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Looking back on 900 issues of The Edge Singapore

SINGAPORE (Sept 20): It wasn’t long after The Edge Singapore was launched that I began measuring time not in days or months but in terms of the publication’s issue numbers, a consequence o

Commentary

Scrutinising some recent placements and share sales

SINGAPORE (Aug 5): In early 2017, I bought some units in CapitaLand Commercial Trust to ride the tightening supply of top-end office space in Singapore.

Commentary

Scrutinising some recent placements and share sales

SINGAPORE (Aug 5): In early 2017, I bought some units in CapitaLand Commercial Trust to ride the tightening supply of top-end office space in Singapore.

Tech

Will Big Tech be broken up or regulated?

SINGAPORE (July 15): On July 16, top executives from tech behemoths Facebook, Google’s owner Alphabet, Amazon.com and Apple will

Global Economy

Mysteries of monetary policy

SINGAPORE (July 15): One of the remarkable features of post-war economic history has been the taming of inflation in the US and many other countries since the mid-1980s.

Global Economy

Mysteries of monetary policy

SINGAPORE (July 15): One of the remarkable features of post-war economic history has been the taming of inflation in the US and many other countries since the mid-1980s.

Tech

Will Big Tech be broken up or regulated?

SINGAPORE (July 15): On July 16, top executives from tech behemoths Facebook, Google’s owner Alphabet, Amazon.com and Apple will

Labour market

Why universal basic income is a bad idea

SINGAPORE (July 1): Owing to the inadequacy of the social safety net in the US and other developed countries, proposals for a universal basic income (UBI) are gaining in popularity.

Labour market

Why universal basic income is a bad idea

SINGAPORE (July 1): Owing to the inadequacy of the social safety net in the US and other developed countries, proposals for a universal basic income (UBI) are gaining in popularity.

Tech

Paging Larry Page: Alphabet deserves better

SINGAPORE (July 1): At a meeting last week of Alphabet stockholders, a man lobbed a simple query at the company’s chairman: Where is the CEO?

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