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WHEN Singapore's Keppel Corporation made a bid of as much as S$3.2 billion in January to buy the shares of subsidiary Keppel Land (KepLand) that it did not own, Keppel Corp CEO Loh Chin Hua...

ON May 6, 1964, Berkshire Hathaway, then run by a man named Seabury Stanton, sent a letter to its shareholders offering to buy 225,000 shares of its stock for US$11.375 per share.

THE latest Greek agreement was as uninspiring as it was unsurprising. The problem is, and remains, that the interests of the two key parties, the Greeks and the troika, are fundamentally opposed.

AN illiquid stock, to paraphrase a conversation I once had with a value fund manager, could be a nice girl next door. She may not be interested in dating now, but does that mean she is not marriage...

AS the Central Provident Fund (CPF), Singapore's pension scheme, was in the news recently, I was having a debate with a colleague on whether restrictions should be placed on the use of CPF...