Stories By Tan Weizhen
110 Apr 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Singtel launches a messaging app that replicates the features offered by rivals — allowing users to make voice and video calls, send instant messages, and set up chat groups.
206 Apr 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: Only a quarter of its 78 units have been sold so far, despite offers of full reimbursements of the Additional Buyer Stamp and Buyer Stamp duties.
329 Mar 2015 Sun
TODAY reports: “It was not a friendship of doing things for each other, it was of learning from each other, but it was not a friendship in which you ask favours," says former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
421 Mar 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: How can traditional retailers stay relevant in the age of Amazon?
517 Mar 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: ViewQwest has introduced two 2Gbps plans for home users, priced at S$89.95 and S$99.95 a month, but analysts say consumers might not be able to fully reap the benefits at this point in time.
602 Mar 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: Malaysian property oversupply, falling ringgit and high-speed rail link to KL among the factors cited by buyers and analysts.
727 Feb 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: The US parent company of local live chat start-up Zopim is seeking to capitalise on the growing e-commerce market in the Asia-Pacific region.
826 Feb 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Measures offered by the Government in this year's Budget is not enough to entice small firms to spread their wings overseas as they also need knowledge and manpower.
926 Feb 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Rising costs and major disruptions in every industry means that new products and services are vital, said panellists at a post-Budget forum organised by the Economic Society of Singapore.
1024 Feb 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: Economists said the change will give a significant boost to government coffers - to the tune of at least S$3 billion per year - although at least one said it might lead to Temasek altering its investment approach to a more conservative one.