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  1. Commentary: Focus SMRT’s recovery on dealing with delays and disruptions decisively

    SMRT’s efforts to address the tunnel flooding incident are laudable but the company should focus on productive ways to manage future delays and ...
  2. Commentary: Why China’s Singles' Day will blow Black Friday out of the water

    China's online retail festival is round the corner, and it won't be long till it catches on globally, says Nottingham Business School's Nelson ...
  3. One Belt, One Trap? A debate over who benefits from China's new silk road

    Questions are being asked about how, and whether, China can deliver the benefits of its multi-trillion-dollar initiative to connect a region with ...
  4. SIA’s S$1.16b makeover for A380 jets a ‘worthwhile’ investment: Analysts

    SIA's cabin makeover featured several “interesting differentiators” and increased the number of seats on the A380 jets, which should augur well ...
  5. Commentary: Why nobody will thank you for soldiering on at work

    Do you come to work despite nursing a nasty cold? You’re part of a problem that is now bigger than absentism, says the Financial Times’ Pilita Clark.
  6. Apple's Cook, Facebook's Zuckerberg meet China's Xi in Beijing

    Apple Inc chief executive Tim Cook and Facebook Inc's Mark Zuckerberg met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday at an annual gathering of ...
  7. WeChat phenomenon: How a messaging app helped spark China’s cashless revolution

    The way Chinese consumers pay, shop and look for services has changed in the three years since a bright (red) idea opened up millions of e-wallets.
  8. Stick or twist? Relegation risk raises the classic dilemma

    To stick or twist? The fear of relegation from the Premier League - and the risk of losing the income that comes with top-flight status - pushes ...
  9. Commentary: The relentless pursuit of university rankings is creating a two-track system

    University rankings don’t seem to benefit graduates and can have adverse implications for academic staff, argue Singapore Management University’s ...
  10. Standard Chartered under probe over US$1.4b client transfers

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