Singapore companies

Singapore Reit hopes to reopen damaged Festival Walk mall in Hong Kong in early 2020

SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES)- Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust said it hopes to soon reopen the Festival Walk mall in Hong Kong that was damaged during widespread protests.

F&N building $80m smart, sustainable facility in Tuas that will also boost its R&D capability

SINGAPORE - Food and beverage giant Fraser and Neave (F&N) will be building a new smart and sustainable facility in Singapore which will cost more than $80 million.

Sasa to close all 22 cosmetics retail shops in Singapore, 170 staff affected

Its stores here recorded losses for six consecutive years despite its efforts to turn the business around.

Dyson starts assembling new research teams here

The first group specialising in machine learning, AI and robotics has close to 100 researchers.

Businesses and households must be careful not to overextend themselves amid global uncertainties: MAS

SINGAPORE - Rising risks to financial stability from ongoing trade and geopolitical tensions and expectations for sluggish global growth ahead mean businesses and households should be careful not...

Government and businesses need to move towards Partnership 2.0: Chan Chun Sing

THE relationship between the government and businesses in Singapore has to evolve into one where both parties can debate, deliberate and co-create a business environment that is conducive to...

Heartland shops in Yishun precinct go digital to compete

A household electronics store in Yishun selling television sets, air-conditioners and washing machines has largely relied on foot traffic since it first opened in 1979 at the same spot.

More Singapore firms making their mark in the land of kimchi

Timing was everything for Singapore start-up ViSenze when it decided to enter the South Korean market in 2016.

Tough early years helped entrepreneur Adren How succeed

Entrepreneur Adren How grew up in a family where every penny counted, so he understood the value of money very early on.

Companies around the world get hit by Hong Kong protests

HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Whether they sell fur coats from Rome or farm hens from Mississippi, a surprising concern is occupying a number of corporate executives this earnings season: Hong Kong's...

UOB's new mCollect to help businesses with digital payment

A new digital payment solution aims to help businesses reduce cash-handling risks and improve cash flow.