Standard Chartered Plc is setting to slash jobs in Dubai and other key markets including Singapore as part of efforts to cut down expenses, people…
Date/time: 7th December 2018, 18:01
Netflix is testing cheaper subscription options in some overseas markets. The catch: The plan only allows users to stream content on a mobile device.
The first trial run has already rolled out in Malaysia, where users can currently sign up for a cheaper, mobile-only subscription for just RM17 (or about $4) per month.
The plan allows users to stream movies and TV shows to one mobile device, either a smartphone or tablet. High-definition video is not included in the plan. The next cheapest option, called the Basic Plan, is roughly double the cost at RM33 (about $8). It allows users to watch content on a laptop or TV, but also only streams in standard definition. HD content is included in the Standard Plan at RM42 (about $10) per month. Read more…More about Mobile, Netflix, Malaysia, Streaming Services, and Tech
Date/time: 15th November 2018, 00:06
SINGAPORE: Stock markets around the world have been rallying, with the 2017 uptrend spilling over into 2018.
In Singapore, the Straits Times Index (STI) has risen by 3.5 per cent since the start of this year and market experts say the trend is likely to continue for the next six months.
The STI …
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Author: Channelnewsasia.com SG
Date: 19th January 2018, 00:01