Chu hai or "going to sea" is the ethos that China's tech giants have embraced with overseas expansion in the past decade. But the waters are getting rougher in India and the United States.

IF the first six months of 2020 should offer any wisdom about the human race, it is that we are seldom prepared for scenarios that present high risks but have a low probability of happening.

THE coronavirus pandemic has not only cost jobs, it has also altered the labour landscape, accelerating demand for workers with digital skills across many sectors.

THE market for lower-sugar drinks is set to boom in Singapore as the war on sugar continues - even though consumers here still have a dangerous appetite for sugary goods. Not to be left behind,...

WHEN Singapore raised its Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (Dorscon) level to Orange in February, people flew into a grocery-hoarding frenzy. The usual quick supermarket run turned into...

LIKE many others on Monday, business leader Pang Fu Wei rejoiced at the news of the earlier-than-expected opening of shops in Singapore after almost three months of closure.

IN THE business of insurance, where cold calls and roadshows were the norm, Instagram stories and LinkedIn messages are now preferred channels as financial advisers in Singapore turn to social...

"We decided that instead of spending on advertising (to get people to sell or buy cars), we will spend on creating informative, sharable content for drivers," says Manisha Seewal, group chief...

GETTING people to care about the environment is an uphill battle that advocates around the world have been fighting for a long time. The fight is especially pertinent in Singapore, a country under...

IN April last year, Changi Airport saw 5.58 million passengers breeze through its doors. This April, passenger traffic slumped by a staggering 99.5 per cent as airlines cancelled flights and...