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We are not in a bubble yet - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

We are not in a bubble yet

Financial journalists are rarely treated like rock stars. Readers eagerly await the views of Goola Warden and Assif Shameen in The Edge Singapore every Friday.

Why Apple and Facebook are feuding over privacy  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Why Apple and Facebook are feuding over privacy

Smartphone behemoth Apple and social media giant Facebook have long been frenemies. Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs once mentored Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

GST to be imposed on imported low-value goods, B2C imported non-digital services  from 2023 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

GST to be imposed on imported low-value goods, B2C imported non-digital services from 2023

Online shoppers here may soon find that their purchases from e-commerce sites like Amazon, Taobao, Shopee and Lazada could become more expensive as Singapore slaps the Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Tech

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to cede role to company's cloud computing unit head

Amazon.com Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos will step down from his post in the third quarter of 2021 and be replaced by Andy Jassy, the head of the company’s cloud computing unit.

Digital is the new norm - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Digital is the new norm

Technology stocks are riding high on strong upward momentum worldwide.

Company in the news

Elon Musk surpasses Jeff Bezos to become world's richest person

Elon Musk, world’s richest person.

A statement that seemed outlandish one year ago became plausible, then almost inevitable as Tesla Inc.’s share price climbed higher and higher in 2020.

Is there a silver lining to the silver screen? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Is there a silver lining to the silver screen?

Harry Houdini was an American entertainer in the 1890s who was famous for defying death. Houdini performed all over America. Audiences were transfixed by his escape acts.

US stocks

Dow at 30,000: Whither US tech stocks?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) on Nov 24 rallied to a record 30,000 points as US President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take over the White House.

Big Tech backlash means less free stuff - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Big Tech backlash means less free stuff

Governments around the world are taking major steps to clamp down on the anti-competitive practices of large technology companies.

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