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Investing strategy

The trust continuum

(June 19): I jostle for the right spot at home (#WFH). It is a challenge when both working parents are on separate conference calls while the eldest child is zooming with his piano teacher and the

Investing strategy

Luckin Coffee: Why did investors ignore the red flags?

SINGAPORE (Apr 9): Ivar Krueger, dubbed the Match King, used to kiss women on the wrist when introduced, and not on the hand. He was afraid of germs.


Alibaba's Lazada briefly stops delivering groceries in Singapore

SINGAPORE(Apr 2): Singapore’s government urged residents to consider ordering their groceries online rather than going to the shops. That just became tougher.

In print this week

How the use of free Google platforms led to the rise of a multi-million Series A funded start-up

SINGAPORE (May 31): Gabriel Lim is a tinkerer at heart, having spent hundreds of hours in his school computer labs as a kid building websites and trying his hand at hacking.

Oxley's potential $950 mil deal falls through after Gracious Land defaults on $38 mil deposit


Oxley's potential $950 mil deal falls through after Gracious Land defaults on $38 mil deposit

SINGAPORE (Mar 20): Oxley Gem, a subsidiary of Oxley Holdings, has terminated the


Singapore home sales rebound as buyers move past latest curbs

(Oct 15): Private home sales in Singapore jumped 51% in September as developers marketed more projects post the hungry-ghost festival month, a period Chinese buyers consider inauspicious, and as bu


Oxley says 40% of Mayfair Gardens sold over weekend

SINGAPORE (Oct 1): Developer Oxley Holdings says its Mayfair Gardens luxury condominium project, was 40% sold during its official launch weekend on Sept 29-30.


CityDev says 315 units at The Tapestry sold over weekend launch

SINGAPORE (Mar 26): City Developments (CDL) says 315 or 70% of the 450 units it released for the 861-unit The Tapestry over 24-25 Mar has been sold at an early bird average selling price of $1,310

Global Markets

Gloom for retailers as Chinese tourists spend less on shopping

SHANGHAI (July 11): They’re still coming in droves -- but no longer buying in spades.