Mahathir seeks to recover US$4.5bil 1MDB funds, Goldman fees
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will seek to recoup US$4.5bil of funds that were potentially lost through 1MDB, as well as fees paid to Goldman Sachs Group Inc., according to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
A major shift in the way we share and consume educational content Be it instant streaming of movies, online home delivery of food or car rental services, the on-demand economy is expanding at a very fast pace covering all sectors of business. So, why should the education sector be left behind? Further, the education industry […]
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Cryptocurrency exchanges may not be as safe as we first thought. A report from the state of New York’s attorney general has revealed that most exchanges do not have basic consumer protections in place, leaving them vulnerable to manipulation. “Many virtual currency platforms lack the necessary policies and procedures to ensure the fairness, integrity, and security of their exchanges,” state Attorney General Barbara Underwood said in a statement. “Most platforms seem to cater to professional, automated traders, with many venues offering special pricing and other features to such traders, leaving retail customers at a disadvantage.” As pointed out by The… This story continues at The Next Web