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NEW YORK: NBC’s broadcast of the Olympics opening ceremony delivered a US audience that was 35% smaller than the one viewing the first evening of the London games four years ago.
TOKYO: Tokyo’s skyline is set to welcome 45 new skyscrapers by the time city hosts the Olympics in 2020, as a surge of buildings planned in the early years of Abenomics near completion.
WHILE analysts, both local and foreign, are generally optimistic that China's economic growth would remain buoyant post-Beijing Olympics, many believe the market there will be very competitive and that Malaysian companies should tread carefully.
SYDNEY/RIO DE JANEIRO: When the No. 1 TV station of sports-mad Australia revealed its Olympics broadcast would wipe $50 million from annual profits, it was more than a warning for shareholders - it was a sign that the business model of the Games was being shaken up.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - NBC lost more than US$200 million the last time it showed the Winter Olympics, and it's bracing for similar losses in London next year.
LONDON: Britains recession-hit economy was unlikely to have won a major boost from the London Olympics that have been a triumph for the nations athletes, analysts say.
LOS ANGELES: NBC on Sunday announced more record audiences for its prime-time TV coverage of the London Olympics, even as the Twitterverse erupted in complaints about the U.S. network's online streaming efforts and delays in broadcasting key competitions.
SHELL MDS (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd will supply its ultra clean and made-only-in-Malaysia new diesel fuel for the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.
LONDON: All eyes turn to London on Friday for the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics, an exuberant journey from Britain's idyllic pastures through the grime of the Industrial Revolution and ending in a contemporary world dominated by popular culture.
Fresh from sealing a deal in the Middle East, Qtelmedia Group Ltd is all geared up to provide unlimited live coverage of the Beijing Olympics for DiGi mobile TV subscribers.