CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

SCORES for the Singapore Governance and Transparency Index (SGTI) again reached a new high this year, with companies achieving a mean overall score of 67.9 points - up 8.6 points from the previous...

THE novel coronavirus pandemic has hit the profitability of Sats, causing the ground handler and food solutions provider to sink into the red for the three months to end-March.

GROUND handler and caterer Sats sank into the red for the three months to March 31, the first quarter the company is reporting its financials since the novel coronavirus hit the world.

HOCK LOCK SIEW

WHEN Sats showcased its S$25 million kitchen expansion at Changi North in early March, it boasted that its use of scientific techniques such as pasteurisation and sterilisation enabled it to...

DBS Group Research on Monday upgraded SATS to "hold" from "fully valued" while maintaining its target price at S$2.64. 

GATEWAY services provider Sats expects its profit to decline by 60-70 per cent year-on-year for the fourth quarter ended March, resulting in a fall of up to 25 per cent for the full year.

GATEWAY services provider SATS expects its profit to decline by 60 to 70 per cent year-on-year for the fourth quarter ended March, resulting in a fall of up to 25 per cent for the full year. 

WITH bond markets seizing up or showing extreme volatility, private placement investors have stepped up and helped address cash crunch concerns.

SINGTEL announced on Friday evening that its units have entered agreements for total credit facilities of S$4.17 billion, for general corporate purposes and refinancing.

LISTED ground handler and inflight caterer Sats spent nearly S$1.6 million on share buybacks in the first week of April, giving rise to questions over the prudence of the cash expenditure at this...