COMMENTARY

A UNITHOLDER revolt unlike any other in Singapore's largely steady and uneventful real estate investment trust space is showing up the unattractive spots in one of the city state's most...

YUM CHA

THERE'S a four letter word that starts with "L" and it causes headaches for many in Hong Kong...

BUDGET ROUNDTABLE

IN anticipation of the 2017 Singapore Budget and with the Committee on the Future Economy's focus on developing a digital economy, encouraging innovation and promoting entrepreneurship, what do...

INSIDE VIEW

The own-goals of the Trump administration continue to provide grist for the journalistic mill. The latest snafus include the sudden resignation this week of President Donald Trump's National...

THE BROAD VIEW

NOBODY gave Ahmed al-Dainiy a second glance on Thursday as he walked among the youthful crowd on the opening day of Saudi Arabia's first Comic-Con event, wearing a horse head mask...

SASS AND THE CITY

THERE are many reasons to feel pessimistic about the year. Never mind the heavy wave of anti-trade sentiment, the tensions in global politics and the slowing growth.

HOCK LOCK SIEW

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) is now seeking public feedback on two fronts - first, whether it should amend its listing manual to allow for dual-class shares (DCS) which is an arrangement that gives...

EDITORIAL

SINCE Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won the elections last May in a landslide, international observers have watched with growing alarm his dogged pursuit of a brutal war on drugs.

SMOKING is probably the single largest avoidable cause of death and disease in Singapore. The smoking habit also tends to be more prevalent among lower-income individuals; this makes smoking a major...

THE BOTTOM LINE

THE UK Parliament has endorsed the decision to apply to leave the European Union (EU). So, come spring, wheels will start to turn, with a 24-month deadline. The indications are that the UK will go...