Second interim dividend of 4.9 sen per share or RM381 million, payable to shareholders on Sept 28.
Two founders with a love for the environment want to disrupt the current recycling system with a smart reverse vending machine.
Telekom Malaysia’s share price sees biggest fall among telco stocks following ministry announcement on lower broadband prices.
Local investment bank expects mobile industry revenue to be flat going forward.
Digi and Maxis see marginal declines, while Celcom shows clear improvement.
Enables both marketing and reward collaborations to benefit businesses and end-customers (B2B and B2C channels).
Opportunity for self-motivated, curious and agile minds to help shape Digi’s digital ambitions for 2018/19.
Digi and Oppo offer a deal that is hard to beat for selfie lovers with its Oppo F7 and Digi Postpaid plan.
There has been a steady growth in interest in cloud computing from both large companies and smaller startups alike.
Introduces eMedic for as low as RM37/month for a coverage up to RM100,000 per year.