LETTER TO THE EDITOR

WE refer to the article "Over 8,500 business entities close shop in April; highest in recent years" (The Business Times, May 11, 2020), which reported that the number of business entities that...

WITH almost half of humanity under some sort of restriction or lockdown, companies are scrambling to continue their operations remotely, even as economies appear to be in free fall. Employees are...

THE BOTTOM LINE

EVERY chief executive thinks about, and fears, the "black swan" events that could threaten their business. The obvious nature of black swans makes this no easy task.

SINGAPORE BUDGET 2020

IN an increasingly multipolar world facing disruption, economic nationalisation and natural adversities, enterprises must seek new ways to thrive in a shifting business, trade and investment...

IN THE LATE 1980s, Bob Iger – then head of ABC Entertainment – greenlit a TV series called Cop Rock.

WITH THE TRIPLE rise of smartphones, e-commerce and streaming services, fewer people want to leave their homes for shopping and entertainment – unless what's out there promises a truly engaging...

CHINA and India made the top 10 list of governments that have done the most in the past year to improve the ease of doing business in their countries, the World Bank said.

BUSINESSES are trying to persuade the opposition Labour Party to soften its plans to crimp profits, empower workers and take privately-held assets under state control as the UK approaches an...

Q. As the economic environment gets increasingly volatile, what edge does sustainability goals give to businesses?

THE BROAD VIEW

THREE years ago, Big Data adoption in enterprises sat at a meagre 17 per cent. Last year, that had swelled to 59 per cent, with less than 10 per cent of enterprises having no plans to use Big Data...