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Yusuf Alireza, 45, chief executive officer of embattled commodity trader Noble Group, has resigned due to family reasons.

Noble CEO resigns; Noble to sell US energy marketing subsidiary

Yusuf Alireza, 45, chief executive officer of embattled commodity trader Noble Group, has resigned due to family reasons.


Prices of completed private apartments, condos rose 0.3% m-o-m in April: NUS index

This contrasts with a 1.1 per cent month-on-month (m-o-m) decline in the index in March, based on the revised index value for that month.

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Sembcorp delivers Hercules jack-up rig to Maersk, to receive US$190m final payment

Rigbuilder Sembcorp Marine said on Monday morning that it has delivered a jack-up rig called Maersk Highlander. The rig was originally meant for Hercules Offshore.


Minimum standards soon for 4G mobile telephony: minister

Singapore will also be one of the first countries in the world to impose minimum standards for 4G mobile services.


Samsung Pay adds Citibank Singapore to bank, payment networks

This means that Citibank credit card members will have the option to make payments across Singapore using compatible Samsung mobile phones.


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Singapore shares close weaker in lowest volume of the year

The Straits Times Index on Monday drifted to a 5.76-point loss at 2,796.75 in one of the quietest sessions this year, most probably because of Wall Street's Monday closure for Memorial Day.

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