OVER the past 25 years, Singapore has had at least 10 sets of property cooling measures. These interventions were rolled out not only to curb speculation and rein in runaway home prices, but also...

Even when the occasion calls for it, formal attire takes a back seat. At weddings - and some business meetings - T-shirts and jeans are not uncommon. At work, "dress down Friday" is fast becoming...

When circuit breaker measures are lifted, 29-year-old David Lim* will return to his office. He will have to learn new skills, to cover for some of his colleagues who were let go.  

WHO would have thought that an unknown virus would be the Black Swan of 2020 that will redefine how we work, play and interact once this global health crisis abates?

While Ms Krishnan expects more companies to adopt flexible working and work-from-home policies in future, she does not expect the physical office to go away altogether. Rather, its purpose will...

BRUNCH

With Budget 2020 including new efforts tohelp this group, a question arises: how different is the challenge that they face today, as tech plays a growing role in the economy? To what extent can...

IF cities today are truly high-tech, why can't we drive electric cars up to Kuala Lumpur on a single charge? Why are we tethered by a cable to a wall socket each time our smartphones run out of...

With safe distancing limits in place, coaches find themselves pushed to change the way they interact with clients, putting a dampener on demand. Prospects of new business also appear to have dried...

Mr Chua himself is still a venture capitalist, but nearly everything else about his job has changed. Industrials are out. The 64-year-old is now immersed in the brave new world of ride-hailing,...

IT looks like boom time for artificial intelligence (AI) in Singapore. There are two main economic drivers for AI in Singapore, Mark Findlay, deputy director of the Singapore Management University...