In today's paper
A NEW set of guidelines has been launched to help manufacturers here build smart factories of the future and take advantage of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0.
DEBT collection in Singapore is thriving as a business - and it's not just due to a lousy economy. Companies are increasingly outsourcing debt collection to professionals, who are more efficient...
THE growing integration of technology into everyday objects and manufacturers' diversification beyond mobile phones are keeping analysts bullish about the fundamentals for Singapore's tech...
DESPITE pumping more money into factories and offices, Singapore firms in the United States and US multinational corporations (MNCs) in Singapore saw their investment incomes fall in 2016.
UNITED States President Donald Trump landed in the Philippines on Sunday for a summit of South-east and East Asian nations, hours after offering to mediate on competing claims to the South China Sea...
TRADE ministers from Asean and Hong Kong inked two free trade and investment pacts on Sunday, which they called a signal of their commitment towards free trade.
SINGAPOREANS thronging the weekend launch of Parc Botannia snapped up some 230 units of the Sengkang 99-year leasehold condominium over the weekend. The average selling price was S$1,270 per square...
WHENEVER Paul Mang is told that the insurance industry is lagging behind in innovation and technology, he finds it very puzzling - and begs to differ.
PAUL Mang also runs the Aon Centre for Innovation and Analytics in Singapore, which was set up in 2012. It is the second of its kind for Aon; the first was set up in 2009 in Dublin.
WALL STREET INSIGHT
US stocks ticked down last week, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped an eight-week winning streak amid fears that the Republican tax cut plan could founder on the rocks of political discord.