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How the pandemic will change the world

SINGAPORE (Apr 3): As pandemic-induced lockdowns enter their fourth week in some parts of the US and Europe, the focus is turning to what the world would look like in the aftermath of ­Covid-19.

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SoftBank remakes itself with a US$41 bil bazooka

(Mar 27): If you are searching for a high profile global corporate icon of the Covid-19 crisis, look no further than Japan’s SoftBank Group, the world’s largest tech investor, which has seen its sh

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Welcome to the fold

The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the South Korean phonemaker’s attempt to recover from the disastrous launch of its Samsung Galaxy Fold, but is it enough to usher in the new age of the fold

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5G and the winners of American 'state capitalism'

(Mar 6): While the rest of the world has been focused on the Democratic primaries in which Vermont’s left-wing senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden are duelling it out for the

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Where Clayton Christensen taught what others could not

(Mar 6): Harvard Business School professor and businessman, Clayton Christensen, known by many as the “godfather” of disruptive innovation, died in January at the age of 67.

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Tech turmoil

SINGAPORE (March 6): The Covid-19 virus has hit the tech industry hard, with several large-scale global tech events cancelled or postponed until further notice.

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Apple reopens more than half of its retail stores in China

(Feb 25): Apple Inc is reopening more than half of its retail stores in China, trying to rebound from a sales hit tied to the coronavirus.

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How direct-to-consumer brands are disrupting retail

SINGAPORE (Feb 21): When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle landed back in Vancouver last week from a short trip to Los Angeles, the tabloid press focused on Rothy’s shoes that Meaghan was wearing and

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Apple won't meet quarterly revenue target due to coronavirus

(Feb 18): Apple Inc doesn’t expect to meet its revenue guidance for the March quarter due to work slowdowns and lower demand due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus in China.

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Lessons from Bernie Ebbers' acquisitions spree

SINGAPORE (Feb 14): The former WorldCom CEO Bernie Ebbers, who died at the age of 78 this month, started life as a basketball coach.

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