SINGAPORE is ranked fourth in the world when it comes to cities with the most millionaire chief executive officers (CEOs) while London topped the list, according to a report.

HARD work is required to achieve economic growth in Singapore and help workers stay employed, and the government will take the lead, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his 2017 May Day message.

THE Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), one of the most established private education providers here, will soon open its doors to its first international school for teenagers from the region and...

Dubbed black gold, crude oil or petroleum is one of the most important resources in the world. Refined products from crude oil are mainly used for transportation needs, such as petrol for cars,...

IRON ore, which entered a bear market two weeks ago, may have more room to fall in its price as significant volumes of new supply come on stream from Australia and Brazil in the coming years, BHP...

WALL STREET INSIGHT

LAST week, US stocks rose slightly as strong earnings from technology companies, the advancement of a pro-Europe candidate in the French elections and the prospects of a tax bill from President...

SOME 130 units in Artra, a 400-unit condo next to Redhill MRT station, were sold over the weekend.

US BUSINESS investment is finally showing signs of life, and the Federal Reserve may have to reconsider its low-and-slow approach to raising interest rates if such spending becomes a vital force for...

MONDAY MULTIPLE

AN altercation over a long-winded but dogged investor at the Pan-United annual general meeting (AGM) last Wednesday turned into one of the more edifying meetings I've attended at the company in...

THE European Union (EU) has agreed on a hardline, united front during Brexit negotiations, illustrating that it will be exceedingly difficult for the parties to forge a compromise agreement.