1-5-2012 The notorious MAS – AirAsia share swap was unwound by PM YAB Datuk Seri Najib, HERE. Continue reading “Azman Mokhtar, Rashdan, Tony Fernandes, Kamaruddin, Md Nor Md Yusof and AJ must be held responsible for the fine of RM20 million – Part 4”
Updates @ 6:50 pm on 11-9-2013: “The avenging goddesses eventually caught up with anyone who had outraged all decency by killing their father, marrying their mother or serving red wine with fish.” By Jonathan Guthrie of Financial Times, UK
Updates @ 6:10 pm on 10-9-2013: “Deloitte has been fined a record £14m for failing to manage conflicts of interest during its role as an adviser to collapsed British carmaker MG Rover. On Monday the Financial Reporting Council, which brought the case against Deloitte, said the outcome of an independent tribunal was a “strong vindication” for its six-year-long probe into Deloitte’s work for companies involved with the carmaker in the lead-up to MG Rover’s collapse.”
The highly acclaimed journalist Ms BK Sidhu, who has just being promoted as the new Editor of StarBiz, had quoted an unknown source that the AirASIA X IPO SHARE will be over-subscribed by 3 to 4 times which later turned out to be FALSE. Maybank Investment Bhd, whose CEO is YM Tengku Zafrul Aziz, had to pumped in RM39.688 million to stabilise AirAsia X IPO share price of RM1.25, in HERE. Continue reading “BK Sidhu quoting sources again, Idris Jala & AJ had to clarify”
In April 2012 the top management of MAS was seemingly busy with the great ideas of turning around MAS with equally great plan to block internet mail access.
On 9-7-2013 En Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (AJ), the CEO of MAS, has made an announcement that beside the additional route to Darwin, MAS will be reinstating the Dubai route on 1-9-2013, in HERE. Continue reading “WAU! MAS reinstated “UNPROFITABLE” Dubai route!”