KUALA LUMPUR 10 Sept. - Bursa Malaysia menggantung dagangan jualan singkat harian proprietari (PDT) dan jualan singkat harian (IDSSS) saham Axiata Group Bhd. susulan penurunan harga saham itu selepas Axiata dan Telenor ASA, syarikat induk Digi.com Bhd, memutuskan untuk menamatkan rundungan penggabungan kedua-dua entiti itu. “Sila ambil maklum bahawa jualan singkat di bawah PDT dan IDSS bagi saham Axiata digantung hari ini memandangkan Harga Dagangan Terakhir Sekuriti diluluskan merosot lebih daripada 15 peratus daripada Harga rujukan. “Jualan singkat di bawah PDT dan IDSS hanya akan diaktifkan semula pada dagangan hari berikutnya, Rabu, 8.30 pagi, 11 Sept,” kata Bursa Malaysia dalam maklumannya hari ini. Pada 11.45 pagi, saham Axiata didagangkan pada RM4.16, 14.75 peratus atau 72 sen lebih rendah berbanding RM4.88 pada penutupan Jumaat, dengan 24 juta saham bertukar tangan. Sementara itu, saham Digi mencatatkan RM4.58, susut 31 sen atau 6.3 peratus. Menurut … [Read more...] about Bursa gantung PDT, IDSS Axiata
By Alyssa Pereira, SFGATE Updated 4:05 pm PST, Friday, January 25, 2019 A Sacramento native and Southern California college student studying in Bali thought tacking on a quick trip to Japan would make for a fun excursion. But a night out in Tokyo wound up costing him his freedom for over eight months, starting with the moment he broke a pricy lamp. The man, Julian Adame, was supposed to meet his friend Kate Emmons in Thailand after a brief jaunt around Tokyo. But when he didn't make it, Emmons grew worried. As she found out later by reaching out to others who had been in contact with him in Japan, Adame was having beers with friends when "the alcohol and in combination of him traveling" made him fall asleep, according to KXTV. RELATED: Travel groups praise deal on shutdown after flight delays As later detailed by the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Adame was reportedly awakened by officers after his friends left. They told him he broke a lamp worth $900, and they needed to … [Read more...] about A student from Sacramento has been in a Tokyo jail for 8 months. It all started with a broken lamp.
By Paul Rogers | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 18, 2019 at 2:07 pm | UPDATED: January 21, 2019 at 9:56 am Two people who died after falling more than 800 feet from a scenic overlook at Yosemite National Park in October had alcohol in their systems and were intoxicated at the time of the incident, according to autopsy reports. The autopsy investigations, completed Jan. 4 by the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, concluded that Meenakshi Moorthy, 30, and her husband, Vishnu Viswanath, 29 — both born in India, but living and working in the Bay Area — died “of multiple injuries to the head, neck, chest and abdomen, sustained by a fall from a mountain,” wrote Dr. Sung-Ook Baik, a forensic pathologist at the Stanislaus County Coroner’s Office. Both Moorthy and Viswanath were “intoxicated with ethyl alcohol prior to death,” Baik stated in the documents, which contain toxicology reports. No … [Read more...] about Bay Area couple who fell to their deaths from Yosemite’s Taft Point were intoxicated
Media Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email Enlarge this image A plaque from the original Daily Forward office, seen adorning its Lower Manhattan headquarters in 2013. Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images A plaque from the original Daily Forward office, seen adorning its Lower Manhattan headquarters in 2013. Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images It has been a long, long time since New York City's newsstands have been bereft of copies of The Forward. Founded as a Yiddish-language daily in 1897, the newspaper once known as The Jewish Daily Forward endured a host of major changes over its long lifespan — but through them all, the small publication reliably went to press with news that its predominantly American Jewish audience often couldn't find elsewhere. But that will change come springtime. The paper announced Thursday that it is ending its print operation in order to "become a digitally focused publisher," … [Read more...] about ‘The Forward,’ Storied Jewish Paper, Shutters Print Edition After 121 Years
By Martha Ross | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 17, 2019 at 12:33 pm | UPDATED: January 18, 2019 at 3:50 am Rolling Stone has an exhaustive new profile out on Tekashi 6ix9ine, the rainbow-haired rapper who enjoyed one the most confounding and rapid ascents to superstardom and platinum-level record sales in recent memory. According to writer Stephen Witt’s analysis of Tekashi’s brief career, the 22-year-old’s rise was fueled less by his music than on his becoming “the troll prince” of hip-hop and what a label executive called the “Donald Trump of the music industry,” with 15.6 million followers on Instagram who loved to check in on his latest feud, provocation or outrage. “If he was not the most technically gifted of performers, when it came to trolling, he was Mozart,” Witt wrote. As Witt and others say, it’s likely that Tekashi’s improbable career is over, given that he was … [Read more...] about Before becoming ‘the Donald Trump’ of music, Tekashi 6ix9ine was ‘Danny the deli clerk’