ROLLS-ROYCE Holdings plc is likely to be a much-smaller company in the coming years with aerospace facing an uncertain future.

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ROLLS-ROYCE is scrapping its targets and final dividend to shore up its finances as the British aero-engine maker's customers around the world ground planes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

[BENGALURU] UK aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce will abandon its targets on profits, cash and deliveries, and suspend its dividend, due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Financial Times reported late...

[LONDON] Aerospace engineering firm Rolls-Royce reported a 2019 operating loss of £852 million (S$1.53 billion), after the cost of tackling durability problems with its Trent 1000 engine eclipsed...

ROLLS-ROYCE, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) and two local enterprises have jointly developed a new technology that automates part of an inspection process in jet engine...

ROLLS Royce-Holdings said it's swapping out more than 30 Boeing 787 engines amid concern that they could suffer a power surge that might lead to shut down mid flight.

YOUR chances of seeing a new Rolls-Royce on the streets got much better in 2019. The venerable luxury brand followed up a record 2018 with another blockbuster year, by selling 5,152 cars, a 25 per...

[LONDON] Rolls-Royce Holdings is pitching nuclear reactors as the most effective way of powering the production of carbon-neutral synthetic aviation fuel without draining global electricity grids...

AS the global aviation sector continues to take off, innovations that will be developed in Singapore aim to make the industry both more efficient and environmentally sustainable.

ROLLS-ROYCE, the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore (NTU), and the Singapore government have jointly invested S$88 million into a research partnership set up in 2013.