A few days ago, my friend and I decided to head to Sri Hartamas from KL Sentral for a healthy brunch at lunchtime. Prices during lunch hour are often higher because (of course) demand/ supply so we weren’t expecting it to be cheap but neither did we expect it to be so high. For Grab,… Continue reading Post–Uber/ Grab merger: Better or worse?
A recent decision issued by the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) imposed what I saw one of the heftiest penalty on a single entity for an infringement of Section 10 of the Competition Act 2010 – RM17mil. For some reason, this is much lower than the collective sum of RM33k in the earlier proposed decision on… Continue reading Can I say no?
People use Google for one of two things: to search something online or to check if their internet connection is working. If you’re the first, you may or may not have seen products being displayed on the top bar when you search for an object, for example: Google generates about 0.3 billion USD daily and… Continue reading Too much of a google thing is a bad thing?
(I know I said in my previous post that Google Shopping would be the next post but since this is more recent… some urgent comments about it) For people who can’t drive, people who do not want the trouble of finding a car park, people want to go out for lunch and people who would… Continue reading The Gruber Deal
They say sharing brings joy and happiness… but when the Malaysian Competition Commission comes knocking on your door? Not so much joy. (Below is based on the Proposed Decision under Section 36 of the Competition Act – Infringement of Section 4(2)(a) of the Competition Act by 7 Tuition and Daycare Centre. When the full judgement is… Continue reading About the proposed decision on 7 Tuition and Daycare Centres: Sharing is not caring