H1Z1 game publisher Daybreak Game Company has laid off an undisclosed number of staffers at its headquarters in San Diego, GamesBeat has learned. The online game publisher helped pioneer the “battle royale” craze with a variant of its H1Z1 game. But the company has faced fierce competition from Epic Games’ Fortnite and Bluehole’s PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds, […]
Without key structural reform being implemented to the Turkish economy, the exchange of the Turkish Lira against the U.S. dollar could plunge to 8.00 by the end of 2018 according to a forecast by leading Nordic bank SEB. This would equate to 40% below the current level of the beleaguered currency.
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 17): The Ministry of Transport announced today that all outstanding automated enforcement system (AES) summons worth over RM435 million will be waived and the government, via the Road Transport Department (JPJ), will take over the management and operation of the system starting Sept 1.
In a press briefing today, Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said since the commencement of the AES in 2012 until May this year, 3.76 million AES summonses have been issued. Of that, only 659,934 summonses or less than 20% have been paid.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): The sale of the Equanimity superyacht could fetch at least RM500 million, Deputy Rural Development Minister Sivarasa Rasiah said, adding the proceeds will be used to repay 1Malaysia Development Bhd's (1MDB) debt.
"We are not going to get that much for that yacht, I think. We'll be lucky and hope to get RM500 million," Sivarasa, a veteran lawyer who left the Malaysian Bar six weeks ago, said at the final day of the International Malaysian Law Conference 2018 here today.