Author: Goh Thean Eu

Veritas expects double-digit momentum to continue this year
More than 80% of organisations' data are either invisible, or useless IT's role becoming increasingly important, as they need to manage with various data-related issues and challenges
We are very excited about the opportunities ahead: Adobe CEO
 Digital Marketing revenue has been growing annually since 2010 However, percentage of revenue contribution to the group's overall revenue has been rather flattish
Shazalli to take on TM group CEO role, challenges ahead
Former Celcom CEO Shazalli Ramly has been appointed as Telekom Malaysia's new group CEO, as current TM CEO Zamzamzairani Isa will retire end of April this year. DNA looks at Zamzamzairani and Shazalli's achievements, and Shazalli's challenges ahead.
2017 will be a breakout year: Frontier Digital Ventures founder
Malaysian-based Frontier Digital Ventures Ltd expects 2017 to be a breakout year. Founder and CEO Shaun Di Gregorio shares with DNA the reasons for his optimism.
HelloGold's goal: To have a platform where everyone can buy gold securely
HelloGold, a startup operating a gold savings platform, has big goals. CEO Robin Lee shares the game plan with DNA.
Celcom eyes postpaid lead in 2017, as it works on regaining prepaid momentum
  Currently has 2.96 mil postpaid customers, just 10,000 shy from the market leader Maxis In the midst of revamping its dealer hierarchy
Telco battleground 2016: Good year for Maxis and Digi, not so for Celcom
  2016 saw Digi jumped to pole position in total subscribers market share Surprisingly, Celcom is now just 0.2 percentage points behind Maxis in terms of postpaid subscribers market share
Axiata going all-out to regain Celcom's lost ground
Celcom, a wholly-owned unit of Axiata, has been the group's top revenue contributor for many years. However, its business has been going through a challenging period over the past two years -- in particularly, its prepaid business.
Axiata's full year results: Net profit dives 80%, Celcom disappoints
Regional telecommunications company Axiata Group Bhd's 2016 full year net profit dived 80% at RM657 million, mainly due to higher foreign exchange loss and poor performance by its Malaysian unit Celcom Axiata Bhd.
Kronologi net profit more than double despite weaker sales in Malaysia
Full year net profit more than double to RM7.43 million, while revenue jumps 32.5% to RM81.28 million, mainly driven by stronger overseas business.
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