IT used to be that properties in Good Class Bungalow (GCB) Areas - the most prestigious form of landed housing in Singapore - were bought by Singapore's captains of industry, tycoons and well-...

In today's workplace, more companies are asking their older employees if they want to retire - if at all. And the economics seem to support retention - rather than retirement or retrenchment -...

"I now see the prospect of an economic iron curtain - one that throws up new walls on each side and unmakes the global economy, as we have known it," he had said to participants of the...

According to Land Transport Authority (LTA) data, there were 614,937 registered private cars in Singapore as at Nov 30, of which petrol cars formed 92.7 per cent. Just 4.3 per cent of them were mild...

THERE used to be a time when conventional wisdom warned against getting into a car with a stranger. But in an age where the likes of Grab and WeWork have transformed social norms, living with...

CELEBRITIES swear by them. The rest of us would probably have at some point, tried one or other of its many variations, likely in January (billed as "National Dieting Month" in the United...

EXPOSE a sheltered sector to more competition, and market forces will work their magic, leading to increased efficiency, more choices, and greater responsiveness to consumer demands. That, at least,...

AS I follow Emily Lim, a petite civil engineer with the Land Transport Authority (LTA), through the worksite of the Thomson-East Coast MRT line at Marine Terrace, I marvel at how easily she zigzags...

WHEN Tanu-Matti Tuominen started Finland's first digital media company called Tietovalta in 1988 in Finland as a university student with friend Jari Tuovinen, armed with a bank loan guaranteed...

"We've passed that phase," Mr Mehra says. "Now we're hearing more about how to change what's on the table. Especially in Singapore, I'm hearing a lot of innovations...