A trend to market consolidation is evident in most Asian markets driven by tougher price competition and slowing subscriber growth.
Proposed mega merger of equals between Axiata & Telenor could create KL headquartered global champion
Preliminary shareholding before due diligence sees Telenor owning 56.5%, Axiata 43.5% Celcom & Digi merger will create largest telco in Malaysia with over 20mil subscribers
Edwin Yapp scours the Net and speaks to some analysts about the US$34 billion deal.
Go-Jek was supposed to go on the offensive with its impending SEA expansion but the Grab-Uber merger changes that.
Work and our pace at work hits Karamjit Singh during this CNY season along with a merger in Indonesia’s co-working space.
Malaysia-based regional telco announces loss from its dilution of Idea Cellular stake.
Gabriel Walter has been building QEOS, driven by his desire to prove that the country can create a high tech champion.
Nokia is undergoing an evolution just like the networks it is providing, even as it hopes to wrap up its proposed megamerger with Alcatel-Lucent.
Lamenting the startup ecosystem’s lackadaisical attitude to high-tech plays, DNA founder Karamjit Singh believes that QEOS has done the right thing in uniting with an old-economy player.
An interesting joint venture between QEOS, a high-tech company with Silicon Valley engineering, and Mepcon, an old-economy M&E player, has Karamjit Singh wondering if a new path is being forged in how high-tech companies in South-East Asia can unlock their value.