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KEPPEL Corp shares opened to a relatively muted market reaction on Monday, while Keppel Land's shares surged, after the conglomerate unveiled a bid to take its real estate subsidiary private...

KEPPEL Corp's offer to take Keppel Land private has brought into focus other potential privatisation targets among listed property developers in Singapore...

EVEN as Keppel Corp embarks on a deal that some see has having a transformational effect for the conglomerate, its shareholders would have no say over the offer to take its real estate subsidiary...

SINGAPORE's fourth quarter and 2014 growth estimates for its gross domestic product (GDP) look set to be revised upwards, with the manufacturing sector having sprung a December surprise by...

SYRIZA's resounding election victory has pushed Greece closer to quitting the eurozone. But a so-called Grexit is still not the most probable outcome, as the radical left group should be able to...

SINGAPORE must avoid a situation in which government policies, especially those that involve financial subsidies for the people, turn into an "auction" during national elections, said...

THE labour movement wants every Singaporean worker to have an individual training account so that they can be responsible for their own training needs and career planning.

STANDARD & Poor's (S&P) has warned of downgrades to the ratings of Asia-Pacific oil and gas players such as Malaysia's Petronas, should oil prices take a longer-than-expected time...

MALAYSIA Airlines' (MAS) website was hacked on Monday by hackers known as the Lizard Squad, who later went on to leak a list of flight bookings after the airline tried to assure passengers that...

[TOKYO/WELLINGTON] The euro hit an 11-year low versus the U.S. dollar on Monday as Greece's anti-austerity Syriza party swept to victory in a snap election, putting Athens on a collision course...