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COMPANIES are realising that digital technologies have become major tools in connecting with customers. Today's digital natives - that is, those born after 1980 into a world of digital...

FROM time to time, participating (par) insurance policyholders complain that the bonuses they receive or the final payouts are much lower than the projected returns listed in the benefit...

LAST week, US stocks rallied and European benchmarks hit all-time highs as traders applauded the European Central Bank's (ECB) quantitative easing (QE) programme...

SINGAPORE is not about to witness the same war embroiling delivery van-booking apps like it did with taxi-booking apps late last year, industry watchers said, referring to the competition that saw at...

REGIONAL banks appear to be better placed to capture greater trade flows or meet retail banking demand in emerging markets, as international banks retreat from some countries, EY said in a report...

ON opening night at the annual gathering of the moneyed here, Russia's state-owned bank VTB put on a lavish party, with dancers in gorgeous versions of Russian traditional dress, Russian-style...

STANDARD Chartered's two largest investors have told the bank's chairman to find a replacement for chief executive Peter Sands within months, The Sunday Telegraph reported, without citing...

[LONDON] Britain's anti-EU UKIP party was dealt a blow on Saturday when senior member and MEP Amjad Bashir, left what he described as the "amateur" outfit to join David Cameron's...

[ATHENS] Greek voters go to the polls on Sunday in an election that will determine whether the country that triggered the debt crisis in 2010 holds to the path of economic reform or challenges its...

[TOKYO] Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday called for the immediate release of a Japanese journalist held by Islamic State after a video surfaced claiming that a fellow Japanese captive had...