• Third Time Unlucky for Takeda and Shire

    Third Time Unlucky for Takeda and Shire

    Shire has rejected Takeda’s three offers to buy it, and there may not be much more wiggle room to sweeten the bid.

  • P&G Needs a Workout, Not Vitamins

    P&G Needs a Workout, Not Vitamins

    European dietary supplements won’t cure what ails Procter & Gamble. The consumer products maker should focus on fixing its core business to resume growth.

  • Publicis Shows WPP Has Long Road to Recovery

    Publicis Shows WPP Has Long Road to Recovery

    It has taken at least four years for global ad giant Publicis to get its house in order. That provides a cautionary tale for WPP as it deals with the drama of Martin Sorrell’s exit.

  • Will ‘Fortnite’ Ambush Profits at Rival Videogames?

    Will ‘Fortnite’ Ambush Profits at Rival Videogames?

    The impact of the surprise gaming phenomenon “Fortnite” on rival video-game makers should become more clear over the next couple of weeks when quarterly results are reported.

  • Vietnam suggested being well-prepared for promising 5G technology

    Vietnam suggested being well-prepared for promising 5G technology

    Opposite voices have been given at the international conference on 4G/5G technologies in Hanoi about whether Vietnam should prepare itself for the upcoming 5G technology while the 4G one has just been adopted. It was then concluded that the development of 5G technology was the inevitable, and that Vietnam should be properly-prepared if it did not want to be left behind.

  • Cyber security becoming urgent issue in Vietnam

    Cyber security becoming urgent issue in Vietnam

    Just like other countries in the modern world, Vietnam is significantly affected by complicated and rapid changes of cyber security. These changes have posed risks and challenges to each individual, organization, and company. They even issue dire threats to national security.

  • Microchip development program to be purposely implemented in HCMC

    Microchip development program to be purposely implemented in HCMC

    To take full advantage of the Resolution No.54/2017 of the National Assembly, Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) People’s Committee Tran Vinh Tuyen has just insisted on the need to attract talents, experts, and scientists for the city's microchip development program.

  • New science and technology business opened in HCMC

    New science and technology business opened in HCMC

    The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Science and Technology has just approved and presented a certificate of science and technology business to Hoang Linh Biotech Limited Company.