A FIERCE home loans war has broken out between DBS Bank and United Overseas Bank, to the delight of home buyers.

COMMENTARY

THERE is a fair amount of speculation in the market that the Singapore Exchange (SGX) is soon to consult the interested public on whether to (i) re-introduce a midday break in trading and (ii) widen...

THE Code of Corporate Governance (CG Code) will come under review by a council, amid calls for companies to go beyond boiler-plate explanations.

FINNISH brand Nokia, a former mobile star, on Sunday launched three new Android smartphones and unveiled a revamped version of its iconic 3310 model more than a decade after it was phased out.

THE world has piled on the economic growth bandwagon, but the bearish Matt King, Citi global head of credit products strategy, continues to tell clients that no, the developed world's corporate...

LATEST US DATA

NEW orders for US-made capital goods unexpectedly fell in January after three straight months of strong gains, but did little to change views that manufacturing was recovering from a prolonged slump...

MALAYSIAN conglomerate Sime Darby, which is proposing to carve out its plantations and property units into separate standalone listed entities, registered a 126 per cent jump in net profit to RM644...

LINKS between Singapore and China's private and public sectors got a boost on Monday, with the unveiling of several initiatives, including the formation of a joint expert panel that will advance...

DISSATISFIED with the pace at which mainboard-listed S i2i is working to get itself out of Singapore Exchange's (SGX) dreaded watch-list and fretful of time running out, a group of shareholders...

THE Republic - including the government - can do more in using technology to improve the lives of Singaporeans, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Friday.