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  • Issues  |  AUGUST 4, 2015 8:00 AM

    Is the Spac investment model right?


    With two Spacs yet to secure a qualifying asset in the final year of their three-year deadline, and in view of the SC’s increasingly stringent rules, are Spacs as attractive to the market as they were originally when they were first introduced. And have they become any safer for investors

     
  • Enterprise & Issues  |  JULY 28, 2015 8:00 AM

    The rise of Exabytes


    Chan Kee Siak, founder and CEO of web hosting service provider Exabytes, quit college when he was 20 years old to grow the business at a time when the Internet scene in Malaysia was still in its infancy. In an …

     
  • Enterprise & Issues  |  JULY 20, 2015 8:00 AM

    Fareeda, the RM34 mil tudung empire


    Boutique headscarf-maker Fareeda has made waves since its emergence nine years ago, proving there is a big business to be done when it comes to headscarves. In an interview, co-founder Aminuddin Basirron shares the humble beginnings of Malaysia’s headscarf juggernaut, its …

     
  • Issues  |  JULY 14, 2015 1:05 PM

    Cart before the horse?


    The issue of regulation, which was said to have been under “discussions with a timeline”, appears to have blown up in the faces of private ride providers Uber and GrabCar. KINIBIZ believes this warrants a deeper look beyond the strikes …

     
  • Issues  |  JULY 8, 2015 8:00 AM

    Postpaid price wars: Winners and losers


    Celcom introduced a new-entry level postpaid plan which not only undercut the competition, it also became the first telco in the country to allow unused data to be carried forward. The three other major telcos responded, in what has resulted …

     
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