Stories By Lee Yen Nee
125 Nov 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: Analysts, however, deem it reasonable given the budget airline’s performance and aviation industry challenges.
218 Nov 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: The two countries can leverage on each other's strengths in their collaborations, said Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) deputy managing director Jacqueline Loh.
305 Nov 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: MTI will start taking into account the actual hours worked - instead of just the number of workers in the economy - in its labour productivity measurement to better reflect the current economic conditions and labour landscape.
405 Nov 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: To prevent this from happening, all parties must learn to celebrate diversity instead of merely tolerating differences among people, says Mr Ho.
504 Nov 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: Moving from a value-adding to value-creating economy is important to remain competitive amid the opening of many new markets, says Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat.
630 Oct 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Private corporations lack the incentive to invest in the long-term maintenance of a public good, says dean of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Kishore Mahbubani.
714 Oct 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: The home-sharing company says it is keen to help establish logical guidelines that will take everyone’s needs into account.
805 Oct 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: A total of 10 cleaners and four grassroots organisations have been awarded for their contributions towards environmental sustainability.
902 Oct 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Local firms have put in place strategies to manage currency fluctuations, such as foreign exchange hedging and diversifying their exposures to different markets, to mitigate the impact of a weaker Singapore dollar.
1017 Sep 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: REDAS president Augustine Tan called for property cooling measures to be re-examined to minimise risks from an uncertain global economic conditions, adding that they would work with Government agencies in the coming weeks to offer their input.