OUTLOOK 2019

FIXED income bankers may not be popping much champagne this Christmas given 2018's depressed volumes, but they can still toast some of the year's highlights such as Temasek's first...

BT EXCLUSIVE

A LOCAL startup calling itself a social enterprise stands accused of owing some S$20,000 for months to freelancers and a boutique public relations firm, bringing into focus the risks that gig workers...

Barring surprises, the main forces that could affect the Singapore economy next year have already been dominating headlines in 2018.

NEWS ANALYSIS

GROWTH stocks are commonly associated with tech stocks on most exchanges, but without many high-growth tech stocks on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), it has become difficult to define what a growth...

WALL STREET INSIGHT

US stocks fell last week as China reported the first major casualties in the trade war and a preliminary Brexit deal collapsed.

NATIONS on Sunday struck a deal to implement the landmark 2015 Paris climate treaty after marathon UN talks that failed to match the ambition the world's most vulnerable countries need to avert...

AROUND the world, high oil prices tend to accelerate the shift to renewable energy and electric vehicles. In Saudi Arabia, they have the opposite effect. Over the past six years, the Saudis have...

THERE used to be a time when conventional wisdom warned against getting into a car with a stranger. But in an age where the likes of Grab and WeWork have transformed social norms, living with...

A NEW fleet of 10 cruise ships will be launched over the next few years, with the first of the batch to berth in Singapore in 2020, said Lim Kok Thay, chairman and chief executive officer at Genting...

A 3.8 hectare white site at Pasir Ris Central drew fairly subdued interest from developers with a lower-than-expected three bids at the close of the tender on Friday.