Small Caps

Magnus buys additional 21.3% stake in indebted unit Flagship

MAGNUS Energy Group has bought an additional 21.3 per cent stake in loss-making and indebted waste management subsidiary Flagship Ecosystem for S$1 from the subsidiary's founder and other existing...

Aspial to spin off property arm in Catalist listing

ASPIAL Corp is spinning off its property development arm in a listing on the Singapore Exchange's Catalist board to raise funds for property acquisition and construction, and for working capital...

Unusual to bring in Foo Fighters to Singapore in August

UNUSUAL Entertainment, a subsidiary of Catalist-listed Unusual, is bringing American rock band Foo Fighters to Singapore - the first Western act the group is promoting since its April listing.

mm2 ties up with Turner Asia Pacific to produce five films

A WHOLLY owned subsidiary of film producer mm2 Asia has agreed to co-produce five cinematic films with a Time Warner company over the next three years.

United Global buys 95% stake in related Indonesia business for S$18.2m

UNITED Global is buying 95 per cent of related lubricant maker PT Pacific Lubritama Indonesia for S$18.24 million in cash and stock.

800 Super's Q3 net profit drops 16.7%

WASTE management company 800 Super Holdings' third-quarter net profit fell 16.7 per cent to S$6.3 million from the previous year, the group said in a Singapore Exchange filing on Friday evening...

Jumbo Group Q2 net profit up 0.3% to S$5.8m

JUMBO Group's second-quarter net profit crept up 0.3 per cent to S$5.8 million from the preceding year, the group said in a Singapore Exchange filing on Friday evening.

Natural Cool to retain Choy Bing Choong as CIO for the time being

NATURAL Cool is to retain Choy Bing Choong as its chief investment officer for the time being, it said in a Singapore Exchange filing on Friday.

QT Vascular to sell non-drug coated product to Medtronic for US$28m

QT Vascular said on Friday it has agreed to sell its non-drug coated Chocolate PTA to Medtronic for US$28 million.

The Trendlines Group posts S$1.7m Q1 loss

THE Trendlines Group sank deeper into the red in the first quarter ended March 31 with a S$1.7 million net loss, compared to a net loss of S$770,000 a year ago.