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    Want to be invincible? Learn to innovate

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 16/09/2019

    » If a company is continuously reinventing itself, it has a good chance of staying ahead of the competition. The problem for many companies is that once they become successful, or find a business model that works, they tend to focus on that and forget to renew themselves, says Alexander Osterwalder, a Swiss business theorist and author.

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    It's a transglobal affair

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 10/09/2019

    » The summer festival season in Europe, North America and Japan draws to a close this month as bands rest up from touring and take a break before the end-of-year festive season. Those bands that have put out summer releases hope that their albums reach the various charts and get decent airplay; others, meanwhile, have waited for the end of the season to release their new music, so we have a mixture of hot releases from the summer and new ones just released.


    Lifelong learning is the future of work

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 10/09/2019

    » In the year 2030, you may be working in a job that doesn't even exist yet. We're not talking about flying cars or developing the world's first time machine. The requirements, levels and styles of all kinds of work are evolving very fast, which means you need to understand how you can prepare for future roles that may emerge.


    Apple apologises over Siri privacy mishaps

    Business, Published on 30/08/2019

    » SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc apologised for privacy mishaps surrounding its Siri voice assistant on Wednesday and said that it would no longer retain audio recordings of Siri interactions, among other changes.


    The trade war could be fuelling the Amazon fires

    News, David Fickling, Published on 26/08/2019

    » The fires currently consuming Brazil's Amazon rainforest seem a world away from the tense diplomacy in the US trade war with China. In truth, they're more closely connected than you might suspect.


    34th ASEAN Summit Marks a Milestone

    Published on 26/07/2019

    » Nowhere else on earth could shadow puppets, Khon, Chinese opera, contemporary dance with Hanuman riding a Segway with an Ipad in his hand, be so harmoniously combined together in one single performance than a show presented in an ASEAN Member State. That was how “Vivid ASEAN,” one of the key performances at the Opening Ceremony of the 34th ASEAN Summit held during June 22-23, 2019 in Bangkok, was presented.


    Pace plans restructuring of Dean & DeLuca to stem losses

    Business, Darana Chudasri, Published on 19/07/2019

    » SET-listed Pace Development Corporation Plc, the Bangkok-based owner of Dean & DeLuca, is set to revamp the ailing gourmet grocer business by splitting operations in Asia and the US for business restructuring.

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    The new gold

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 21/06/2019

    » Ah, Bangkok -- the city of traffic, dangerous sidewalks, delicious street food, scammy taxi drivers and jumping-on-the-bandwagoners. Bangkokians love getting on the latest trend and craze, so when the salted egg phenomenon hit, it was only a matter of time before we were swimming with all things kai khem. Lo and behold, we are now living in the age of the salted egg. Everywhere you look, there seems to be a special salted egg dish or snack that you can try. If you're feeling overwhelmed, I get you. If you're wondering how the heck salted egg is a thing, I get you, too. I wasn't entirely sure myself. But in the spirit of top-notch investigative journalism that we are known for at Guru (wot?!), I decided to embark on a salty journey. For the sake of you, dear readers, and so that you don't have to gorge yourselves on everything salted egg, we present salted egg delicacies the city has to offer, with the real question answered: Yay, Nay or Meh.


    Thailand still chasing elusive unicorn

    Business, William Hicks, Published on 28/05/2019

    » As the second largest economy in Asean, it remains a point of wounded pride that Thailand still lacks a major internationally recognised startup.


    Line, Workpoint launch combined rating format

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 24/05/2019

    » Line Thailand and Workpoint Entertainment Plc have collaborated to introduce the "combined reach rating", a measure that combines user viewership of both online and offline platforms for advertising agencies to maximise ad spending and increase revenue sources for content owners.

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