Singapore's EZ-Link, Malaysia's Touch 'n Go to introduce cross-border Combi Card

EZ-Link and Malaysia's biggest multi-application e-purse Touch 'n Go on Tuesday announced the progress of a joint collaboration to develop a dual-currency Combi Card.

The accounting profession: on the cusp of a technological revolution

ACCOUNTING is experiencing more disruption than ever before. Manual or repetitive tasks will be replaced by automation, robotics and machine learning in the near future. However, this does not...

Aesthetics doc sued over $2m invested in her brand

Well-known aesthetics doctor Georgia Lee is being sued by a movie and television producer who claims she had been misled into investing $2 million in Dr Lee's brand of skincare products in return...

California Fitness closure: Failures of management, auditors blamed in report

Nearly three years after the abrupt closure of gym chain California Fitness left thousands of members here more than $20 million out of pocket, liquidators for its parent firm JV Fitness have...

Hyflux default bad news for S'pore bond market: S&P

S&P Global Ratings said the default of troubled water and power company Hyflux could be the "first wagon in a train of financial distress cases" to come in Singapore, as lending conditions...

Aesthetics doctor Georgia Lee sued by minority shareholder in skincare business

Movie and TV producer Anita Hatta claims she had been misled into investing $2 million in Dr Lee's brand of skincare products in return for a 5 per cent stake.

Secretlab scores deal with English football star Dele Alli

Singapore gaming chair company Secretlab has scored an eye-catching endorsement deal with England international football star Dele Alli.

EZ-Link, Touch 'n Go to launch Singdollar-ringgit Combi Card in Q4 2019

The card can be used by motorists who travel in Singapore and Malaysia.

String of public agencies lease offices at Funan

A STRING of government bodies have leased office space at the revamped Funan in the North Bridge Road/Hill Street location.

A plan for the Singapore of tomorrow

THE world in 2030 will likely look very different from today. Within a little more than a decade, the global economic centre of gravity will shift toward the East and remain centred there.


Emerging Enterprise award

Closes June 1, 2018