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Will Tony Fernandes be ableto do for Malaysian/Asiansports what he has done forthe low cost airline business?It's a long shot, but in sportsspeak, if he does, he'd havehit a branding homer.
There's nothing like a new goal to get AirAsia's boss DatukSeri Tony Fernandes all fired up. His latest project - to do forMalaysian sports what he's done for the region's low costairline business. Yes, you can call it Fernandes' second revolution.But this one could prove to be a lot tougher. Youthink? He talks at length about his new and old passion in alengthy interview with the StarBizWeek's ANITA GABRIEL,CECILIA KOK and LEONG HUNG YEE
PETALING JAYA: The five-year agreement between Manchester United (MU) and Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) is expected to boost sentiments for the TM's upcoming maiden launch of high-speed broadband (HSBB) related services.
ABOUT 11 years ago during my holiday in Britain, Liverpool was to play Manchester United at Anfield. Being a fan of the most decorated soccer club in British history, I decided that I would have a punt on the game and walked into one sports-betting establishment to place a small wager on Liverpool winning the game 3 to 2.
LONDON: England's Premier League has introduced new ownership and financial regulations for the new season in an attempt to avoid a repeat of Portsmouth's implosion last season.