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Remote Workers More Productive – Coronavirus Will Change The Future Of Business & Office

The concept of “work from home” or remote work has been in the market for decades – even centuries. Some said working remotely has been around between 1.4 and 1.9 million years ago. Obviously, modern office did not exist back then. Communities would pool their resources to make tools, hunt animals, gather fruits, ground grains, […]

... written on May 14 2020

Why Use Vinyl Banners For Advertising Campaigns

It’s true that the world has evolved immensely. Each passing day, something new is discovered, something different is created. Cities expand and societies multiply. The world we live in is becoming more and more advanced and we continually find ways to make life more convenient (read more). To be extra specific, businesses tirelessly looks for […]

... written on May 01 2020

2 Billion Yuan Jackpot – Huawei To Reward Its 194,000 Staff With Mega Bonus & Double October Salary

Some 6 months after Trump administration officially banned Huawei, the Chinese tech company is still alive and kicking. Even though the war is not over, the battle has been well fought. During this period, key U.S. components and software like Google’s Android operating system, Synopsys’ semiconductor design tools and Skyworks’ radio frequency chips remain unreachable to Huawei.   […]

... written on Nov 12 2019

Unstoppable!! – Huawei Expects Smartphone To Grow 20% In 2020 Even With Trump Blacklisting In Place

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei once predicted the Chinese tech giant would be hit so badly by the U.S. ban that it could earn US$30 billion less revenue for the year. That amount was later reduced to US$10 billion. On Tuesday (Nov 5), some five months after Mr. Ren first made the shocking prediction, […]

... written on Nov 06 2019

Kowtow To China? – Cook Explains Why Apple Removed A Popular App Used By Hong Kong Protesters

Apple removed a popular app from its App Store on Thursday (Oct 10), after repeatedly flip-flopped on whether to allow the app to be used by Hong Kong protesters. At first, the iPhone maker rejected the app earlier this month, only to make a U-turn and made it available for download a few days later, before ultimately […]

... written on Oct 11 2019

France Slaps “Digital Tax” On Tech Giants – All Eyes On Trump If He Dares Start A New Trade War

Against the threat of retaliation – even trade war – from the United States, the French have decided to slap a new tax on American companies. On Thursday (July 11), France’s Senate approved “3% digital tax” on the revenues of multinational firms and tech giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon. Trump administration warned that such […]

... written on Jul 12 2019

Indonesia Riots – 6 Dead, 200 Injured, Anti-Chinese Fake News Spread As Sore Loser Prabowo Rejects Defeat

Former general Prabowo Subianto lost to Joko Widodo in the 2014 Indonesian presidential election, capturing only 46.85% popular vote. President “Jokowi” Joko Widodo won more than 8 million votes. This year, Mr. Prabowo again tried his luck. The voter turnout – 81.93% – the highest in Indonesian presidential electoral history, saw Jokowi slaughtered Prabowo again […]

... written on May 23 2019

Here’re Some Financial Secrets Revealed As Saudi Aramco Raises Money Through $10 Billion Bond Sale

Very little was known about Saudi Aramco, the world’s biggest oil producer. Now, as the organization that produces about 10% of the world’s crude raises cash from the international financial market through bond sales, its financial secrets have slowly emerged. As part of a global roadshow, Aramco is now forced to reveal secrets closely guarded since […]

... written on Apr 02 2019

As Huawei Hits $100 Billion Revenue, Chairman Said The U.S. Has “Loser’s Attitude” & “Table Manners” Problem

Despite worldwide political pressure, especially from the superpower United States, Huawei’s revenue grew 19.5% in 2018 – hitting US$100 billion. For the financial year 2018, Huawei, which overtook Ericsson in 2012 as the largest telecommunications-equipment manufacturer in the world, hit 721.2 billion Yuan (US$107.45 billion; £82.38 billion; RM438.67 billion) in sales.   The Chinese company which overtook Apple in […]

... written on Mar 30 2019

Insult Putin At Your Own Peril – You Can Now Be Jailed For Insulting Russian President Under A New Law

Vladimir Putin has reinforced his dictatorship after the Russian president signed a controversial law that make it a crime for anyone dares insult him, state symbols and government officials. The newly introduced “Internet Insults” law means individuals will face fines and up to 15 days in jail if they publish material online that disrespect society, […]

... written on Mar 19 2019









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