STARHUB's swift and decisive cost-cutting plan driven by new chief executive Peter Kaliaropoulos drew the bulls out from hiding on Thursday, pushing the shares up 4.28 per cent to S$1.95 as...

[SINGAPORE] Axiata Group Bhd's dream of building a carrier that spans southern Asia from Singapore to Pakistan, Indonesia and India is fading as it risks losing hold of overseas units to rivals...

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M1 flew up the actives list on Friday morning, in a punchy return to trading after a week-long break.

Keppel Corporation (KepCorp) and Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SPH) have, through their special purpose vehicle, Konnectivity Pte Ltd, announced a pre-conditional voluntary general offer for M1...

KEPPEL Corp (KepCorp) on Thursday said it will be making a pre-conditional voluntary general offer of S$2.06 cash a share for the M1 shares it does not own, and a separate offer to privatise...

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BEING contrarian can be rather unnerving, but Keppel Corp's move to buy out M1 at the time when the telecom industry is reeling from fierce competition appears a happy resolution for all parties...

SHARES of StarHub stirred to life on Thursday, boosted by news that Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings are making a buyout offer for rival telco M1, in a deal which values the telco at over S$1...

SHARES in local telco StarHub surged by almost 7 per cent on Thursday to reach the highest it has been in 16 weeks. This came on the back of news that Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH)...

KEPPEL Corp, together with Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), will be making a pre-conditional voluntary general offer of S$2.06 per share for the remaining M1 shares they do not own, valuing Singapore...

SINGAPORE Press Holdings (SPH) and Keppel Corp both requested for a halt in the trading of their shares with immediate effect on Thursday morning before the market open.