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Palm Oil Export Agreement Adds to Good News on Trade

0:30 - MITI stated that Malaysia’s trade in January 2019 expanded to reach just over RM159 billion from last year. 05:04 - Malaysia and China signed a deal for the export of 1.6 million tonnes of palm oil worth RM3.6 billion. 07:27 - “Belanjawanku: Expenditure Guide for Malaysian Individuals and Families”, a report based on a survey commissioned by the EPF. The report outlined how much individuals and families would need a month to support cost of living. 10:08 - More updates on the late Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan where Samirah Muzaffar along with 2 teenagers and an Indonesian maid has been charged under section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.

12 MINMAR 4
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Palm Oil Export Agreement Adds to Good News on Trade

Ready to Lyft Off

00:25 - AliBaba working together with Office Depot in the US 01:47 - Lyft files for IPO

10 MINMAR 4
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Ready to Lyft Off

Uber, Lyft Dangle IPO Options to Drivers Ahead of Debuts

The Morning Run discuss how two of the world's largest ride-hailing services are dangling sweeteners to their drivers ahead of their 2019 IPOs

7 MINFEB 28
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Uber, Lyft Dangle IPO Options to Drivers Ahead of Debuts

Construction Sector Leads With Biz Confidence Crumble

00:25 - Department of Statistics, has no confidence Malaysian business 05:00 - FGV lost RM 1 billion, plantation bearing no fruit. A sign of poor management of yesteryear. 06:43 - CIMB targets higher loan growth. Joining ranks with Maybank. Does the GDP relflect the same confidence held by the banks?

7 MINFEB 28
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Construction Sector Leads With Biz Confidence Crumble

Banking On Record Earnings

Latest banking earnings revealed RHB Bank posting record numbers with net profit increasing 18% year-on-year to RM2.3 billion for the 2018 financial year. This follows Maybank - Malaysia’s biggest bank - that reported record earnings as well earlier this week. Maybank's net profit for 2018 grew about 8% to RM8.1 billion. Meanwhile, EPF and PNB are expected to net dividend close to RM5 billion from their stake in top four banks in Malaysia.

6 MINFEB 27
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Banking On Record Earnings

Withstanding Headwinds for the Aviation Industry

00:11 - The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM), may potentially be disbanded as part of the government’s move to control cost and regain control over key decisions in the aviation industry. The functions are expected to be returned to the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM). 02:17 - AirAsia has seen better days and posted a net loss of close to RM395 million as a result of higher fuel prices and operating lease expenses. 04:51 - Malaysia’s tourist arrivals did not meet its target again in 2018,for the 8th consecutive year recording 25.8 million tourist arrivals compared with the target of 26.4 million.

9 MINFEB 27
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Withstanding Headwinds for the Aviation Industry

Avoiding The N-Word

The Morning Run crew brings you today's business headlines: 00:13 - The MySalam scheme has some updates and we’re here to bring them to you. We also discuss the scheme itself. Can financial contributions from insurance companies which will come up to billions be used more effectively to manage national healthcare costs beyond insurance schemes? 07:12 - Because of its negative connotations, the government definitely wants to avoid making the toll road acquisitions feel like what amounts to nationalisation. But how much does this new toll takeover actually cost? 09:20 - It’s earnings season and we dive into the numbers to see what it means for our economy. 15:00 - The government is considering a sectoral-based minimum wage and Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran claims that this is legal. We discuss if this is a good thing for both employers and employees or is this more business-friendly than necessary?

16 MINFEB 26
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Avoiding The N-Word

It’s No Longer Just About The 5G

Huawei just announced its latest foldable model, the Mate X not long after Samsung announced its Galaxy Fold less than a week ago. Phone manufacturers are finding new ways to convince consumers to upgrade their devices. We spoke to Darwin Sucipto, the Managing Editor at techENT.tv on his thoughts on how Huawei's advancement in tech will be difficult for the US to ignore. Jeremy Fleming, director of UK’s cybersecurity agency, called for Western states to understand threats and opportunities that arise from Chinese technology, citing focus on national security concerns. Huawei so far has staunchly denied these claims and sympathisers warned that refusing to include the Chinese firms in 5G rollouts could be “hugely disruptive”.

5 MINFEB 25
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It’s No Longer Just About The 5G

Tolls: What’s a Fair Deal For Gamuda?

00:15 - Gamuda stocks took a hit yesterday following the government’s announcement that they’re looking to takeover some Gamuda related highways. We continue the conversation with an analyst from Alliance DBS about the impact this might have on Gamuda. 07:22 - There’s a new substantial shareholder at Media Prima, we dig in to find out a little more here and take a look at the media scene in general.

10 MINFEB 25
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Tolls: What’s a Fair Deal For Gamuda?

Australia Out In The Coal, Berkshire's Historic Loss and Uber Eats Out

The Morning Run crew brings you their take on today's business headlines: 00:09 - Breaking news from the Wall Street Journal, Trump said he would delay an increase in tariffs on Chinese goods. 00:59 - Berkshire reported a net loss of USD 25.4 billion in the 4th quarter one of the largest quarterly losses in its history. 04:23 - China had imposed an import ban on Australian coal which sent the Australian dollar tumbling. We speak to Jeffrey Halley to make sense of this. 08:12 - Uber Eats is exiting their India operations after less than two years of operation in India’s competitive food-delivery landscape. Uber Eats is now in talks to sell their operations to rival Swiggy.

