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Tong's Portfolio

A layman's guide to investing in tech companies

SINGAPORE (Oct 14): Investors on Wall Street are clearly losing appetite for overhyped loss-making technology companies with uncertain business models and unclear paths to profitability.

Tong's Portfolio

Declining attraction of unicorn IPOs

SINGAPORE (Sept 30): This year was supposed to be the year for tech unicorns.

Global Markets

Briefs

SINGAPORE (Aug 5): “If you want marines to drive away the Chinese fishermen, not one of them will come home alive.”Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, def

Geopolitics

Briefs

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Tech

Why investors should avoid hitching a ride on Uber's IPO

SINGAPORE (Apr 22): Investors who found some way to short the stock of Lyft, the No 2 ride-hailing player in the US, have had a great ride since its IPO three weeks ago.

In print this week

Briefs

SINGAPORE (Apr 15): “The patience of Ecuador has reached its limit on the behaviour of Mr Assange.”Lenín Moreno, Ecuador’s president, on the decision to allow UK police to a

Commentary

Grab, GoJek, Didi and why it's hard to find winners in the few really successful EMs

SINGAPORE (Feb 18): They say there is no such thing as bad publicity.

Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

Grab raises US$150 mil from Yamaha

SINGAPORE (Dec 17): Grab is attracting more global backers after the ride-hailing service defeated Uber Technologies Inc. in Southeast Asia. A motorcycle maker has become the latest investor.

Broker's Calls

Ride-hailing rivalry, goodies unlikely to return to 'good old days'

SINGAPORE (Oct 31): DBS Group Research says the competition and level of subsidies seen during the Grab vs Uber era are unlikely to return.

In print this week

Singapore's competition watchdog fines Grab and Uber but can fair play resume?

SINGAPORE (Oct 1): Choo was earning up to $5,000 a month when he first started driving for ride-hailing start-up Grab some three years ago.

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