THE BOTTOM LINE

HISTORY is what we make of it - and sometimes we make a real hash. I take as my text for the sermon that follows an op-ed essay in The New York Times this week by Times' columnist David...

EDITORIAL

INSURANCE is a sector that experts widely believe is "ripe for disruption'' for a few reasons. It is heavily reliant on data. Its cost base is high which suggests inefficiencies. ...

IF our internal rate of change is slower than the rate of change in our operating environment, we risk irrelevance.

AS a tropical nation, Singapore experiences a climatic phenomenon called urban heat island effect, which causes temperatures to vary up to 7 degrees between morning and evening hours. It is more...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

I REFER to the article "DeClout's minorities up in arms over S$10m margin loan" (BT, April 14) ...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

SAME cast, different show(down).

LET'S forget about US President Donald Trump, his public addresses, media interviews and online presence, and focus our attention instead on the #realDonaldTrump...

THE BOTTOM LINE

BRITISH politicians, journalists and think-tanks have not had to worry about trade issues for decades. Since the signing of the Treaty of Rome in 1957, trade has been a competence of the European...

EDITORIAL

MALAYSIA'S upcoming election will be unlike any other, as one former prime minister pits himself against the incumbent Najib Razak, now caretaker leader following Parliament's dissolution...

IN the world of infrastructure, the funding deficit is a well-established fact. Asia needs US$26 trillion by 2030 for new buildouts, and Africa requires US$93 million a year to scale up projects...