Stories By Dylan Loh
120 Nov 2014 Thu
One of the reasons for this could be because companies prefer to customise in-house training, compared to engaging external vendors, according to the study done by DP Information Group.
218 Nov 2014 Tue
According to industry observers at a conference on Tuesday, such services set themselves apart by tailoring their offerings to suit the specific needs of rich families.
317 Nov 2014 Mon
Activities such as monthly seminars and courses are on the cards for the newly-launched Real Estate Investment Trust Association of Singapore to reach out more to investors and industry professionals.
413 Nov 2014 Thu
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that with the threat of the Islamic State on the rise, there is a need to fight, contain and weaken the extremist group - starting from its ideological roots.
512 Nov 2014 Wed
This was the first official meeting between Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and India Prime Minister Narendra Modi since the latter took office in May. Both leaders affirmed excellent bilateral relations.
612 Nov 2014 Wed
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the bloc has to maintain its centrality in the region to respond decisively and in coordination to geopolitical developments such as maritime disputes.
712 Nov 2014 Wed
Mr VP Hirubalan will assume the post in Feb, 2015. He will head the Political-Security Community, which manages relations with ASEAN's dialogue partners and the international community.
808 Nov 2014 Sat
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will be attending two high-level summits next week - the 22nd Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting in Beijing, China and the 25th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and related summits in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
907 Nov 2014 Fri
The national flagship carrier said greater integration between Tigerair and Scoot is on the cards, should the investment get the go-ahead by the Competition Commission of Singapore.
1006 Nov 2014 Thu
Net profit for the three months ended in September came in at S$91 million, down from S$161 million a year ago. SIA said the losses were due to its associated companies, which include Tigerair.