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Chinese Investor Says Female Bosses are Bad, Malaysia Hiring Decline to Slow, Samsung to Highlight Safety Measures

Audrey Raj | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Angeline Teh

25-Jan-17 12:00

Chinese Investor Says Female Bosses are Bad, Malaysia Hiring Decline to Slow, Samsung to Highlight Safety Measures
  • In today’s Enterprise Biz Bytes, Angeline Teh, Arvindh Yuvaraj and Audrey Raj talk about: 

     

  • A Chinese investor said that female bosses were bad for business

    •The Malaysian hiring decline is to slow in 2017
    Samsung details Note 7 battery findings and highlights future safety measures


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