IMAGINE being able to assess the state of one's health with just one microlitre of blood. That's now a reality with Bloodhound technology, which performs a complete blood cell count with,...

IT'S not often that you meet a chief executive so open in chastising his own industry, one in which he rose through the ranks. And yet, listening to Bill Winters, chief executive of Standard...

TRISTRAM Stuart has a habit of poking into trash bins at supermarkets - not the small ones at the front but the big container-size receptacles usually hidden from public view, in stuffy rooms near...

JOHN Cryan wants just to get straight to the point.

GEORG Tacke cannot help but notice prices wherever he is, and it annoys him when he sees a bad one.

IN MANY companies, human resources (HR) does not have a seat at the proverbial table where major decisions are made. In fact, it is often a department dismissed as the "hirers and firers"...

AS A TEENAGER, Benedict Cheong was fascinated with school timetables. How are these drawn up, such that everyone gets their classes and each teacher also has his share of breaks in between classes?

THE initial shock and surprise at the March 13 announcement that insurer AIA's then group chief Mark Tucker was leaving and would be succeeded by his trusted aide of many years, Ng Keng Hooi,...

SCENIC Jinji Lake in the heart of China's Suzhou Industrial Park is a waterfront hub that's popular with visitors to the Chinese city. ...

MANY organisations boast about being at the forefront of disruption and innovation, but Thakral Corp chief executive Inderbethal Singh Thakral humbly concedes that his company has rather been driven...