Fox stops its run
Malaysia – Managing director for Fox Communications, Datuk Shaik Akmal Halayuddin has confirmed that the three-year-old public relations firm will cease operations on 31 March.
There will be no official statement issued by the company but the firm has already informed internal staff with the news to prepare for the firm's closure in two months time.
No plans has been made by Shaik as well as its two other founders, former group editor of The New Straits Times, Brendan Pereira and former Star Publications group chief editor Datuk Wong Sulong at the moment, following Fox's closure.
Fox, which flourished during the Abdullah Badawi administration, had clinched several lucrative government contracts when it first started operations in 2007. Their accounts included Sime Darby, Realmild and the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry.
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