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7 unexpected NDP moments that Singaporeans find hard to forget, including a boy who flipped the bird on live TV
Not all National Day Parades are made perfect.
DBS’ brand is worth S$12 billion, Singapore’s highest for 7th consecutive year – and the others are not even close
UOB and OCBC brand values were both close to 40% below DBS' US$9.03 billion.
One Championship launches Asia’s biggest e-sports world championship series – including events in Singapore this year
Introducing One Esports, which promises Asia's gamers up to S$685,000 if they win.
Half of Singaporeans can’t live a day without their mobile phones – and only 3% are willing to give them up permanently
How do I live without you? I want to know. How do I breathe without you? If you ever go. How do I ever, ever survive? How do I, how do I, oh how do I live? - Dedicated to my iPhone XR
A new government programme will help tech firms hire talent to expand, including applications for employment passes
Under the scheme, tech companies will have the employment pass applications of their core team members facilitated.
The two servicemen face possible imprisonment for irrational acts leading to Aloysius Pang's death.
Find your favourite stall inside any hawker centre in Singapore via Google Map’s upcoming feature on Street View
Never get lost finding your favourite hawker food again.
Shopped online at Sephora? Customers in Singapore, Malaysia, had names, birthdays and passwords exposed in data breach
Personal data including names and passwords may have been exposed to unauthorised third parties, according to Sephora.
CapitaLand clinches 95% retail leasing for upcoming Raffles City Chongqing’s mega-mall that’s 3 times the size of Ion Orchard
Raffles City Chongqing's mall will house over 400 brands, of which 40% will be new-to-market brands, flagships or new concepts.
StanChart’s new credit card is for affluent millennials who love to travel – and you’ve to earn S$80,000 yearly to apply
Stan Chart says its affluent millennial base has grown 12% annually in the past 5 years.