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21. business | 11 Nov 2013
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» We city folk sometimes assume that everyone everywhere is like us, sharing the trends we chase after, the lifestyle we adopt and the privileges we enjoy. Take the categorisation of Gen Y — an entire generation thought to...
22. tech | 02 Dec 2013
» Israeli hi-tech has become the target of a buying frenzy, with startups sparking investment bids and a flurry of mergers and acquisitions unseen since the dotcom bubble burst in 2000.
23. learning | 07 Jun 2013
» Used cars usually retain value at 30% of new price. Likely drop to 50% of new car price with govt 1st car scheme flood of new cars.
24. business | 08 Nov 2013
» Mazda Motor Corporation, a Japanese car maker, is considering investing in the eco-car project phase two to beef up its market share in Thailand.
25. tech | 25 Oct 2013
» Shocked by evidence of eavesdropping on government communications, Brazilian police intend to ask US permission to question the heads of tech giants, Globo television reported Friday.
26. business | 23 Oct 2013
» Japanese car giant Toyota Motor Corporation has declared its intention to participate in the second phase of Thailand's eco-car scheme.
27. business | 18 Oct 2013
» Car makers are vowing to clear 130,000 vehicles by year-end from back orders incurred under the first-time car buyer scheme.
28. news | 13 Oct 2013
» The Metropolitan Police Bureau has ordered 14 roads closed from Sunday afternoon after being told that anti-government protesters at the Uruphong intersection may march to Government House Monday in defiance of the Inter...
29. tech | 16 Nov 2013
» Looking to a new role, NATO is pressing ahead with a high-tech, high-security headquarters to replace the supposedly temporary residence it ended up having to use for 50 years.
30. tech | 11 Dec 2013
» Many of the world's leading tech companies call Ireland home, providing a boost for the cash-strapped nation but huge employment opportunities are being missed as Ireland marks the end of its bailout on Sunday.