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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
RIDE-HAILING platform Grab launched its first commercial car-pool service GrabShare that puts it one step deeper in a market dominated by rival Uber.
A NUMBER of current and former directors of Swiber Holdings are released on bail after having been taken for questioning by the Commercial Affairs Department (CAD), Singapore's white collar-crime investigations unit.
A MAJORITY-OWNED subsidiary of commodity trader Noble Group has sold off all of its interests in four power companies incorporated in the UK for at least US$23.5 million in cash, with an additional consideration of up to, but an unlikely, US$91.6 million.
OXLEY Holdings will invest A$32 million (S$33 million) for a 40 per cent stake in an Australian property and construction company.
MCL Land has emerged the top bidder for the residential land parcel at Margaret Drive with a bid price of S$238.39 million, pitting against 13 other bidders.
THE chief executive officer of Singapore Airlines (SIA), Goh Choon Phong, has been awarded the Dwight D. Eisenhower Global Innovation Award, making him the first-ever recipient from South-east Asia.
AN executive director of offshore marine support services firm Pacific Radiance is being investigated by Singapore's anti-corruption officials after he was arrested and released on bail.
The STI Today
A CONTINUED push on the banks helped add 6.07 points to the Straits Times Index (STI) at 2,949.12, though volume continued to dwindle and the broad market ended mixed.