- Published on 22 July 2014
"Unless we assume the world is at war constantly and all that airspace is a threat, it just doesn't make sense for the commercial world," Tom Casey, a former commercial pilot who flew Boeing 777s, told NBC News.
- Published on 17 July 2014
ASSOCIATING hobbies with making money is a relatively new idea. Tell this to the generation of baby boomers or gen x-ers and you’ll be sure to find them skeptical that something meant to be nothing but a time passing activity can generate an income.
- Published on 15 July 2014
It is inevitable to have a vehicle of you own as for the current times, it is the mode of transportation of choice still even with average transportation system in hand in Malaysia, and have been a driving factor to those wanting to own one.
- Published on 14 July 2014
We all place our elected representatives on a higher moral pedestal which is expected of them in public office. When Kinabatangan MP Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin tweeted his Hitler salutation in the euphoria of Germany’s win over Brazil in the recent World Cup semi-final and followed up with an apology after being publicly censured by the Prime Minister, many Malaysians find his casual apology insincere and even worse, bordering on sarcasm.
- Published on 13 July 2014
A DEFENSIVE “mother ship” will be despatched to waters off the east coast of Sabah to battle cross-border criminals.
- Published on 12 July 2014
Literature on how to lead a happier life is endless. We spend time poring over words on how to lead joyful existences -- and while there are certain hacks we can tap into in order to reach happiness -- the truth is, we're ultimately in charge of what we think (which in turn affects how we feel).
- Published on 10 July 2014
The conventional wisdom is that women drive shopping trends because they control up to 80% of household spending. However, men drive nearly as much e-commerce spending in the U.S. as women, a new report from BI Intelligence finds.