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GHY Culture & Media to raise $107.5 mil from IPO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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GHY Culture & Media to raise $107.5 mil from IPO

Media production company GHY Culture & Media plans to raise $107.5 million in its initial public offering, in conjunction with its listing on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange (

CapitaLand is overall leader among property giants - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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CapitaLand is overall leader among property giants

Homegrown property giant CapitaLand is the overall winner in the real estate industry sector.

Prepare for gradual post-Covid recovery, but don’t bet on return to 'normal' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Prepare for gradual post-Covid recovery, but don’t bet on return to 'normal'

The past half-decade has seen the rise of geopolitical rivalry and global populism alongside the rapid erosion of free trade, making for a time of great uncertainty.

Three 'unstoppable' entrepreneurs named - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Three 'unstoppable' entrepreneurs named

Professional services organisation EY has named three recipients of its 19th EY Entrepreneur Of The Year (EOY) 2020 Singapore awards.

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Collaboration key to winning the Rat race

SINGAPORE (Jan 23): The traditional print media industry faces ongoing structural challenges, but The Edge Singapore and EdgeProp Singapore are constantly adapting so that readers

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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

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Corporate leadership in a time of 'conscious capitalism'

The Edge Singapore’s Billion Dollar Club recognises leading performers among the largest local listed companies.

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Here’s what you might have missed out on at The Edge Singapore 2017 Mid-Year Investment Forum

SINGAPORE (July 28): The local stock market may be headed for a correction in the third quarter of this year, but that should not deter investors from putting their money into stocks right now.

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How Singapore’s wealth professionals could fall victim to the march of the machines

SINGAPORE (July 3): It appears that Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) intends to embrace the efficiencies that robo-advisers – defined by MAS as digital platforms that provide advice on investm

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