8 MINFEB 24
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Australia Out In The Coal, Berkshire's Historic Loss and Uber Eats Out

Latest Episodes

Palm Oil Export Agreement Adds to Good News on Trade

0:30 - MITI stated that Malaysia’s trade in January 2019 expanded to reach just over RM159 billion from last year. 05:04 - Malaysia and China signed a deal for the export of 1.6 million tonnes of palm oil worth RM3.6 billion. 07:27 - “Belanjawanku: Expenditure Guide for Malaysian Individuals and Families”, a report based on a survey commissioned by the EPF. The report outlined how much individuals and families would need a month to support cost of living. 10:08 - More updates on the late Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan where Samirah Muzaffar along with 2 teenagers and an Indonesian maid has been charged under section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.

12 MINMAR 4
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Palm Oil Export Agreement Adds to Good News on Trade

Ready to Lyft Off

00:25 - AliBaba working together with Office Depot in the US 01:47 - Lyft files for IPO

10 MINMAR 4
Comments
Ready to Lyft Off

Uber, Lyft Dangle IPO Options to Drivers Ahead of Debuts

The Morning Run discuss how two of the world's largest ride-hailing services are dangling sweeteners to their drivers ahead of their 2019 IPOs

7 MINFEB 28
Comments
Uber, Lyft Dangle IPO Options to Drivers Ahead of Debuts

Construction Sector Leads With Biz Confidence Crumble

00:25 - Department of Statistics, has no confidence Malaysian business 05:00 - FGV lost RM 1 billion, plantation bearing no fruit. A sign of poor management of yesteryear. 06:43 - CIMB targets higher loan growth. Joining ranks with Maybank. Does the GDP relflect the same confidence held by the banks?

7 MINFEB 28
Comments
Construction Sector Leads With Biz Confidence Crumble

Banking On Record Earnings

Latest banking earnings revealed RHB Bank posting record numbers with net profit increasing 18% year-on-year to RM2.3 billion for the 2018 financial year. This follows Maybank - Malaysia’s biggest bank - that reported record earnings as well earlier this week. Maybank's net profit for 2018 grew about 8% to RM8.1 billion. Meanwhile, EPF and PNB are expected to net dividend close to RM5 billion from their stake in top four banks in Malaysia.

6 MINFEB 27
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Banking On Record Earnings

Withstanding Headwinds for the Aviation Industry

00:11 - The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM), may potentially be disbanded as part of the government’s move to control cost and regain control over key decisions in the aviation industry. The functions are expected to be returned to the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM). 02:17 - AirAsia has seen better days and posted a net loss of close to RM395 million as a result of higher fuel prices and operating lease expenses. 04:51 - Malaysia’s tourist arrivals did not meet its target again in 2018,for the 8th consecutive year recording 25.8 million tourist arrivals compared with the target of 26.4 million.

9 MINFEB 27
Comments
Withstanding Headwinds for the Aviation Industry

Avoiding The N-Word

The Morning Run crew brings you today's business headlines: 00:13 - The MySalam scheme has some updates and we’re here to bring them to you. We also discuss the scheme itself. Can financial contributions from insurance companies which will come up to billions be used more effectively to manage national healthcare costs beyond insurance schemes? 07:12 - Because of its negative connotations, the government definitely wants to avoid making the toll road acquisitions feel like what amounts to nationalisation. But how much does this new toll takeover actually cost? 09:20 - It’s earnings season and we dive into the numbers to see what it means for our economy. 15:00 - The government is considering a sectoral-based minimum wage and Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran claims that this is legal. We discuss if this is a good thing for both employers and employees or is this more business-friendly than necessary?

16 MINFEB 26
Comments
Avoiding The N-Word

It’s No Longer Just About The 5G

Huawei just announced its latest foldable model, the Mate X not long after Samsung announced its Galaxy Fold less than a week ago. Phone manufacturers are finding new ways to convince consumers to upgrade their devices. We spoke to Darwin Sucipto, the Managing Editor at techENT.tv on his thoughts on how Huawei's advancement in tech will be difficult for the US to ignore. Jeremy Fleming, director of UK’s cybersecurity agency, called for Western states to understand threats and opportunities that arise from Chinese technology, citing focus on national security concerns. Huawei so far has staunchly denied these claims and sympathisers warned that refusing to include the Chinese firms in 5G rollouts could be “hugely disruptive”.

5 MINFEB 25
Comments
It’s No Longer Just About The 5G

Tolls: What’s a Fair Deal For Gamuda?

00:15 - Gamuda stocks took a hit yesterday following the government’s announcement that they’re looking to takeover some Gamuda related highways. We continue the conversation with an analyst from Alliance DBS about the impact this might have on Gamuda. 07:22 - There’s a new substantial shareholder at Media Prima, we dig in to find out a little more here and take a look at the media scene in general.

10 MINFEB 25
Comments
Tolls: What’s a Fair Deal For Gamuda?

Australia Out In The Coal, Berkshire's Historic Loss and Uber Eats Out

The Morning Run crew brings you their take on today's business headlines: 00:09 - Breaking news from the Wall Street Journal, Trump said he would delay an increase in tariffs on Chinese goods. 00:59 - Berkshire reported a net loss of USD 25.4 billion in the 4th quarter one of the largest quarterly losses in its history. 04:23 - China had imposed an import ban on Australian coal which sent the Australian dollar tumbling. We speak to Jeffrey Halley to make sense of this. 08:12 - Uber Eats is exiting their India operations after less than two years of operation in India’s competitive food-delivery landscape. Uber Eats is now in talks to sell their operations to rival Swiggy.

8 MINFEB 24
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Australia Out In The Coal, Berkshire's Historic Loss and Uber Eats Out
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