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CCCS reiterates rules to Grab and Gojek after Uber's S$6.58m fine is upheld

THE Competition Appeal Board (CAB) has dismissed Uber's appeal against the finding that the ride-hailing firm's March 2018 merger with Grab was anti-competitive.

Margin squeeze puts F&B players in a spot over food delivery demand

FOOD delivery looks set to become a more permanent source of revenue for food and beverage (F&B) firms in Singapore, but its related costs are also increasing firms' overall operating costs,...

Four emerging technology trends in 2021

AS we venture into 2021, organisations will be looking for ways to recover from the pandemic and serve new consumers with reimagined business models. Just like how IT helped organisations survive...

Singapore Environment Council honours 12 companies for their efforts to go green

TWELVE companies were given the GreenDNA Certification by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC), a non-governmental environmental organisation, in a ceremony at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on...

Social element of ESG growing in importance, impact on returns

MARKET returns are stronger for companies with better social practices, and the difference has grown more pronounced during the pandemic.

How to pick the right travel scheme for business visitors

WHILE Singapore has set up Reciprocal Green Lanes (RGLs) with several countries to facilitate business travel, the more recent Air Travel Pass (ATP) scheme is another option that businesses can...

Singapore, Malaysia to work closely to keep supply chains going amid state of emergency: Chan Chun Sing

SINGAPORE - Singapore and Malaysia will continue to work closely to keep supply chains going amid the movement control restrictions and state of emergency declared in Malaysia, said Minister for...

Reinventing Southeast Asia’s retail industry to drive economic recovery

Despite the challenges that retail players have faced this year, rather than sounding the death knell, the pandemic has accelerated its digital transformation, already so many years in the making...

Malaysia's latest curbs to have limited impact on Singapore: economists

SINGAPORE may not be too greatly affected by Malaysia's state of emergency and its reintroduced Movement Control Order (MCO) curbs amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with the most significant impact...

Right physical asset balance key to success of grocery delivery players

COMPETITION in Singapore's online grocery delivery sector is intensifying, as more vie for a slice of the growing pie. Relatively newer players Grab, foodpanda and Deliveroo have invested...

 

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