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Top Glove screens Malaysia workers after positive Covid-19 results

Top Glove Corp., the world’s biggest rubber-glove maker, is screening more workers after some of them at four of its Malaysian factories tested positive for the coronavirus.

Covid-19

Singapore to require all inbound travellers take virus tests

Singapore will require all inbound travellers to take a Covid test upon arrival in the city-state from Jan 25 amid a resurgence of cases globally, the Ministry of Health said in a statement.

Here are the major parts of the US$1.9 trillion Biden relief plan - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US politics

Here are the major parts of the US$1.9 trillion Biden relief plan

President-elect Joe Biden’s US$1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief plan is designed to both pump money into the economy and contain the coronavirus pandemic.

As Covid-19 hits job market, HR firms roll up sleeves - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

JOBS

As Covid-19 hits job market, HR firms roll up sleeves

Graduation is typically a time for hope in the future, as the new graduates ponder the future’s infinite possibilities.

Which companies will dominate in the future decades? 2021 will define the answer - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Disruption and Digitalisation

Which companies will dominate in the future decades? 2021 will define the answer

Christmas Day, 2050, and it’s strange watching the family unwrap their presents.

Logistics lessons from the pandemic: How businesses can adapt - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Disruption and Digitalisation

Logistics lessons from the pandemic: How businesses can adapt

The coronavirus has disrupted the world in an unprecedented manner.

A fragile recovery in 2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

A fragile recovery in 2021

By the end of 2020, financial markets — mostly in the United States — had reached new highs, owing to hopes that the numerous Covid-19 vaccines would create the conditions for a rapid V-shaped reco

Vaccine ETFs outperform Nasdaq and S&P500; offer diversified exposure to Covid - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Funds

Vaccine ETFs outperform Nasdaq and S&P500; offer diversified exposure to Covid

Much has been written about the impact of Covid-19 on market behaviour and market psychology.

Lian Beng reports 5.2% lower earnings of $17.6 mil for 1H21 due to circuit breaker measures, foreign workforce disruptions - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Results

Lian Beng reports 5.2% lower earnings of $17.6 mil for 1H21 due to circuit breaker measures, foreign workforce disruptions

Homegrown building construction and property development company Lian Beng Group has registered earnings of $17.6 million for the 1HFY2021 ended November, 5.2% lower than earnings of $18.6 million

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