Datapulse Technology

Management & Corporate Governance

Datapulse issued notice of compliance by SGX over hotel-related deals

SINGAPORE (July 19): Less than a year after it was chided by Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) for failing to conduct proper due diligence for its controversial purchase of a haircare business, Datapulse Technology has found itself back in the cro


Datapulse's hospitality quest on firmer footing with stake acquisition in local hotel

SINGAPORE (July 9): Datapulse Technology is taking another step towards its diversification into the hospitality industry – just months after it was thrust into the spotlight for buying a haircare business without proper due diligence.


Datapulse slapped with writ of summons by ex-directors after partial payment of claim

SINGAPORE (Feb 26): Three former executive directors of Datapulse Technology have commenced legal action against the company for a balance sum of their original demand.


Datapulse to acquire Seoul hotel for $42.7 mil

SINGAPORE (Dec 17): Datapulse Technology announced that it is acquiring Hotel Aropa, a hotel located in Seoul, Korea, from Hotel Prima Co for a consideration of KRW 35 billion ($42.7 million).

Management & Corporate Governance

Datapulse to sell back haircare business Wayco just a year after acquisition

SINGAPORE (Nov 16): Less than a year after its controversial purchase of haircare company Wayco, Datapulse Technology is looking to reverse the deal.


Datapulse announces diversification plans with intended acquisition of hotel in Seoul

SINGAPORE (Oct 4): Datapulse Technology is seeking to acquire a hotel located near the Myeongdong district in Seoul, Korea, as part of its plans to expand the company’s core business from optical disc manufacturing to include hotel and hospitality inves


Datapulse eyes acquisition of KL hotel for diversification into hospitality industry

SINGAPORE (July 17): Datapulse Technology, the optical disc manufacturer which was chided by Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) for buying a shampoo business without proper due diligence, is diversifying into the hospitality industry.

In print this week

Questioning Singapore's corporate governance standards

SINGAPORE (June 29): Poor corporate governance recently became an issue at a number of locally listed companies, both large and small.