Mr Chua himself is still a venture capitalist, but nearly everything else about his job has changed. Industrials are out. The 64-year-old is now immersed in the brave new world of ride-hailing,...

IT looks like boom time for artificial intelligence (AI) in Singapore. There are two main economic drivers for AI in Singapore, Mark Findlay, deputy director of the Singapore Management University...

IN less than three months, the outbreak of novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc on business operations, supply chains, sentiment and consumer consumption in over 40 countries.

THINK Thai Mango Salad sour beer with a hint of spice and savoury notes. Or perhaps a rich, decadent black forest stout. The pursuit of exotic, flavourful beers has propelled the global craft beer...

Dr Sanjay Kuttan, who chairs the sustainable infrastructure committee under the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore, agrees. He believes the motivations around climate change,...

JUST like how there is no truly happy divorce, there is no such thing as a merry - or even successful - retrenchment exercise.

JUST a little over three years ago, a six-month university exchange programme to Switzerland had me stashing 7,000 francs (S$9,951.74) in my carry-on, all in a bid to dodge hefty currency...

It was one such fateful search that gave the team its major breakthrough in the match-fixing scandal, which saw nightclub owner Eric Ding jailed for bribing three Lebanese referees with the...

HOW do you add contacts into your smartphone? Do you fill in a name and phone number and be done with it?

On New Year’s eve, a sneaker collaboration with German sportswear giant Adidas and gamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins was released online to much fanfare, selling out in under an hour.