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CORTINA Watch is not taking a breather, even after opening the world's biggest Patek Philippe boutique in Taiwan. Neither is the Swiss currency shock or a soft market going to slow it. ...

RESTRUCTURING pains continue to bite, with more workers laid off in 2014 than the year before. Still, labour market conditions remain tight - unemployment averaged just 2 per cent for the whole of...

US economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter as weak business spending and a wider trade deficit offset the fastest pace of consumer spending since 2006.

THE deal that was trumpeted as a mark of Malaysian tycoon Ananda Krishnan's corporate prowess when he unloaded his ageing power assets at a hefty price of RM8.5 billion (S$3.16 billion) to state...

LONG-HAUL budget carrier AirAsia X - which is planning to raise some RM395 million (S$146.97 million) via a rights issue - has appointed new senior management, confirming reports earlier this week...

THE recent slump in global oil prices has weakened expectations of many manufacturing firms as they anticipate a fall in revenue.

THE government will continue to provide strong support for restructuring. Meanwhile, companies have to actively seek growth opportunities through innovation and internationalisation.

PARLIAMENT passed a law on Friday to ban the sale and consumption of alcohol in public areas between 10.30pm and 7am to control the negative consequences of public consumption of alcohol in Singapore...

IT cost Cortina Watch around S$4 million and nearly two years of planning to get the world's biggest Patek Philippe boutique up and running, according to Raymond Lim, Cortina's deputy...

SINGTEL has teamed up with Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros Entertainment to establish a startup that will stream the best of Hollywood and regional entertainment on any device of the...