Stories By Dylan Loh
122 Apr 2014 Tue
The National Research Foundation is pumping S$60 million into six venture capital funds for Singapore-based high-tech start-ups.
221 Apr 2014 Mon
Businesses now face less red tape when approaching Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) for assistance in adopting productivity-enhancing innovations.
318 Apr 2014 Fri
By end-May, the National Wages Council (NWC) is expected to release wage-related guidelines for the year ahead. From now till then, three meetings comprising government, business and union representatives will take place to set the agenda.
416 Apr 2014 Wed
Singapore Airlines can target premium travellers and engage in aggressive marketing -- this was what observers Channel NewsAsia spoke with said when asked how the national carrier can maximise returns from being the title sponsor of the Singapore Grand Prix.
515 Apr 2014 Tue
Singapore Grand Prix says the deal making Singapore Airlines title sponsor for the country's night race presents a "win-win" solution for both event and sponsor.
611 Apr 2014 Fri
Consumers can now use biometric technology to make payments for online purchases using their fingerprints, but is it secure?
710 Apr 2014 Thu
More than 45,000 firms tapped the Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme last year. With greater interest in the scheme, IRAS has sounded the caution against advertisements misrepresenting its intention, and claiming that businesses can "profit" from it.
809 Apr 2014 Wed
For Singapore to maintain its maritime hub status, the country has to see itself as the "king" of intra-regional trade, said shipping magnate Jacques de Chateauvieux on Wednesday.
909 Apr 2014 Wed
The product -- Yangban brand of rice porridge with abalone -- has been found to contain a bacteria which may cause nausea, vomiting or fatigue, among other things.
1008 Apr 2014 Tue
Second Minister for Trade and Industry S Iswaran has said Singapore companies must build their capabilities to internationalise and to seize opportunities in emerging economies.