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MAS keen on more super jumbos

MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) says it would be interested in adding more of the large-capacity I>Airbus A380/I>s to service its busiest routes to Europe, Asia and Australia once the technical capabilities and economics of the six aircraft slated for delivery in 2007#8211;2008 are proven.


Astro to raise pay-TV rates next month

ASTRO All Asia Networks Plc will raise pay-television rates next month, a move that may add RM83mil to its annual sales given its subscriber base of 1.39 million people at the end of January.


Waiting time for GEN2 buyers reduced

THE waiting time for those who have booked the GEN2, Proton's latest model, has been reduced to three to four months, compared with six previously.


Public Bank teams up with MU to unveil credit card

Public Bank Bhd has launched its latest credit card - I>Public Bank (PB) Manchester United MasterCard/I- in an exclusive co-branding with Manchester United Football Club, as part of its competitive moves in the local credit card market.


Astro shares active amid dull trading on Bursa

Astro All Asia Networks plc shares closed 5 sen higher at RM5.45 yesterday, off their day-high of RM5.50.


Astro buys 51% stake in GoalTV channels

ASTRO All Asia Networks Plc has bought a 51% stake in the GoalTV soccer channels from the Hong Kong unit of Yes Television Plc.



DANNY YAP takes a look at stock like Bina Puri, Nestle Malaysia, MAS, DIGI.Com and Habib.


Allianz offersUS$7.1b to fully acquire Italy's RAS

German insurance giant Allianz AG said Sunday it will offer euro5.7 billion (US$7.1 billion) to buy out minority shareholders in RAS, an Italian insurer, to streamline its business and boost its earnings in Europe.


Allianz offers to buy out RAS minorities

German insurer Allianz said on Sunday it would offer 5.7bil euros to buy out minority shareholders in its Italian subsidiary, Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta SpA (RAS).


CEOs revel in football mania

WITH the FIFA World Cup just around the corner, StarBiz journalists LEONG HUNG YEE, CHAN CHING THUT, SURAJ RAJ and LOONG TSE MIN gather comments from some of the country's top executives on the much talked-about tournament in Germany and on football in general.