TO SAY 2020 has been a turbulent year for aviation is putting it mildly. But while business and leisure travel dropped off a cliff early in the year, it soon emerged that there was urgent demand...

After months of trying to persuade private housing developers not to indulge in the continual re-issuance of options to purchase (OTPs) upon expiry, effectively allowing buyers to defer their...

THE scenes are familiar around the world, and eerily reminiscent of the dark days of the Great Depression - long lines of workers given their marching orders, chain-bolted gates with "Closed for...

IMAGINE you are a brand with a digital advertising campaign. One of your main goals is to reach a certain number of downloads and in-app activity. Mobile marketers like you spend millions on...

Gus, an Egyptian national, has been stuck at sea for longer than 12 months and just wants to go home. Back ashore, he has a family to take care of but he is unable to do anything for them.

After his usual gigs dried up, freelance performance artiste Stanley Seah was ready to dig into his savings amassed during the "bumper years" – until a friend introduced him to temporary work as a...

A GLOBAL recession might not seem like the best time to discuss measures that could raise costs for firms. Yet calls for a minimum wage have resurfaced since the July 10 polls. What gives this...

MORE than 2,000 vegetable farms dot the slopes of the Cameron Highlands in Malaysia. Many rely on the rivers there for their freshwater supply. But Tai Seng Yee, executive director of Zenxin...

EMPLOYEE reviews, typically a delicate matter, have become even trickier to manage amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. With employees working from home on an unprecedented scale and the crisis...

MORE than three years ago, governance advocates were deeply disappointed when the liquidator of failed S-chip Celestine Nutrifoods dropped its suit against the wound up firm's China-based bosses...