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Life after en bloc

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GOING en bloc has meant instant millionaire status for thousands of home owners. Is a collective sale the road to riches? In Brunch this Saturday in The Business Times Weekend, we speak to some newly rich who tell us what their millions have brought them.

John Hadfield, CEO of ad agency BBH Singapore, talks about pushing the boundaries and selling the idea of being "the worst parents in the world" in The Raffles Conversation.

In investing and trading, we cannot always catch the move in the leader, but we can catch the move when it's replicated by a follower. Chart View looks at two commodities that have that connection - gold and silver.

The Australian banking royal commission will soon make public its inquiry into misconduct in the financial services sector. Ahead of the highly anticipated report, CFA Singapore Insights probes how investment advisers may be held accountable for overbilling clients.

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Retaining staff is too often cited as one of a firm's biggest challenges. Business mentor John Bittleston explains how to make new staff feel welcome, valued and part of a cohesive and close team.

In The Finish Line, we look at America's biggest sporting event: the Superbowl.

And in The Steering Column, BT tests the all-new Porsche 911 on the track in Spain to find out if the sporting icon has any new tricks up its sleeve.

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