Stories By Dylan Loh
130 Oct 2014 Thu
The winners of the Business Excellence Awards are Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Greenpac, Nestle Singapore, OCBC Bank, United Overseas Bank, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, and the Defence Science and Technology Agency.
230 Oct 2014 Thu
He announced that to build a bigger pool of quality workers who can help raise productivity in the construction sector, skills upgrading for construction workers in Singapore will be made compulsory in progressive phases from January 2015.
329 Oct 2014 Wed
Some firms have seen business drop by up to 50 per cent compared to three or four years ago when the property market was booming, said the Renovation and Decoration Advisory Centre.
428 Oct 2014 Tue
The Ministry of Trade and Industry's International Advisory Panel on Energy said Singapore should develop trading mechanisms and standards to facilitate the growing liquefied natural gas market.
527 Oct 2014 Mon
Perennial Real Estate Holdings completes reverse takeover of Catalist-listed night-spot operator St James Holdings. Trading of its shares on the mainboard of the SGX is only expected to start sometime in December.
627 Oct 2014 Mon
While not stipulated by the law, companies can provide accessible channels for stakeholders to voice concerns and report violations of rights, says Securities Investors Association of Singapore Chairman Lim Hwee Hua.
723 Oct 2014 Thu
One company in Singapore has taken the novel step of allowing their employees the option of being paid in gold.
820 Oct 2014 Mon
Respondents also think they need about US$900,000 (S$1.15 million) on average in savings for retirement, which is the highest in the Southeast Asia region, according to a survey by AIA.
917 Oct 2014 Fri
The departure of Mr Wong Heang Fine, CEO of CapitaLand Singapore (Residential), comes after the resignations of the property group’s deputy chief executive and the head of shopping malls.
1016 Oct 2014 Thu
Of the 120 firms polled, 72 per cent believe that Singapore's economy is improving, a sharp climb from 31 per cent in the previous survey.