Singapore to pick its AI battles as it grapples with limited resources

SINGAPORE (Sept 9): Singapore has to take a “targeted, purposeful approach” in its artificial intelligence (AI) efforts, as it lacks the resources of superpowers such as the US and China, says Mini

Careers & Training

5 ways fresh grads can succeed in the evolving business landscape: Robert Half

SINGAPORE (July 15): Employers in Singapore are preparing for an influx of fresh university graduates to enter the job market.

Careers & Training

More than 250 jobs up for grabs at Startup Career Fair tomorrow

SINGAPORE (Mar 6): Singapore’s biggest Startup Career Fair happening on Thursday, Mar 7, will see more than 60 startups offerings more than 250 full-time, part-time, and internship positions.

Budget 2019

80% of SMEs expect more incentives at Budget 2019 to help cope with business challenges: DBS poll

SINGAPORE (Feb 15): Some eight in 10 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore are expecting the government to announce more incentives at Budget 2019 to help support business growth amid a

Budget 2019

UOB sees deficit of $1.2 bil in FY2019 Budget on moderating domestic economy

SINGAPORE (Jan 30): Singapore is expected to see a small and manageable deficit of $1.2 billion for its FY2019 Budget, which comes off the back of a moderating domestic economy, says UOB.

Careers & Training

Ngee Ann Polytechnic partners London's CFTE to launch AI in Finance course

SINGAPORE (Apr 24): Singapore’s Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) is partnering London-based Centre for Finance, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CFTE) to launch a new AI in Finance (AIF) course.

Careers & Training

Singaporeans eager to upskill, but not entirely from their own pockets: Randstad

SINGAPORE (Apr 4): Singapore recorded the highest number of employees in Southeast Asia who expect their government to offer incentives should they choose to develop their professional competencies

Almost half of job vacancies in 2016 were for PMETs

SINGAPORE (Feb 7): Nearly half of all job vacancies in 2016 were for professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs), the Ministry of Manpower revealed on Tuesday.

Investing strategy

What to expect of Singapore’s budget & economic strategy in 2017

SINGAPORE (Feb 6): DBS Group Research is expecting this year’s impending Committee on the Future Economy (CFE)  report to “map out the longer-term future of the economy”, while projecting Budget FY

9 in 10 Singapore companies paid out retrenchment benefits in 2015

SINGAPORE (Dec 29): The proportion of establishments in Singapore giving out retrenchment benefits remains high, says the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) based on the results of its Retrenchment Benefit

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