Oxley unveils dividend policy on favourable market conditions

OXLEY Holdings has unveiled a dividend policy of paying dividends not less than 25 per cent of the group's consolidated profit after tax for the financial years ending June 30, 2018 (FY2018) and June 30, 2019 (FY2019). ...

FLT posts Q4 DPU of 1.77 S cents, 9% above forecast

FRASERS Logistics & Industrial Trust (FLT) on Thursday posted a distribution per unit (DPU) of 1.77 Singapore cents for its financial period ended Sept 30, 2017, an 8.6 per cent increase from its forecasted 1.63 cents.

S'pore firm Novoflex could turn making of SIM cards on its head

A HOMEGROWN company has developed a first-of-its-kind technological process that could revolutionise the making of SIM cards and even devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) globally, The Business Times has learnt.
FUTURE ECONOMY

Network of lockers, cargo-space platform part of logistics plan

AN Industry Digital Plan (IDP) launched for logistics SMEs (small and medium enterprises) on Wednesday will offer a network of common parcel lockers for the e-commerce ecosystem, and also a platform that enables large shippers to sell unused cargo space at a discount to smaller shippers.

Grab launches GrabPay to eateries and retailers

SINGAPORE is yet another step closer to a cashless society, as Grab on Wednesday launched its mobile wallet service GrabPay to merchants.

25 hawker stalls, shops in Singapore accept payments via GrabPay

STARTING Wednesday, consumers can use GrabPay - the mobile wallet solution by Grab - to pay at 25 hawker stalls, restaurants and retail shops in Singapore.

Digital initiatives to help logistics SMEs launched

A NETWORK of common parcel lockers and a platform that allows large shippers to sell unused cargo space at a discount to smaller shippers will soon be a reality in Singapore - under a new Industry Digital Plan (IDP) that has been launched for logistics small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as part of...

Industry digital plan lends Singapore logistics SMEs a hand

SMALL and medium-sized logistics businesses will find opportunities to take part in projects that could benefit the entire industry through a newly revealed Industry Digital Plan (IDP), the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) said on Wednesday.
IPO WATCH

Japanese restaurant group RE&S to list on Catalist

JAPANESE restaurant group RE&S Holdings has filed a preliminary prospectus for a Catalist listing as it seeks to raise capital for new outlets - a move that will add to Singapore Exchange (SGX)'s more than US$100 billion consumer sector...

Razer to raise up to HK$4.3b in HKSE listing

RAZER, the Singaporean-founded gaming company, could raise up to HK$4.3 billion (S$749.7 million) in its proposed listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) mainboard.

Japanese restaurant group RE&S to list on Catalist

JAPANESE restaurant group RE&S Holdings has filed a preliminary prospectus for a Catalist listing as it seeks to raise capital for new outlets - in a move that will add to Singapore Exchange's (SGX) US$100 billion consumer sector, one of its focus sectors...

Razer to raise up to HK$4b in proposed HKSE listing

RAZER - the Singapore-founded gaming company - could raise up to HK$4.3 billion (S$749.7 million) in its proposed listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) main board.
HOCK LOCK SIEW

SEA's IPO noteworthy on many fronts

THIS month, Singapore-based Internet company SEA Ltd, formerly known as Garena, debuted a US$884 million initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) - a noteworthy development for Singapore, South-east Asia, and the tech industry on so many fronts.
DISRUPTED

Going for the ace

AS I write this column, Venus Williams - one of the all-time greats of women's tennis - has just bagged her second singles match at the 2017 WTA Finals Singapore. The former world No 1, whose fans have been among the loudest at the Singapore Indoor Stadium this week - will play Caroline...

Singapore not rushing to regulate cryptocurrencies: MAS

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Wednesday reiterated that Singapore would be slow to regulate cryptocurrencies - a move industry players said could actually be good for the growth of the cryptocurrency and blockchain sector here, and Singapore as the region's cryptocurrency hub...

Singapore not rushing to regulate cryptocurrencies: MAS

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Wednesday reiterated that Singapore would be slow to regulate cryptocurrencies - a move that industry players said could actually be good for the growth of the cryptocurrency and blockchain sector here, and for making Singapore the region's...

Trendlines completes S$14m share placement

THE Trendlines Group has raised S$14.03 million through its share placement announced on Oct 10.

Trendlines raises S$14m in share placement from investors including B Braun

THE Trendlines Group said on Wednesday that it has raised S$14.03 million through its share placement announced on Oct 10.

SGX Q1 net profit up 9% to S$90.7m

SINGAPORE Exchange (SGX) on Wednesday posted a 9.2 per cent increase in net profit to S$90.7 million for its first quarter ended Sept 30.

Lenovo 'torture chamber' that whips its ThinkPads into shape

A BAY bridge that is an architectural wonder, a museum whose pride is instant noodles, a Chinatown which is one of the most sprawling in Asia, and a top-secret lab where one of the world's most durable laptops are put to the test - what do all these have in common?...

The future is retro for ThinkPad 25

IN what is considered a feat in the tech world, Lenovo this month unveiled the 25th and latest model of the ThinkPad - its iconic line of black boxy laptops and tablets that have become popular with enterprises for its robustness and functionality.

Nokia to test Asia's first elderly-fall prediction system

DIGITAL healthcare in Singapore got a fillip on Tuesday with the introduction of a first-of-its-kind elderly-fall prediction application.

NetLink Trust to enhance operational procedures following S$10,000 fine

NETLINK NBN Trust has enhanced its operational procedures, following a fibre service interruption incident last December that led to it being fined S$10,000 by the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA).

ST Engineering's electronics arm wins S$585m in contracts in Q3

SINGAPORE Technologies (ST) Electronics, the electronics arm of ST Engineering, has clinched about S$585 million worth of contracts in the third quarter of 2017.

Nokia to trial Asia's first elderly fall prediction app in Singapore

NOKIA on Tuesday said that it is trialling Asia's first-of-its-kind fall prediction video analytics application in Singapore - that could predict and prevent falls among the elderly population...