UOB reaches young professionals in ASEAN with TMRW - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


UOB reaches young professionals in Asean with TMRW

Amid the excitement over Singapore’s first digital-only banks — to be announced by the end of the year — United Overseas Bank has already seen success with going digital, all by tu

What could a digital banking licence mean for Singtel? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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What could a digital banking licence mean for Singtel?

DBS Group Research is keeping its “buy” recommendation on Singtel with a target price of $2.69, as analyst Sachin Mittal believes that the Singtel and Grab joint venture is a strong candidate for a


SoftBank’s Son presses Grab for truce with rival Gojek

SoftBank Group Corp.’s Masayoshi Son is stepping up pressure on Grab Holdings Inc.

Relief for ComfortDelGro once Phase 3 begins: RHB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Relief for ComfortDelGro once Phase 3 begins: RHB

The taxi business here will see gradual improvement once Phase 3 of Singapore’s re-opening begins, says RHB analyst Shekhar Jaiswal in an Oct 7 note.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Student-led Protege Ventures grooms future VC, start-up recruits

When it comes to making investments and providing capital for start-ups to flourish, these activities are usually performed by seasoned venture capitalists, not students.

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Where will ride-hailing apps drive towards in a post-Covid-19 world?

SINGAPORE (June 26): With the rapid proliferation of 4G LTE networks across the Southeast Asia region, the gig economy is seeing a boom, driven primarily by ride-hailing apps Grab and GoJek.

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Singpost dragged by postal backlog but elections may provide a temporary reprieve

SINGAPORE (June 22): Supply chain disruption has seen Singpost suffer from an international postal backlog as borders remain closed as a result of Covid-19.


Grab axes 360 employees in latest cost cutting measure, says this will be 'last organization-wide layoff' for the year

SINGAPORE (June 16): Ride-hailing giant Grab will be laying off 360 employees today, or about 5% of its workforce, as the company scrambles to “become leaner as an organization” amid the Covid-19 p

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Ninja Van raises $395.4 mil from investors including Grab and Facebook co-founder's B Capital Group

(May 5): Singapore’s Ninja Van has raised US$279 million (S$395.4 million) from backers including France’s GeoPost SA and ride-hailing giant Grab Holdings Inc., scoring one of Southeast Asia’s larg

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SGX's first DCS listing is a letdown

SINGAPORE (April 17): When the dual-class shares (DCS) structure for Singapore-listed companies was first mooted in 2016, the proposal generated quite a buzz.

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