Business

Pandemic-hit hawkers to receive S$400 in gas rebates: City Gas

Pandemic-hit hawkers to receive S$400 in gas rebates: City Gas

Any help to decrease overheads is greatly appreciated by the hawkers.

Keppel steps up to offer billions for floundering Singapore Press Holdings

Keppel steps up to offer billions for floundering Singapore Press Holdings

Major marine conglomerate takes seat at the buffet table.

SPH unloads failing media businesses into nonprofit

SPH unloads failing media businesses into nonprofit

All media brands including The Straits Times will be owned by new subsidiary.

‘I am now out of time and options’: Naiise founder says he will file for bankruptcy

‘I am now out of time and options’: Naiise founder says he will file for bankruptcy

Not Naiise anymore.

Singapore developer probed over links to Myanmar military, Yangon megaproject

Singapore developer probed over links to Myanmar military, Yangon megaproject

ETC’s only listed project in 40 years was construction of Myanmar’s tallest buildings in 2016.

Singapore brands face Myanmar boycott for ‘supporting the dictatorship’

Singapore brands face Myanmar boycott for ‘supporting the dictatorship’

Tiger Beer, Ya Kun Kaya face anger in wake of top diplomat’s snub.

Don’t let coup get in way of making money in Myanmar: top Singapore diplomat

Don’t let coup get in way of making money in Myanmar: top Singapore diplomat

Military seizing power and crushing dissent are ‘politics’ to be avoided, according to Foreign Affairs Minister.

Celeb cupcake duo accused of shafting employees face jail time

Celeb cupcake duo accused of shafting employees face jail time

New owners of the local bakery ratted them out earlier this month.

For a company that barely exists, Ask Trading’s moved nearly a billion dollars. Now Singapore’s authorities are looking.

For a company that barely exists, Ask Trading’s moved nearly a billion dollars. Now Singapore’s authorities are looking.

We went looking for company linked to S$921 million in dodgy transactions. We weren’t the only ones.


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