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ST Engineering powers ahead on synergies across divisions

SINGAPORE (Nov 15): ST Engineering has often claimed that its business units are synergistic across the board.

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The Edge Singapore wins big at SGX awards

SINGAPORE (Aug 23): The Edge Singapore scooped up two awards at the SGX Orb Awards on Aug 21, after receiving five nominations across six categories. 

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Banks as yield plays, with upside from earnings growth

SINGAPORE (Aug 12): Slowing global growth and uncertainties over the escalating trade war, tech supply chain, China and Hong Kong have all taken their toll on the share prices of the three local ba

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What's behind Alibaba’s quest to raise US$30 billion?

SINGAPORE (Aug 12): Why would a hugely profitable, cash-flush firm raise more money than has ever been raised by a listed company? That is the question befuddling investors.

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Current turmoil gives Hong Kong best chance for reforms since 1997 handover

SINGAPORE (Aug 12): Political reforms in Hong Kong, held up by endless debate, have become an urgent necessity.

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What will it take for Singapore to succeed in its next lap?

SINGAPORE (Aug 12): This year, Singapore celebrates roughly 720 years since it first emerged as trading centre for the region.

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ACRA has audit firms in its sight

SINGAPORE (Aug 2): Auditors using the search engine Google to screen clients as part of due diligence; senior auditors not spending enough time reviewing or supervising client audits; spouses of au

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Mind the gig gap

SINGAPORE (July 29): In a Telegram group chat for Deliveroo riders, a member took a screenshot of his earnings generated through the food delivery platform.

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CredoLab uses mobile phone metadata for credit scoring of unbanked

SINGAPORE (July 26): After selling off his stake in Platinum Bank in Ukraine, Peter Barcak, co-founder and CEO of CredoLab, turned his attention to a pertinent issue he had encountered as a banker

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Raffles Infrastructure finds it hard to shake off S-chip stigma

SINGAPORE (July 19): Despite its best efforts, Raffles Infrastructure Holding, the company formerly known as China Fibretech, has found it hard to shake off its stigma of being an S-chip once plagu

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