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Jumbo Q1 profit drops 20 per cent

SEAFOOD group Jumbo saw a near 20 per cent year-on-year drop in net profit to S$2.1 million for Q1FY18, owing to increased expenses.

World Class Global sinks further into the red with full-year loss of S$9m

DEVELOPER World Class Global has sunk further into the red as it posted a full-year net loss of S$9 million from S$6.3 million a year ago.

Cordlife posts third straight quarter of profit

CORDLIFE Group reported a third consecutive quarterly net profit as its stem cell banking business continues to make inroads in its key markets.

Neo Group corrects Q3 working capital changes; Q3 earnings rise to S$2.1m

FOOD solutions provider Neo Group said on Friday morning that it had made a mistake in its working capital changes related to trade and other receivables for its third-quarter results released on Feb...

Japan Foods Q3 profit up 73%, in talks with potential JV partner in Indonesia

STRONG revenue growth gave a fillip to results for Japan Foods Holdings for its third quarter, which also said that it is in advanced talks with a potential joint venture partner in Indonesia.

Capital World posts Q2 net profit of RM17.4m

MALAYSIAN property developer Capital World posted a net profit of RM17.4 million (S$5.9 million) for its second quarter ended Dec 31, 2017, up 90 per cent from RM9.2 million a year ago, on the back...

QT Vascular in potential sale of coronary products

MEDICAL technology firm QT Vascular is potentially selling its coronary products to a multinational firm.

Spackman to launch 'K Coin' cryptocurrency; plans ICO

CATALIST-listed Spackman Entertainment Group announced early Monday morning plans to launch its own cryptocurrency called Korean entertainment utility tokens - or K Coins - through an initial coin...

No proof of broad-based market manipulation around company announcements: CFA study

A NEW study by CFA Singapore and global analytics firm CRISIL has found no statistical evidence of market manipulation around company announcements on the Singapore Exchange.

Spackman's The Outlaws sells 11b won through video on demand

VIDEO on demand (VOD) sales for Spackman Entertainment Group's 51 per cent owned-movie The Outlaws exceeded 11 billion Korean won (S$13.4 million) after two months, the Korean film production company...