Hutchison Telecommunications International, which runs mobile telephone networks in Asian emerging markets, vows to become a more competitive regional carrier after it posted more than a four-fold growth in net profit last year.Friday, 5 March, 2010, 12:00am
Shum Ka-sang, the former chairman of Wah Sang Gas Holdings, and former board member Shen Yi were barred yesterday from serving as a listed company's director or officer for six years.
Madam Justice Susan Kwan Shuk-hing imposed the disqualification order on Mr Shum and Mr Shen five years after an accounting scandal sent the value of Wah Sang's shares plummeting to penny status.23 May 2009 - 12:00am
China Unicom (Hong Kong) is expected to deliver a more than 60 per cent jump in net profit for 2008, partly due to a one-time gain from the sale of CDMA mobile assets and a contribution from fixed-line operator China Netcom Group Corp, which it acquired last year.30 Mar 2009 - 12:00am
Shareholders should brace themselves for some surprises when interim results for Hong Kong banks, prepared for the first time under new accounting rules, begin appearing this week.30 Jun 2005 - 12:00am
Computer casing maker Ju Teng is likely to postpone its $500 million initial public offering due to the lukewarm response from retail investors for other listing candidates, according to sources.
The firm had planned to start its pre-marketing this week for a listing next month but now wants to wait for better market conditions.28 Jun 2005 - 12:00am
John Swainson joined Computer Associates International as its president and chief executive last November, after a successful 26-year career at IBM, with an eye to clean things up at the beleaguered, scandal-hit software firm.13 Jun 2005 - 12:00am
CHINA TELECOM, the country's largest fixed-line provider, is still aiming to acquire one of China Unicom's two mobile networks, despite the latter's dismissal of the proposal.9 May 2005 - 12:00am
Blunt rejection fails to dampen China Telecom's desire for slice of rival's mobile network
China Telecom, the country's largest fixed-line provider, still aims to acquire one of China Unicom's two mobile networks despite the latter's dismissal of the proposal.1 Apr 2005 - 12:00am
China Telecom, the country's largest fixed-line provider, still aims to acquire one of China Unicom's two mobile networks despite the latter's dismissal of the proposal.
'We expressed our wish [to acquire Unicom's network] and we have not changed our mind,' China Telecom chairman and chief executive Wang Xiaochu said.1 Apr 2005 - 12:00am
Nortel Networks, battling thorny legal issues that led to the firing of its top three executives last month, is hoping to rebuild its image with the launch of a new device that simplifies control over disparate network services.24 May 2004 - 12:00am