The internet service provider (ISP) is looking to become Singapore's fourth telco, and Managing Director Yap Yong Teck says should it succeed, 10GB or 12GB data bundles would be "a norm" instead of "a premium".
The place and train programme under P-Max aims to place 3,000 PMEs in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) over a three-year period.
The academy will start with a faculty in banking and trade finance that will offer around 70 online courses and two global certificates in trade finance. The courses will begin in June.
Private-sector economists have revised their growth forecast for Singapore's economy this year to 2.8 per cent - down from previous forecast of 3.1 per cent, according to the quarterly Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) survey.
The single shophouse and a row of three shophouse units are located in the Boat Quay Conservation Area zoned for commercial use, and have 999-year tenure, according to marketing agent DTZ Debenham Tie Leung.
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation has urged the Government not to overlook workers who are at risk of becoming unemployable as certain manufacturing activities shift out of Singapore.
Singtel apologises following a leak of an alleged directive by marketing agency Gushcloud to bloggers to badmouth the telco's rivals. Gushcloud's CEO also says his company is "sorry".
A notice at the supermarket chain's outlet at Centrepoint said it will move out from April 1 this year.
In an interview with Channel NewsAsia, Al-Futtaim's Head of Business in Asia also speaks about the group's consolidation - after an earlier announcement that two John Little outlets and a Marks and Spencer store will close this year.
Joint investigations will leverage on the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s insights in supervising the financial sector and the Commercial Affairs Department’s experience in combating financial crime, say both agencies.