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The Edge defies the death of print

Nirgunan Tiruchelvam
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam9/2/2021 10:50 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
The Edge defies the death of print
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Cockroaches are an irritant in Singapore’s rainy season. These insects may be a nuisance, but they have a durability that investors crave. Cockroaches are the one species that can withstand nuclear bombs.

If there is an equivalent of cockroaches in finance, it would be print magazines. Print magazines have weathered the Internet explosion.

The first 1,000 issues of The Edge Singapore have taken nearly 20 years to appear. Stories in the finance world change constantly. But, in every year of The Edge Singapore’s existence, the death of print magazines has been proclaimed.

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