KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 16): The High Court today reversed a Sessions Court order allowing former Sabah chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman to be given his impounded passport to travel abroad for medical treatment.
Musa, 68, who was to have been allowed to use the passport from Jan 15 to Feb 10 to travel only to Singapore and London, will have to return the document to the Sessions Court today.
Citigroup Inc offered an uncharacteristically blunt assessment of the pay gap between men and women in its global workforce Wednesday, revealing female employees earn 29% less than men do.
The disclosure — a comparison of median total compensation —offers a more complete picture of pay, compared with the figures Citigroup and other big banks released last year under pressure from shareholders in the U.S. and regulators in the U.K.
With the new funding round, Bukalapak aims to continue on innovating for small businesses in Indonesia Indonesian e-commerce and fintech startup Bukalapak today announced an undisclosed funding round by Mirae Asset-Naver Asia Growth Fund, a joint venture between Seoul-based Mirae Financial Group and Naver, the company behind LINE Messenger service. The announcement confirmed a report […]
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