Recent and archived articles by Risen Jayaseelan
SOME firm announcements on regulating the crypto space came about last week.
INITIAL public offerings (IPOs) on the local bourse are increasingly losing their shine.
THERE are still a few among us who believe in the literal meaning of cash is king.
IT is well known among blockchain and cryptocurrency enthusiasts that Singapore has taken a more open approach toward that industry compared with many other advanced jurisdictions.
PETALING JAYA: Green Packet Bhd has been identified by a Chinese online gaming group for a possible tie-up to pursue a game publishing business, sources said, adding that the Chinese group is also mulling a stake buy in Green Packet.
Company launching upscale confinement centre in TTDI
Rules gradually being enacted to clamp down or regulate trading of cryptocurrencies in some Asian countries
The entry of little known outfit called Broadnet Network into Malaysia’s broadband scene has sent shockwaves into the industry.
IN Hong Kong, the media scene is abuzz with news of the revival of the city’s oldest TV station, Asia Television (ATV).
EVERY morning, two nondescript stalls at a food court deep in Bandar Puchong Utama dish out Malaysian favourites such as curry mee and fish head noodles.