SINGAPORE is short of more than 1 million skilled workers - a gap that could translate into revenue losses of US$106.8 billion annually by 2030, according to a new study.

PROPERTY developer CapitaLand has set out to accelerate its innovation push with a S$10 million programme in training and technology, done in partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board...

THIRTEENTH out of 63. That's how Singapore ranks in the latest World Talent Report, released recently by the Swiss Business School IMD. Not a bad showing, you might say, which is true. There is...

EDITORIAL

NOTHING says more, perhaps, about the value of superstar skills than the news last week about footballer Neymar's record transfer fee of 222 million euros (S$335 million)...

HEADING into the final year of his undergraduate degree in computer science Diky Arga, 21, could sense that his studies weren't preparing him for the sorts of jobs he wanted after graduation...

THE BROAD VIEW

AMORY KAHAN, seven, wanted to know when it would be snack time. Harvey Borisy, five, complained about a scrape on his elbow. And Declan Lewis, eight, was wondering why the two-wheeled wooden robot he...