The global spin-off of Chinese live-streaming company YY is aiming to take on U.S. rivals Facebook and Snapchat. Founder David Li speaks with CNBC.
Chua Sock Koong, group CEO of Singtel, talks about the telco's current stake in Netlink, which is below 25 percent, after the latter's listing on the SGX.
Tiny Singapore's telecommunications market may look saturated, but some players are still taking aim at the market.
Tong Yew Heng, CEO of Netlink NBN Trust, talks about the long-term growth prospects for his company in the fiber broadband sector.
Singapore's annual non-oil domestic exports (NODX) grew for the first time in two months in June.
Singapore's Global Logistic Properties agreed to be acquired by a Chinese private equity consortium for about 16 billion Singapore dollars ($11.6 billion).
Carl Grivner, CEO of Colt, talks about the high-bandwidth network provider's decision to invest in Singapore.
Singapore's trade-reliant economy grew in the second quarter from the quarter before, dodging a recession, thanks to solid gains in manufacturing.
Credit Suisse turns more optimistic on Southeast Asian banks as the region's domestic demand will drive growth even as exports soften for the rest of 2017.
The global outlook was relatively sanguine, but market valuations were stretched, Singapore investment company Temasek said Tuesday.
Singapore's state-owned investment company Temasek on Tuesday reported on the status of its portfolio.
Singapore-based Quadria Capital is growing in Vietnam and expanding its holdings in Singapore.
Singapore's state-owned investment fund Temasek was expected to report a sharp recovery in portfolio value, according to one estimate.
It might take time for the O&M sector to regain its footing, but the worst could be over for the largest offshore rig builder in the world.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC said it was turning cautious and expected returns to slow over the next decade.
In early Friday trade, shares of troubled commodity trader Noble Group retraced a bit of their more than 36 percent surge on Thursday.
Troubled commodity trader Noble saw its shares surge on Thursday, but it wasn’t clear what drove the sudden rush into the beaten down stock.
Walter de Oude, CEO of Singapore Life, talks about growth in the sector as Singapore is regarded as a preferred destination for wealth.
Singapore faces brighter economic prospects this year amid better global trade conditions, but troubles in the oil and gas sector could prolong, Citi said.
Moody's said it has revised its outlook for Asia Pacific banks to "stable" from "negative", reflecting improving operating conditions and credit cycle.