BT EXCLUSIVE

THE House of Tan Yeok Nee , a gazetted national monument at the junction of Penang Road and Clemenceau Avenue, will soon be put on the market.

NEWS ANALYSIS: HYFLUX CRISIS

HYFLUX finally addressed its cash woes on Tuesday when it filed for court protection against creditors' claims, a move that buys it time to keep running. ...

OPINION

ONE year ago, groundbreaking amendments were made to the Singapore Companies Act (Cap 50) that significantly enhanced the legal framework governing debt restructuring in Singapore. The primary...

SINGAPORE has stayed in third place in an annual world competitiveness ranking of 63 economies topped this year by the United States, which made its first return to pole position since 2015.

US President Donald Trump expressed pessimism about whether the summit with North Korea's leader would take place, even as American officials pressed ahead with plans for a historic June 12...

THE latest jewel in the Gulf isn't another jaw-dropping skyscraper but a comparatively restrained and classy ode to fine art - the Louvre, Abu Dhabi. In Friday's edition of Weekend magazine...

RESEARCHERS in Singapore and France are setting up a joint "virtual laboratory" to deepen collaboration in the field of biotechnology. ...

THE change in political leadership in Malaysia has not had any impact on the bidding preparation by French firm Alstom in the high-speed rail (HSR) project that is to run from Singapore to Kuala...

NEW MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT

THOUSANDS of government workers in Malaysia will lose their jobs and state agencies will be dissolved as Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad moves to curb spending and debt.

CERTIFICATES of entitlement (COEs) ended mostly lower at the latest tender yesterday, as news of Uber selling unused cars dampened demand for new cars.