In today's paper

THE merger of International Enterprise Singapore and Spring Singapore has brought internationalisation to the forefront of Singapore's national agenda. For companies looking to expand overseas,...

THE BOTTOM LINE

THE speech by British Prime Minister Theresa May in Florence, Italy on Friday could improve the fortunes of the UK's negotiations on exiting the European Union (EU). Observers will inevitably...

EDITORIAL

THE suggestion for the Singapore market to have bond default insurance coverage is, no doubt, well meaning and if it pulls through, could provide some measure of relief to anxious holders of...

ASIA is radiant with entrepreneurial heat these days. Cities such as Beijing and Singapore are showing up on lists of the top startup ecosystems in the world (Startup Genome, 2017). Inspired by local...

TO much of the rest of Europe, Brexit Britain has sometimes felt like one long comedy fast turning into farce, if not tragedy. On Friday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May will seek to reset the exit...

FROM the pioneering work of Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage to the visionary Tim Berners-Lee, the UK has always been at the forefront of digital innovation. Even areas where our strengths are well...

SHARES of local lender OCBC edged up while that of its insurance arm Great Eastern clocked losses at the closing on Wednesday following reports that the insurer is selling its stake in its Malaysian...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

THE Central Provident Fund 2016 annual report can make for frightening reading in highlighting Singapore's rapidly ageing population...

IT always seems to happen a few months after a new American president takes office and as he responds to international crises and delivers addresses that outline his views on global affairs. Pundits...

EDITORIAL

THE Singapore Exchange's (SGX) recent suggestion to fast-track well-behaved companies' corporate action applications is a positive sign that its newly restructured regulation arm is aiming...