SE Asian economies

Only 1 in 5 Asean business leaders have a plan in place to deal with impending downturn: Bain report

SINGAPORE (Sept 20): On the back of geopolitical uncertainties, a global downturn seems to be inevitable.

Inclusive society

Businesses, society to benefit as more women take the lead, says President Halimah

SINGAPORE (Sept 20): The economy and society are poised to benefit as more women take on management roles in businesses, says President Halimah Yacob, Singapore’s first female head of state.


Singapore's billion-dollar headache

SINGAPORE (Sept 18): How much does a migraine cost?


Asean lagging behind in sustainability efforts, experts say

SINGAPORE (Sept 18): Southeast Asia is lagging behind in sustainability efforts despite being most vulnerable to climate change, say experts at the BNP Paribas Sustainable Future Forum on Wednesday


CapitaLand receives international recognition for sustainability efforts

SINGAPORE (Sept 17): CapitaLand has been listed on Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark, receiving international recognition for its sustainabili

Management & Corporate Governance

Tiong Seng CEO Pek Lian Guan under CPIB probe

SINGAPORE (Sept 16): Pek Lian Guan, the CEO and executive director of Tiong Seng Holdings, is being probed by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau in connection with certain staff loan transa

Management & Corporate Governance

TEE International's ex-CEO allegedly involved in unauthorised payments now in talks for sale of his shares

SINGAPORE (Sept 15): Phua Chian Kin, the controlling shareholder of Mainboard-listed TEE International, could be selling his shares in the company to certain third-party purchasers.

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