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101. business | 26 Jan 2015
» It is the start of the New Year and for most companies it is annual performance appraisal season. Most likely, you and your employee will have a conversation and discuss in what areas he or she should improve this year a...
102. news | 26 Jan 2015
» The euro briefly sank to a new 11-year low against the dollar in early Asian trade Monday after anti-austerity party Syriza swept to victory in Greece's general elections.
103. lifestyle | 23 Jan 2015
» As the Year of the Horse gallops into the last lap, the Chinese New Year, beginning on Feb 19, is now less than one month away.
104. business | 22 Jan 2015
» Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation plans to set up a new business unit in Thailand this year to rev up sales in Indochina, expecting to sell 125,000 vehicles in the region by 2018 from 54,900 units sold last yea...
105. news | 19 Jan 2015
» Ivory Coast captain Yaya Toure, the reigning African footballer of the year, admits he is enjoying the responsibility that comes with leading the Elephants' new generation into this year's Africa Cup of Nations
106. news | 10 Jan 2015
» Traffic congestion has long been a challenge for City Hall. Year-in, year-out, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) searches for new ways to ease congestion.
107. lifestyle | 07 Jan 2015
» For the year-end festivity, I treated myself to the Opera Siam production of Mozart's “Die Zauberflöte”, “The Magic Flute”, directed by Somtow Sucharitkul, at the Thailand Cultural Center, which took place at three ...
108. news | 07 Jan 2015
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» New Year's holiday road fatalities fell 7% this year compared to last, with 341 people killed during the "seven dangerous days" of the festive season that ended on Monday.
109. news | 06 Jan 2015
» Oil prices tumbled Tuesday to fresh 5.5-year lows as Saudi Arabia blamed weak global economic growth and said it will stick to its guns on production policy.
110. business | 06 Jan 2015
» HONG KONG - Asian markets tumbled Tuesday following painful losses in New York and Europe while the euro sat near nine-year lows as political uncertainty in Greece fanned renewed fears it could leave the eurozone.