DIGITAL transformation is making it faster and easier to do business.

MERCHANTS are increasingly at the mercy of fickle consumers. Every day, consumers change their minds about what they like, how they want to engage with brands, and what they are willing to trade...

MANY business and information technology (IT) leaders whom I have spoken to agree that technology is a disruptive force - one that enables new business models, opens new sources of revenue and shapes...

LAST week, the American public saw for the first time detailed, specific evidence that President Vladimir Putin's military commanders in Russia were engaged in a day-to-day, highly sophisticated...

WHEN artificial intelligence (AI) is brought up today, a common image that comes to mind for many people is a chatbot or a translator. AI is all that, but more.

AS widely predicted, artificial intelligence (AI)-powered chatbots are no longer exclusive to Fortune 500 companies.

AFTER a friend's suicide last year, Zach Schleien sought some answers through an online discussion forum. He was riveted by the people who shared their pain, such as the 19-year-old woman who...

JOHN McEnroe, known for his on-court outbursts, would be in his element at next month's Wimbledon tennis tournament, where every fist-pump of elation and cry of angst will be analysed by...

ONE year ago this week, Amazon.com loudly declared its intention to become a grocery industry heavyweight by announcing its agreement to buy Whole Foods Market.

SINGAPORE is making a big statement about its digital aspirations, with Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat unveiling a series of initiatives aimed at developing the digital capabilities of firms in his...