WITH international travel still largely on hold, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) group has stored four more aircraft Down Under, taking the number of planes parked in Australia to 22.
BEYOND COVID-19: F&B TAKES STOCK
DINING in is set to resume this Friday, but it is unlikely to be business as usual for the food and beverage (F&B) industry in Singapore.
BEYOND the obvious beneficiaries of the earlier-than-expected Phase 2 - namely retail malls, eateries and public transport operators - analysts are also recommending investments in defensive...
FOOD and beverage (F&B) players are expected to have a rough 2020, but some will do better than others. Coffee shop operator Kimly, for one, appears more resilient than its listed peers.
IT took around 10 days for ComfortDelGro Taxi to set up its delivery services app - a feat that would never have been accomplished so quickly under normal circumstances - chief executive officer...
AMID slow sales of new homes, an unlikely discounter has emerged, with price cuts of up S$500,000.
HOCK LOCK SIEW
WHEN Sats showcased its S$25 million kitchen expansion at Changi North in early March, it boasted that its use of scientific techniques such as pasteurisation and sterilisation enabled it to...
BEYOND COVID-19: SOCIAL SUPPORT
SINGAPORE has in place many safety nets that have been enhanced over the years but those related to loss of work could still be strengthened, observers say.
BT EXCLUSIVE: GARAGE
CO-WORKING operators have ramped up safe-distancing measures and monetary incentives in a bid to attract new members and retain existing ones amid Singapore's phased re-opening.
MARK TO MARKET
IF I had a dollar for every time someone said that Sembcorp Marine (SCM) would be taken private, or that it will eventually be merged with the offshore and marine arm of Keppel Corp, I might have...
WHILE most segments of the Singapore property market have been impacted negatively by the Covid-19 outbreak, leasing demand for warehouse space has been resilient in the past three months - on the...