News & Reviews: purchase
Nov 25, 2022
A few hours ago, there was a report by The Daily Star saying that Apple may be purchasing Manchester United Football Club for around $7 billion. The news broke out shortly after Cristiano Ronaldo announced upon leaving the club soon, but the acquisition rumour turns out to be false.
Apr 25, 2022
Not just you, we're also confused regarding the news of Elon Musk buying Twitter. A previous report claimed that the Twitter board was totally against the deal. However, the table might have just turned with this new information arrived by saying that the social media company is ready to take what Musk offers.
Apr 14, 2022
Owning a 9.2 percent share of Twitter is not enough for Elon Musk, as the world's richest person has offered $43 billion (~RM181 billion) to purchase the social media company completely today. The news came from Musk himself through a tweet attaching the link to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
airasia launches SUPER+, an RM639 subscription plan with unlimited ASEAN flights redemption and more!Mar 28, 2022
The airasia Super App today launched SUPER+ subscription plan which can be purchased from now until 2 April 2022. Available across Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia as well as the Philippines and priced at RM639 in our country, the subscription plan gives users bigger savings, better benefits and rewards.
With the SUPER+ subscription, users can fly anywhere with unlimited flights redemption across all AirAsia airlines in the ASEAN region, for both domestic and international destinations. The applicable flight codes for redemption include AK, FD, QZ and Z2.
Dec 10, 2020
If you don't know what Crunchyroll is, it's basically an online streaming platform for anime and one of the most reputable websites for legal viewing. With that said, the brand has been acquired by Sony for a whopping $1.1175 billion! So why is this a big deal, you ask?
Nov 12, 2019
Recently, Google, as well as Ipsos, conducted a study on how Malaysians determine their next smartphone purchase. The study has stated that Malaysians are quite cautious, and they would usually do some research before making their next smartphone purchase. Interestingly, the price usually isn’t the primary contributing factor when it comes to smartphones, instead what matters is the battery life, whether is it running on an Android or an iOS, and the internal tech specs of the said smartphone.