TODAY reports: DBS hired more than 1,000 people last year, and expects to hire a much lower figure in 2016, says CEO Piyush Gupta.
TODAY reports: Property cooling measures and loan curbs have made private homes more affordable.
TODAY reports: The property market is reeling from oversupply, rising vacancy rates, weak demand and increasing interest rates, say the Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore.
TODAY reports: The greater accountability attached to using Government funds can put a lid on the types of ventures and opportunities that local enterprises go into and, in turn, limit their growth, say panelists.
TODAY reports: Office buildings in the city fringes may be increasingly left empty as tenants move into Grade A premises in the Central Business District amid weakening rents.
TODAY reports: The Aussie dollar dipped below the S$1 level on Thursday morning and was trading at S$0.9973 late in Singapore, after hitting a low of S$0.9957 intraday.
TODAY reports: The lacklustre economic environment is likely to depress sentiment further, warn property analysts following another year of subdued home buying activity.
TODAY reports: Steen Puggaard, the CEO of 4 Fingers Crispy Chicken, says he is hoping to see 15 stores in Singapore by 2017, and 20 in Malaysia by 2018.
TODAY reports: Analysts, however, deem it reasonable given the budget airline’s performance and aviation industry challenges.
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.