Friday, August 01, 2014

TMR from today

This article appears in the latest issue of Focus, the business weekly. 

ToMoRrow's business news today. Yes, it's been a whiile but I have decided that it's a good time to come back - one more time - to the "dying" print industry.  
Why The Malaysian Reserve?
Late 2006 when they were planning to start another business daily, they approached me for my ten sen's worth. The plan was for me to join TMR back then but another newspaper got to me first. I mean, another newspaper started a legal proceeding against me and my blog (this was Jan 2007) and we - the TMR chaps and I - kinda decided that it was best to go our own ways until things have settled down. Well, things have settled down. Kinda.
My role as Adviser at TMR starts today.

9 comments:

Andrew Gopal said...

Congrats Datuk. All the best.

arcadia said...

All the best for u Sir ^_^

Anonymous said...

Being in the wilderness for almost a decade, it's time for homecoming. Sireh pulang ke gagang..

Anonymous said...

What ? Is it daily , weekly or periodical ?
Purily biz or mix , as in your blog ?

Anyway congratulation and all the best to you . As you said it is a dying biz .

PN

Anonymous said...

Big mistake. Other than his usual lies propagated from his rotten teeth, this rocky man will not contribute anything constructive.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations and best wishes!

Anonymous said...

Taking up Rocky is like hitting the Final Nail onto the MR Coffin.

Gooood Luuucckkkk fools.

Anonymous said...

Salam Datuk,

Congratulations on your appointment. Can you please let the TMR people know that it is quite hard to get TMR from local newstands? I used to read the edge, which can be easily purchased but has stop doing so for a year now prior to GE13, because its inane, double-standard content, and then during the YTL-Johor scandal. TMR is not easy to get and the funny thing, I cannot even get it from MPH. Why? Please help, thanks.

charleskwi said...

Is it the fault of Singapore when their currency is worth almost 3 times more than Malaysia ?