.

Making one lifestyle change at a time?

Make more for even better results, says new study.