Singapore-based edtech IMMRSIV (IMSV) has filed for a proposed $17M US initial public offering. Read more here.
See where Michigan exports the most goods to
Stacker compiled a list of the countries Michigan exports the most goods to using data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Singapore police officers rescue woman trapped in toilet for four days
SINGAPORE: A woman who was trapped in her home toilet for four days after the door handle was dislodged was eventually rescued by two police officers. The Singapore Police Force (SPF) shared the ...
Singapore to be Cautious in Raising China Travel Capacity
Singapore will take a “cautious approach” in increasing airline seat capacity as travel from China is restored, while holding back from joining others that have imposed tighter travel restrictions on ...
Singapore boost AFF Championship hopes with Vietnam draw but potential Ilhan Fandi injury could prove costly
Singapore valiantly held out for a 0-0 draw against Vietnam in the AFF Championship on Friday but a potential injury to Ilhan Fandi could be costly.
Singapore ready to step up border measures if needed; MOH monitoring situation as China reopens
THE Ministry of Health (MOH) stands ready to step up measures if necessary, and is closely monitoring the global Covid-19 situation even as China reopens its borders from Jan 8, 2023. Read more at The ...
Daily Cuts – S1E62: Spearheading Singapore’s COVID Vaccine Mission
Singapore Today speaks with Dinesh Vasu Dash, Group Director (Crisis Strategy & Operations Group), Ministry of Health (MOH), about steering our nation's efforts to vaccinate its population against ...
Grandmother and grandson tussle over assets, judge dismisses both sides’ claims
The mother of a divorced man who died without a will sued her grandson to lay claim over her son’s assets, including a $450,000 Housing Board flat in Tanjong Pagar. Madam Rasalingam Letchumee, 82, ...
Inflation in Singapore will probably stay high in the first few quarters of 2023, UOB says
Too funny! Elaine Chao, who worked as the Transportation Secretary in the Trump administration, says she will not respond to former President Donald Trump calling her a racist name. Witnesses in ...
3 men to be charged with money laundering offences, with one case involving over S$5 million
SINGAPORE — Three men aged 23 to 28 will be charged in court on Friday (Dec 30) with money laundering offences in relation to two different scams. According to a statement released by the police on ...
SGX Nifty rises 65 points: Elin Electronics listing, Asian markets, oil prices, dollar movement & more
US stocks settled higher overnight and Asian markets too were up in the early Friday’s trade. All eyes will be on the listing of Elin Electronics ...
Maid steals ATM card from 75-year-old employer; withdraws S$14,000+ from savings account
The helper stole the ATM card and sent it to her friend, who withdrew over S$14,000. The helper then made four unauthorised withdrawals herself from the employer's POSB savings account.
Singapore’s venture capital scene looks set for a ‘pretty decent’ 2023, investment firm says
As a result, Singapore has been able to "build up its infrastructure probably a little bit better." He also named energy as a sector to watch in 2023 in light of breakthroughs in nuclear fusion and ...
Ramped up housing supply may slow rising property prices in 2023: Analysts
SINGAPORE: Property analysts expect property prices to continue climbing next year, but a strong supply of new homes may help moderate the anticipated spike. For new private homes, the jump could be ... ( read original story ...)
Credit card interest rates and fees going up at some banks in Singapore
The rising interest rate environment has seen banks making multiple revisions to home loan rates this year. Now, some lenders are raising interest charges and fees for credit cards.
Malaysian Businessman Gets 36 Years In Singapore Jail For RM26 Billion Penny Stock Crash
John Soh Chee Wen, a 63-year-old prominent Malaysian businessman, is the mastermind of a scheme that led to the largest market manipulation in Singapore.