• Issues  |  OCTOBER 8, 2015 8:00AM

    Keeping education apolitical

    Having discussed the Constitution, rising religious extremism and corruption among other things in the previous parts of the interview, the conversation with former Treasury secretary-general Mohd Sheriff Mohd Kassim turns to education and racial unity in this part of the series.

  • Issues  |  OCTOBER 7, 2015 8:00AM

    On corruption, liberty and political funding

    In the third part of the KINIBIZ interview with Mohd Sheriff Mohd Kassim, the former Treasury secretary-general shares his perspective on corruption, the freedom of Malaysians as well as the independence of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission

  • Enterprise, Issues  |  OCTOBER 6, 2015 10:00AM

    Building respect: The journey of The Otomotif College

    The Otomotif College was established in 2004 and is now making a name for itself in the industry of educational institutions. It is a growing automotive college providing its students with learning experience in automotive and motorsport education, as well …

  • Issues  |  OCTOBER 6, 2015 8:00AM

    Finding a place for religion in governance

    The Malaysian Constitution guarantees religious freedom, but how much freedom especially for the Muslim individual? Meanwhile the clashes between Syariah law and civil law grow despite clear constitutional boundaries, requiring urgent resolution lest the nation slip into a downward spiral.

  • Issues  |  OCTOBER 5, 2015 8:00AM

    Returning to the Constitution

    A constitution, as well as the fundamental principles it represents, is the bedrock of a nation’s governance. But what happens when the constitution’s supremacy is encroached upon, as is the case with Malaysia’s in recent times?

  • Enterprise, Issues  |  SEPTEMBER 29, 2015 10:30AM

    Eversendai’s steel maestro breaks new ground

    AK Nathan, founder of Eversendai, made his name helping to construct iconic skyscrapers such as Burj Al Arab and Petronas Twin Tower 2. Now, he is taking a crack at the oil & gas business. KINIBIZ talks to the steel …

  • Issues  |  SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 8:00AM

    Car Wars

    Proton used to be the poster child of the automotive industry and it was protected to ensure its survival at the expense of quality and affordable cars for Malaysians. But now with Perodua having overtaken it in terms of sales …

  • Enterprise, Issues  |  SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 8:00AM

    From voice to WiFi & data

    Few companies survived the dotcom crash of the late ’90s, and fewer still have managed to reinvent themselves to become true players in the convergence space. However, REDtone International Bhd successfully achieved that, transitioning from voice to data, as company …

  • Issues  |  SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 8:00AM

    Sime Darby can create value and cut debt by breaking up

    Eight years after a mega merger exercise, the behemoth that is Sime Darby has lost more than a fifth of its market value and is mired in some RM18 billion in debt. Regaining lost ground and advancing beyond likely means …

  • Enterprise, Issues  |  SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 10:00AM

    Lelong positions itself as e-commerce enabler

    Richard Tan quit his profession as a chartered accountant to set up Interbase Resources, which owns one of Malaysia’s most popular e-commerce sites He talks to KINIBIZ about the business surviving the dotcom bust of the early 2000s, how …