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Forward-looking Budget for the long term

From doing away with streaming in schools to having more schemes that support young companies, this year's Budget came up with a range of new policies and initiatives that will keep Singapore...

Sorry is the hardest word in the office

"I'VE never made a mistake at work in my entire life," declared no one ever. Not to be dismissive, but the only way one can say that is if one doesn't actually do anything.

5 ways to accelerate your leadership pipeline

Fact: modern-day leadership is challenging.

ST Podcast: How to be happier in life by being less of a financial hoarder

In your retirement years, consider spending a bit more on yourself to enjoy the fruits of your labour. No point in hoarding all for your children.

Helping start-ups grow and flourish

The number of start-ups has mushroomed over the past few years, but experts and company founders say they still face many challenges and that more needs to be done to support young enterprises....

Corporate big fish must swim smarter, not just faster, to surf startup wave

CORPORATIONS need to be strategic in engaging startups, and not rush headlong into securing partnerships, said panellists at the RISE Corporate Innovation Summit in Bangkok, Thailand, on Friday...

Customising AI strategies through experiments

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) is not being implemented optimally in South-east Asia. While AI adoption rates across the region have risen to 14 per cent in 2018 from just 8 per cent the year before...

ST Podcast: How you can fund your retirement systematically with equities or stocks

Every Monday, The Straits Times and The Business Times break down financial tips so you can take action after listening to our podcast episodes.

Singaporeans need to think bigger: Tech investor

In Silicon Valley, where rags-to-riches stories of tech gurus are told in every cafe, the one about the carpet merchant who became a tech investor may have been overlooked.

Fat cats or top dogs: Is the Singapore CEO overpaid?

THE recent revelation that the head honcho of Hyflux (together with other top executives) continued to make millions while the troubled water treatment firm was drowning in debt sent shock waves...