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  1. A dog walks past piled-up bicycles of bike-sharing company Ofo in Kunming

    Commentary: The curious case of slick start-ups that tout billion-dollar valuations then rapidly collapse

    The move-fast-and-break-things tech industry is littered with examples of start-ups that became the darling of the moment, yet months later ...
  2. Shopback held a Facebook live stream in November 2018.

    Commentary: Beyond loans and grants, Singapore entrepreneurs should seek out equity investments to grow their companies

    The venture capital world pays close attention to which start-ups get investments from the who's who of the investment world, says NUS ...
  3. TikTok, owned by China's ByteDance

    Commentary: Tik Tok, the most valuable Chinese start-up you've never heard of

    A made-in-China video sharing platform is dominating the global market with more than half a billion active users worldwide, two observers from ...
  4. Powerbank rental Brezze

    Powerbank sharing and 'smart' helmets: Singapore start-ups aim for CES 2019 splash

    Shareasy, the company behind the Brezze-branded powerbank rental boxes, and smart helmet device maker Whyre are among more than a dozen homegrown ...
  5. QR code parking for shared bikes 1

    Bike-sharing users need to park and scan their rides, or face fines, from next month

    The QR code parking system will take effect from Jan 14, 2019, says LTA.
  6. NASA

    NASA chooses nine companies to bid on flying to the Moon

  7. iStaging app

    Taiwan vies to become Asian Silicon Valley

  8. Chan Chun Sing

    Singapore and France ink deals to deepen economic, innovation links

  9. People are offered free reusable bags as they enter the new Amazon Go store in Seattle

    Commentary: Lessons from Amazon's threat to leave Seattle

    Amazon is indifferent to the costs created by its success and cities need to get smarter about how they handles such businesses, says one observer ...
  10. People walking along the pier overlooking the skyline of Singapore's financial district

    Commentary: Singapore start-ups should solve problems, not focus on achieving 'unicorn' triumphs

    Singapore’s start-ups should consider the road less travelled when it comes to business partnerships, says one observer from Amadeus.