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Courts Singapore taking up Robinsons' former Heeren space

COURTS Singapore on Thursday revealed plans to open a new flagship store spanning six storeys of The Heeren's retail podium.

The 4-day week: how workplaces can successfully establish it

MANY workplaces have been experimenting with different types of flexible working arrangements for years now, but the pandemic has made the need for flexibility far more pressing.

Luxe skincare labels drawn to Singapore market

After a decade of research and development, home-grown skincare label Heure was not going to let a pandemic get in the way of its launch.

Small firms can start renegotiating some contracts

Small and micro businesses significantly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic will be able to renegotiate certain types of contracts with their counterparties from today.

SafeEntry@Sea starts today for workers boarding, leaving ships

Workers boarding and leaving ships in Singapore's port must check in and out using SafeEntry@Sea to comply with new safety requirements from today.

Medtecs International exploring Covid-19 test-kit tie-up for Philippine market

CATALIST-LISTED medical equipment supplier Medtecs International Corp will distribute a Taiwanese biologics firm's Covid-19 rapid tests in the Philippines, under a letter of intent signed and...

Singapore stocks extend gains, STI up 0.76% to hit 3,000

SINGAPORE's benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) touched 3,000 points on Thursday for the first time since March last year, gaining 0.76 per cent or 22.49 points.

Port of Singapore container throughput dips 0.9% in 2020

SHIPPING containers with a volume of 36.9 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) passed through the Port of Singapore in 2020, down by 0.9 per cent from the figure for the year before.

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,...

 

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