Jan 24, 2018

Juggernaut sites take en bloc game to new level

HOME owners are taking Singapore's latest en bloc craze to a new level, with mega developments - sitting on sites close to or over one million sq ft each - joining the bandwagon.
Jan 24, 2018 11:11 AM

Hot stock: Midas up on S$7.7m married deal, say sources

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Jan 19, 2018 05:50 AM

Alexander Payne

THERE'S A CERTAIN kind of pressure that comes from being known as a film-lover's filmmaker, one whose dark...
Jan 19, 2018 05:50 AM

The Pursuit Of Less

BEN LIU CAN TELL YOU exactly how much - or perhaps how many - clothes he has: "Five shirts, nine T-shirts, five...
Jan 19, 2018 05:50 AM

Festive Feasting

Start the Year of the Dog on a delicious and auspicious note ...



Finishing on a high

Wrapping up a 37-year career in banking, Citi Private Bank's Bassam Salem talks about the industry's real challenges, and shares his plans for his next phase of life.

Mentor extraordinaire

Fascination about people but distaste for mealy-mouthing. These and other insights about John Bittleston's zest for life come through in his (almost) daily musings about work and the world at large.

A growing Asian footprint

Technology is powering Prudential's growth and adding value, says the insurer's CEO Mike Wells.

AI-Aided Elixir

Anastasia Georgievskaya is co-founder of a company that is using artificial intelligence and machine vision to tackle skin ageing. She has organised the first beauty contest judged by robots, and developed an app that tracks age-related facial changes - and she's just turned 24.


The Singapore economy may have performed much better than expected last year, but many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are still waiting to reap the gains from that.