Malaysia's Digital Nasional appoints Morten Lundal, Lim Tau Kien as new board members, joining 4 existing ones
Digital Nasional Bhd (DNB), a Special Purpose Vehicle wholly owned by the Ministry of Finance to build, own and operate Malaysia’s 5G infrastructure, announced the appointments of telecommunication veteran Morten Lundal and Lim Tau Kien as its independent non-executive directors.
Appointment comes into effect on April 1, 2018.
Maxis Bhd reported a marginal decline in its first quarter net profit. However, on a normalised basis, profits were higher.
A head-to-head comparison of Maxis and Digi's full year results.
Fourth quarter revenue and earnings jumped 1.7% and 7.7%
Intense competition partly resulted in the declining Maxis subscriber base -- lowest level in 7 years Digi also had experienced its "first" in Q3 2016
Two of Malaysia's top three mobile operators have released their third quarter results yesterday. How did they performed? Digital News Asia finds out.
Organisations that aim to capture the digital opportunity in this age of disruption need to focus on their core before their tech, writes Karamjit Singh.
In Pt 2 of his conversation with Karamjit Singh, Maxis CEO Morten Lundal talks about the challenge the next group of telco CEOs will face.
Maxis CEO Morten Lundal spends 90mins with Karamjit Singh to talk about digital, Google, Facebook and making lots of money from digital services.