Stories By Wong Siew Ying
121 Apr 2014 Mon
There have been few initial public offerings (IPOs) in Singapore so far this year, but some analysts believe an uptick could come in the second half as companies evaluate market conditions and take time to prepare for a listing.
217 Apr 2014 Thu
PACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH) plans to raise S$388.3 million in gross proceeds from its initial public offering (IPO), which was launched on Thursday.
316 Apr 2014 Wed
The Singapore Productivity Centre has helped some 190 firms in the retail and F&B sectors since it was set up in October 2013.
410 Apr 2014 Thu
A push for growth in the services sector in Iskandar Malaysia is seen as also benefitting Singapore.
509 Apr 2014 Wed
Iskandar Malaysia has attracted investments worth a combined 133 billion ringgit (S$51 billion) as of January this year, with Singapore accounting for 24 per cent of foreign investments.
607 Apr 2014 Mon
Some economists say the Singapore economy probably grew by more than 5% in the first three months of 2014 compared with a year ago and 0.2% on a quarter-on-quarter basis.
704 Apr 2014 Fri
Corporate governance has improved among public-listed companies in Singapore, when compared against their regional peers. This is according to initial findings from the 2013 ASEAN Corporate Governance scorecard.
804 Apr 2014 Fri
Over 40 per cent of the retail mall at the Capitol Singapore integrated development has been committed so far, ahead of its opening at the end of the year.
903 Apr 2014 Thu
The historic Capitol Theatre will reopen in April 2015 with the staging of a musical that depicts the lives and struggles of Singaporeans, including former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, as they built a new nation.
1002 Apr 2014 Wed
Private residential property prices have been subdued, following cooling measures by the government last year. But some analysts have said prices of private homes in the city fringe could start picking up soon.