Malaysia ranks third when it comes to road accident deaths worldwide, surpassing China and India.
Advice from an executive who has faced the disruption caused by digital resonates with Karamjit Singh and is worth listening to.
A deeper look into how Malaysia’s Big Three mobile operators performed in 2015 shows that 2016 is going to be another interesting year for the industry, writes Goh Thean Eu.
Axiata Group posted a 7.8% growth in net profit for the financial year ended Dec 31, 2015, partly helped by forex gains and strong performances from its Sri Lankan, Cambodian and Indian units.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) may be on the cards for mobile telecommunications group Axiata Group Bhd this year, as some of the Asian markets are ripe for consolidation.
Axiata president and group chief executive officer Jamaludin Ibrahim is unfazed by Telekom Malaysia’s entry into the mobile space and believes that this will grow the pie bigger, even as his company posted higher revenue but lower profits.
Axiata Group Bhd posted a slight increase in its fourth quarter earnings and revenue, even while its Indonesian operation was going through a turbulent year.
Celcom Axiata Berhad has announced new appointments in its C-suite management lineup, saying that this was in line with the Group’s ongoing efforts “towards developing talent and strengthening oits Group’s human capital.”
Celcom Axiata Berhad saw quarterly revenue for April to June 2013 hit RM2.01 billion, the first time in the company’s history it passed the quarterly RM2-billion mark, bringing the total to RM3.99 billion for the year to date (YTD), which represented a year-on-year improvement of 4.3%.