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Rumours have surfaced that Google is close to launching a telecommunications network of its own. According to leaked information, Google ‘Nova’ is set to launch this year after deals with US carriers Sprint and T-Mobile were agreed. 

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The logo for the Michael Jordan brand of sporting products is probably as recognizable as the swoosh logo of its parent company Nike. Recently, it made headlines again for a less-than-positive reason.

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Darrell Winnfield, the most prolific of the Marlboro Men, died this week at age 85. Winnfield’s flinty visage was the basis for the character and he appeared in eight out of 10 of the iconic cigarette advertisements at one point.

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McDonald's Japan has apologised to customers and vowed to ensure product safety after objects including a tooth and plastic were found recently in its food, the latest trouble for a fast-food chain hit by sliding sales and a shortage of french fries. - See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/world/article/mcdonalds-japan-apologises-after-tooth-plastic-found-in-food#sthash.09KuesjJ.dpuf

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With the extensive amount of information that we have access to on a daily basis, infographics are becoming an efficient way to convey data effectively these days.

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PETALING JAYA: Low-profile businessman Datuk Dr Yu Kuan Chon made a big mark on the market in 2014 as two of the stocks he invested in turned out to be top performers.

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In the last two weeks, we’ve heard news of BusinessInsider.myClive, Fairways, Mint closing down. These were all owned by the publisher of SAYS.my, Rev Asia. In other news, teen mag Seventeen Malaysia and Chinese women’s mag Jessica Malaysia are also closing down. In other news, Yahoo! has cut its entire Malaysian editorial department (incidentally, Yahoo! syndicates content from CILISOS LEGALLY peepur!) and Bernama TV can’t afford to pay its staff.

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