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SINGAPORE has again been ranked the world's third most competitive economy by business school IMD, but lost its top spot on the Asia Pacific ranking to Hong Kong, which also by-passed...

SOME 8,000 staff of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will soon receive the bleak news that they will be laid off under a large-scale staff cutback plan by the embattled state-owned carrier that could cost...

WITH the yen falling to an eight-year low against the dollar this week and various indicators suggesting that it isn't done doing so, Japan's government and central bank officials are...

THE High Court has turned down the government's application to appoint independent accountants to oversee government grants made to Aljunied-Hougang- Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC), run by...

AROUND S$2.2 billion in public-sector infocomm tenders will be up for grabs during fiscal 2015.

THE largely dormant crowdfunding space in Singapore was jolted on Wednesday by the news of a three-party alliance comprising local platforms CoAssets, FundedByMe and New Union. The alliance seeks to...

LAND preparation works for the massive Changi East development - which include Changi Airport's upcoming Terminal 5 and third runway - are on track, with ground improvement works now underway...

THE progress of a society should not be measured by just its wealth, but also by how it helps its less fortunate members, President Tony Tan Keng Yam said on Wednesday.

TOM Hayes, a 35-year-old former trader for Citigroup and UBS, was the "ringmaster" in a concerted effort to manipulate global benchmark interest rates to make as much money as he could,...

SINGAPORE's largest bank - which holds about half of the entire country's savings - is juggling its evolution into a digital lender without alienating existing customers and losing its POSB...