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Exactly a year ago, this column advised readers to embrace the “D” word for a tough year ahead.
LONDON: A Saudi Arabia-led investor group is in talks to buy Newcastle United, the Premier League soccer team owned by British billionaire Mike Ashley, for about £340mil (US$445mil).
ALREADY faced with intensifying competition in the over-the-top (OTT) space, and potentially higher costs arising from a strengthening US dollar, it appears that another challenge looms ahead for Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd.
A RETIRED appellate court judge who subsequently assumed the role of a defence counsel once cited his own judgment as a precedent to substantiate the point that he was postulating. In doing so, he went on to quote his former self as the “learned judge”, thus, drawing laughter from the audience.
LONDON: England’s Premier League, the world’s wealthiest soccer competition, returns today and organisers are trying everything to claw back viewers and mend the damage from coronavirus
MOSCOW: Billionaire Roman Abramovich agreed to sell his stake in a Russia-focused gold miner, the latest in a wave of precious-metal deals, as bullion trades at a record high.
New Zealand's Laybuy is listing in Australia on Monday at a time when the buy-now-pay-later sector is being propelled by an online shopping boom sparked by COVID-19, forging one of the hottest investor spaces during the pandemic.
THE playbook for making sports teams more valuable is, in theory, quite straightforward: Invest adequately in the playing squad, improve commercial revenue with better stadiums and expanded merchandising, and bank on broadcasting rights becoming more expensive