GENERAL practitioner (GP) Dr Jipson Quah sees patients not just at his Woodlands clinic, but on his smartphone as well. When setting up his clinic three months ago, Dr Quah, 31, decided to try out...

IT HAD been marketed as "the world's most desirable address" and pitched as a playground for the rich and famous, but since the last peak in transaction activity in 2010, property prices in the...

IN recent years, more Singaporeans are answering the call for the younger generation to become hawkers. But those who have traded indoor air-conditioning for aromatic wok hei have found that the...

Not so long ago, investors would have frowned on a company headed for the stock market with no profitability – and no clear sight of future profits – to show.

THESE days, that ping-pong table in the office is not so unique anymore. In Singapore, employers are now dangling increasingly outrageous benefits such as unlimited vacation, cryopreservation, and...

IN the early years of Germany's liberalisation of the electricity market that empowered consumers not only to pick a provider but also the energy source - wind or gas versus the conventional coal...

A FEW rounds of interviews, a 150-page business proposal, a two-week bootcamp and a practical test spanning six hours. It took Charlie Tan all this, and more, to finally clinch the highly coveted...

SINGAPORE may be emerging as a springboard for Israeli firms with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI) that are looking to tap Asia's rise in wealth and stature.

THE way to understand how suspicious transactions can be missed by banks is to think about a system that has been trained to identify millions of butterflies.

WE'VE all heard this before: banks can be a fairweather friend.