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IMAGINE having to pay RM150 for a seat at your local cinema, or even RM120. As it is seldom that you would watch a movie alone, be prepared to fork out RM240 to RM300 for a movie with your loved ones – girlfriends, wives or anyone you consider worthy of spending two intimate hours with at the Aurum Theatre in The Gardens Mall, next to Mid Valley Megamall.
PETALING JAYA: The pressure in the advertising scene remains with advertising expenditure (adex) expected to decline this year although it may take a breather with the uptick of 1% to 2% in adex growth next year.
LONDON: For all the angst about trade wars, geopolitics and a sputtering and overly indebted global economy, 2019 might just be the best year investors have ever had.
NEW YORK: Wall Street's major indexes inched higher on Tuesday, extending their record-setting rally, as strong housing and manufacturing data bolstered investors' confidence in the U.S. economy
EPIDEMIC Sound, backed by Spotify’s investors, is one of a new wave of music companies expanding rapidly on the back of demand for easy access to original music from commercial users, especially YouTubers.
Over dinner on Nov 11, my daughter-in-law from China was eating quietly with her eyes and fingers glued to her new iPhone 11. Elsie was one of the six million shoppers watching a live streaming of Austin Li Jiaqi, a Key Opinion Leader (KOL) and a life streamer on Taobao Live, selling beauty products.
ON Nov 6, 2018, Chen Weijie, 30, an online celebrity based in Meizhou village, Guangdong province, South China, sold 160 million yuan’s (RM95mil) worth of products during an eight-hour live-streaming session on Kuaishou, a short video platform.
MUMBAI: Sony Corp is in talks to acquire a stake in the Indian television network controlled by billionaire Mukesh Ambani, as the Japanese giant seeks to tap booming demand for content in the South Asian nation, according to people familiar with the matter.
PETALING JAYA: Green Packet Bhd’s recent tie-up with global giant China Mobile Ltd has thrust the former’s solutions business into the limelight.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Alibaba's Hong Kong listing will not only land it US$13.4bil, it will also garner goodwill from Beijing to help the Chinese e-commerce giant weather the fallout of a damaging trade war.