Lee Yen Nee is a correspondent for CNBC digital based in Singapore, covering a range of business topics from around the region, including banks and macroeconomics. She is no stranger to the business reporting scene, having worked previously at Thomson Reuters and Singapore's daily newspaper TODAY.
Cathay Pacific Airways denied a report that it is retrenching another 200 employees, in addition to the 600 job cuts it announced earlier.
Singapore's second largest lender by assets OCBC said Monday its Indonesian subsidiary will start a private banking unit.
An artwork by Haitian-American painter Jean-Michel Basquiat sold for $110.5 million – a new record for any U.S. artist at auction.
Cybersecurity is a key growth segment amid intensifying price competition in the phone carriage space, Singtel group CEO says on Thursday.
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam from Religare Capital Markets shares his analysis on Singapore-listed commodities firms Noble, Olam and Wilmar.
European Commission VP, Jyrki Katainen, urged all parties to put aside their negative attitudes ahead of "very, very challenging" Brexit negotiations.
China reported industrial production, fixed-asset investment and retail sales for April.
Singapore-listed Manulife U.S. REIT holds a bullish view of the U.S. office real estate market.
The $1.7 trillion infrastructure financing gap in Asia is a "problem" of the region's success, AIIB's president Jin Liqun said.
Malaysian low cost carrier AirAsia could introduce flights to the West Coast of the U.S. "not too far away" from now, CEO Tony Fernandes told CNBC.