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  • Future in the cloud

    02 Feb 2015 : Cloud computing, real-time advanced analytics and the Internet of Things are all representative of trends in technology this year, having the potential to make a significant impact on organisations and influencing the technological landscape, say leading global tech firms.

  • The Nan model

    02 Feb 2015 : Nathnicha Mangkla, a farmer at Ban Nam Pak in Nan's Tha Wang Pha district, was distraught after she saw her three rai of rice plantation destroyed by heavy floods and rockslides on Sept 5, 2008.

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  • AVIATION & TOURISM

    Terminal 2 at Don Mueang set for August

    02 Feb 2015 : Terminal 2 at Bangkok's Don Mueang airport should be ready for commercial operation in seven months following its renovation. 

  • Bridging the Gap

    Careful companies choose ‘the right people’ from the start to fulfil their vision

    02 Feb 2015 : ‘Coach Kriengsak, today I want to discuss how I can find more of the right people,” Darin tells me. “I just finished reviewing last year’s performance by comparing three successful business units with two that performed poorly. The distinguishing factor was the quality of each unit’s leader. It’s clear to me that to achieve the company’s long-term vision, I need to replace those who weren’t the right people.”

  • Sommai learns from history

    02 Feb 2015 : King Chulalongkorn’s teachings encapsulate the management philosophy of Sommai Phasee — decisive yet compromising.

  • Broadcasting

    Grammy upbeat on digital TV

    02 Feb 2015 : GMM Grammy Plc, Thailand's largest entertainment company, insists its financial status remains healthy, with better prospects from two digital TV channels that already have a full content line-up.

  • wealth care

    Employing your spouse and investing after a business fails

    02 Feb 2015 : NnnDear Khun Teera, I would like to seek your advice on a plan for income after retirement. I run my own small business and freelance regularly. My monthly income is about 200,000 baht and my wife works at a private company for a 60,000-baht salary. We have two children studying at the high school level. My point is that I want my wife to quit her job and help me at my company, but a proper plan needs to be prepared. I plan to let my wife take care of our 5 million baht in savings after she quits her job, but neither of us has investment experience. We are both in our mid-40s. If we open a stock trading account, we have no idea how to manage our risk exposure. Please advise.

  • Finance issues hit small players

    02 Feb 2015 : Small provincial property developers may struggle to get bank funding to finance residential projects as new, larger rivals blunt their competitiveness and erode their projects' viability.

  • market Monitor

    Bay causes local ripples as global markets drift

    02 Feb 2015 : Recap: Wild swings in Bank of Ayudhya (BAY), among the top five in trading turnover amid rumours of delisting, caused ripples in the Thai market last week. World markets drifted lower on persistent concerns about weaker economic growth.

  • The show goes on at rouble-hit Tiffany's

    02 Feb 2015 : Falling Russian tourist arrivals have significantly hurt the entertainment industry in Pattaya, forcing operators to shift their focus to other groups, particularly Chinese visitors.

  • trade

    Talks planned with Pakistan, Turkey

    02 Feb 2015 : Thailand is set to revive free-trade area negotiations with Pakistan and Turkey soon.

  • BORROWING

    Nod sought on assets as collateral

    02 Feb 2015 : The Finance Ministry is poised to seek cabinet approval to allow assets that have economic value to be used as collateral for borrowing.

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