Transparency International Malaysia president Muhammad Mohan warns that the government will expect any NGO receiving aid not to be critical towards its decisions or policies.
Finance minister says the issuance of the bond comes at no cost to the federal government.
US universities are taking a closer look at their collaborations with Chinese technology companies considering the US-China trade conflict.
The cash infusion is coming from existing investors with the company’s valuation could climb to as much as US$10 billion in a subsequent round.
The latest move was opposed by congressional Democrats, who also criticised a March transfer of US$1 billion in military money to fund the wall.
The National Aviator's Guild says not receiving the previously agreed upon funding has resulted in the airline being grounded indefinitely.
Utico plans to keep Hyflux's main businesses and to retain current management.
Tesla's plan to issue shares and convertible debt comes after the company repeatedly pushed back forecasts for turning a profit.
Mathews started Fnatic in 2004 with US$40,000 in family funds and help from his mother, Anne.
Oman Aviation Group plans to raise the funds through a sale of assets or by taking on more debt.
Economic affairs minister says there will be no federal government allocation to revive the project.
OYO, which raised US$1 billion last year from investors, operates in India, China, Britain, Dubai, Indonesia and Malaysia.
A clear policy from the government is also needed to train 200,000 TVET students annually.
Only naive people would think that a political despot donates for altruistic reasons.
From registering your business to getting funding to kick-start your venture, it takes a lot of gumption to make it work, no matter what the challenges are.
UKM’s Teo Kok Seong says there is no issue of putting the cart before the horse.
Trump says in a tweet that if Democrats didn’t give him all the wall money he’s demanded, he may use executive action to build it.
Jolie spends three days visiting the camps to "assess" the needs of the Rohingya and the challenges that Bangladesh faced as a host country.
Google, Tencent and JD.com have invested in Go-Jek earlier.
Think tank's decision follows concerns and foreign press report that these funds may compromise its independence and the trust people have in it.
Niantic was spun off from Google in 2015 and is headed by longtime Google executive John Hanke.
Lawmakers will depart Washington with Trump and Senate Democrats seemingly as entrenched in their positions as ever.
The case stirred heavy criticism of Egypt and raised concerns over restrictions on civil society.
Washington paid only a first instalment of US$60 million out of the promised US$365 million before announcing in August that it would halt all future donations.