Sharing today's court's decision, so you know what to do lah tomorrow morning when Bursa opens. Very good news for TNB: "Court sets aside almost RM4 bil tax assessment on TNB for the years 2015 to 2017" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF2hzn43Brk
Necessity is indeed a mother of invention. Airasia becoming CapitalA will probably allow it to branch out from being a single product company to have its reach in many sectors. We should probably applaud AA for its innovation. Think of Gojek in Indonesia, the first decacorn company there with valuation of USD 10 billion (how many companies in Malaysia have done such moves?). Gojek makes money from transportation to e-money. It makes money from low-working class to the rich. While Gojek benefits from a 270m population market in Indonesia, it does mean that CapitalA is now freer to explore different ways to generate more revenue.