Nation’s vacancy rate is the worst since 2008.
'Jim' speeds up and improves quality of initial screening of job applicants.
LTAT chairman Mohd Zahidi Zainuddin says unaudited net profit was RM221 million, a decrease of 51.9% from the year before.
Lim Kit Siang has forgotten that Mahathir’s first stint as prime minister was marked by sensational financial scandals and the 1MDB scandal was possible because of the political system Mahathir had created.
Research think tank calls for holistic plan as investors still cautious.
The company says it does not want to get delisted and is determined to submit a regularisation plan to emerge from the PN17 status imposed by Bursa Malaysia.
Money can be one of the biggest generators of problems, arguments, and resentment in long-term relationships if not handled correctly at the very start.
EAC members, although capable, cannot be expected to think of everything alone.
More than a week into the game of chicken between President Donald Trump and Democrats in Congress, the publication and recording of statistical indicators are being delayed.
With the withdrawal of the appeal, the acquittal of Khairuddin Abu Hassan and Matthias Chang by the Sessions Court is confirmed.
This would mean that the Sessions Court's decision last year to acquit them of sabotaging the nation's banking and financial services remains.
Saying the government will need a huge sum of money if it wants to abolish highway tolls, two economists suggest that it consider other ways to ensure a win-win situation.
King praises the government’s commitment towards promoting better financial practices and thanks the people for contributing towards Tabung Harapan Malaysia.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that capital outflow has increased and the ringgit and stock market are not doing well as the government has not come up with new economic policies that inspire confidence.
Financial planner Robert Foo says initiatives such as the Anak Malaysia Trust Fund must have features which will encourage people to save.
The prime minister tells the New York Times that Najib’s government ‘raped’not just 1MDB but also other govt-funded initiatives.
He says local banks were forced to enter into mergers with other peninsula banks, resulting in them being swallowed up during Dr Mahathir Mohamad's time as prime minister.
Sabah’s accounting records praised for being up-to-date and maintained in an organised manner.
AAM has debts totalling RM4.5 million and the building can be sold for RM7.5 million, but there are doubts about how the funds from the sale would be used.
Financial Times report also notes Bank Negara statistics indicate loan growth has been decelerating over the past year.