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ACRA has audit firms in its sight

SINGAPORE (Aug 2): Auditors using the search engine Google to screen clients as part of due diligence; senior auditors not spending enough time reviewing or supervising client audits; spouses of au

Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

This startup uses AI to detect falls among elderly who are home alone

SINGAPORE (June 28): Local entrepreneur Lim Meng Hui was working on an artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled security system to detect intruders when his grandmother fell and lay helpless.

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CRCT says acquisitions will all be accretive to distributable income

SINGAPORE (June 14): CapitaMall Xuefu and CapitaMall Aidemengdun in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, and CapitaMall Yuhuating in Changsha, Hunan province are three malls that CapitaLand Retail China

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The force is strong with Disney this year, thank Marvel you must

SINGAPORE (May 31): Spoiler alert. Spider-Man, one of the survivors in the latest Avengers: Endgame, will see its latest movie Spider-Man: Far From Home released in end-J

Dine in

Fine and casual

Celebrity chef restaurant, table65, opens at Resorts World Sentosa.

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This startup plans to permanently integrate its offerings with Grab

SINGAPORE (May 10): If there is one thing that internet and app-oriented start-ups track closely regardless of the industry they operate in, it is the conversion rate.

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Pakatan Harapan's hope for Malaysia

SINGAPORE (May 3): In a TV interview on April 11, UBS economist Kelvin Tay blamed “political paralysis” in Malaysia for landing the country in an economic bind that includes a “current account defi

Global Economy

Central banks turn dovish as IMF urges to 'do no harm'

SINGAPORE (Apr 15): Major central banks around the world have maintained a dovish stance, in line with a softer growth outlook by the International Monetary Fund.

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IHH Healthcare to take offerings to 'whole different level' with digitalisation

SINGAPORE (Apr 12): Towards the end of July 2012, at a meeting with bankers and fund managers in the run-up to IHH Healthcare’s IPO, an executive of a financial institution asked what was so specia

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The revolution need not be automated

(Apr 8): Artificial intelligence is transforming every aspect of our lives, not least the economy. As a general-purpose technology, AI’s applications are potentially endless.

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