SEMBCORP Industries' (SCI) S$2 billion on-lending to its subsidiary Sembcorp Marine (SMM) is essentially a lifeline thrown to the struggling shipbuilder, which only in recent quarters returned to...


IT'S easy to get caught up in the details of how US-China trade tensions have devolved like a dinner party gone wrong.

TRADE tensions between the United States and China are not likely to lead to a global financial crisis, but could, in the long term, cause a split in the structure of the global economy, said...

HIGHER private road transport, retail and food inflation bumped Singapore’s headline inflation higher in May, outstripping economists’ estimates of 0.6 per cent and rising from 0.8 per cent in...

TELCO startup Circles.Life must launch in new markets at the right pace, despite ambitious global plans, co-founder Abhishek Gupta has said.

JANNIE Chan Siew Lee's appeal against her bankruptcy order was dismissed by the High Court on Monday.


ABOUT seven in 10 of the initial public offerings (IPOs) in Singapore since 2017 are trading below their offer prices, despite their initial first-day "pops".

AMID the gloomy economic outlook and a tight labour market, the tech and healthcare industries are poised to remain buoyant with plenty of job opportunities, according to various recruitment firms...


AS smaller countries, Asean nations are "not able to control what the big powers do", Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Sunday.


SMALL businesses in the Asia-Pacific, facing a capital crunch, are turning to new funding sources, according to Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) research commissioned by Mastercard.