Kuala Lumpur, 17 September 2019 – The International Islamic Leadership Forum & Awards which is jointly organized by Asia Pacific Business Council for Sustainability and IKON Malaysia Magazine will... Read more »

In Philippines’ bid to abandon plastic, incentives are needed, experts say

In February this year, hundreds of volunteers participated in a coastal cleanup of Manila Bay, where 45.59 tonnes of garbage were collected.  The waste sector in the Philippines has... Read more »

Pursuit of profit won’t solve climate crisis

Children in Chư Păh District, Gialai province, Vietnam smile and give peace signs. A new book highlights that tackling climate change requires changing capitalist economic structure and enabling people... Read more »

This ‘Toy Story 4’ X Reebok Sneakers Will Make You Fly To Infinity And Beyond

Shut up and take our money, Reebok! If you’re a Disney/Pixar kid at heart, 2019 is definitely your year because tonnes of your favourite childhood movies are coming out... Read more »

Alex Morgan’s Sleep Habits That Set Her Up for Success

Soccer superstar Alex Morgan shares her tips for scoring a good night’s sleep. Alex Morgan put five balls in the back of the net during America’s 13-0 drubbing of Thailand in... Read more »

7-Eleven Now Delivers to Parks and Beaches

The 7NOW delivery app allows your order to be delivered to public locations including parks, beaches, sports fields and entertainment venues. Convenience store chain 7-Eleven really wants you to... Read more »


Microsoft Malaysia MD K Raman (left) with PLUS Malaysia MD Azman Ismail MALAYSIA’S largest expressway service provider, PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS), on June 25 announced a partnership with Microsoft... Read more »

Uncertainty should be friend, not foe, of investors: Fidelity International 2H outlook

Investors should ride the wave of market uncertainty instead of shying away. And Asia Pacific is where investors should focus on for opportunities due to its combination of emerging... Read more »

French retail giant Carrefour leads retreat from China as ‘underdog’ hypermarkets lose dominance

Hypermarkets, hailed as game changers in China’s retail industry as recently as two decades ago, have been pushed aside by the popularity of smartphone-enabled payments and online shopping. Carrefour,... Read more »

Study: Robots to take 20 million jobs by 2030, worsening inequality

A technician adjusts an industrial robot as it stands on the production line of Guangdong Shiyi Furniture Co in Foshan, China.  WASHINGTON: Robots are expected to take over some... Read more »