Singapore’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Vivian Balakrishnan talks to CNBC about how the city-state wants to elevate its stance to be the world's most connected smart nation.
Chua Sock Koong, group CEO of Singtel, says cybersecurity will be a key growth area for the telco.
Competition in the market might be on the rise but Chua Sock Koong, group CEO of Singtel, says the telco's overseas businesses remain market leaders.
The vast majority of millionaires across seven international markets think the current period is the "most unpredictable" ever, according to a new study by Swiss bank UBS on Wednesday.
Hartmut Issel, UBS Wealth Management, says millionaires in Singapore are turning positive due to factors like the property markets and political stability.
Singapore's non-oil domestic exports (NODX), closely watched for clues on economic growth, fell in April, belying expectations for growth.
The 5-year-old ride-sharing company in Southeast Asia is valued at $10 billion — and launching a number of initiatives to squeeze Uber out.
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam from Religare Capital Markets shares his analysis on Singapore-listed commodities firms Noble, Olam and Wilmar.
Singapore sovereign fund GIC, which invested in UBS during the global financial crisis, said it cut its stake in the Swiss bank at a loss.
Cambodia's start-up scene might be in its infancy, but it is slowly garnering attention on the world stage.
Southeast Asian nations face a historic opportunity to surpass their developed peers in technological innovation.
Singapore-listed Manulife U.S. REIT holds a bullish view of the U.S. office real estate market.
Stephanie Dickson, founder of The WEDGE Asia, talks about how the festival aims to raise awareness about sustainable consumption.
In sunny Singapore, one start-up is disrupting the world of development consulting.
At a CNBC debate during a World Economic Forum meeting, a panel of experts identified three key ideas for ASEAN.
OCBC announced Thursday it is buying NAB's private wealth business in Singapore and Hong Kong – the latest sign of consolidation in Asia's wealth industry.
A move by London-based Subsea 7 to take a stake in Singapore's EMAS Chiyoda Subsea may provide a lifeline to the heavily-indebted oil and gas services firm.
Reports of the demise of the TPP trade agreement may be premature, as the deal’s members consider proceeding without the U.S.
Singapore's second-largest listed lender said first quarter earnings were aided by wealth management and insurance.
The IIF welcomes Japan's bilateral currency swap deals with Thailand and Malaysia, saying it would add to stability in the Southeast Asian region.