Woman sent back to Singapore despite 27-year marriage

Image caption Mrs Clennell has been married for 27 years and has two sons and a granddaughter in the UK A woman married to a British man for 27 years has been sent back to Singapore. Irene Clennell was being held in a Scottish detention centre, but told ... ( read original story ...)

NUS Business School's leaner, meaner curriculum

Freshmen at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School this year will get first-hand experience in exercising flexibility, a core value of entrepreneurship. The business school promises undergraduates taking the Bachelor of Business ... ( read original story ...)

Finance firms eyeing bigger slice of the SME pie

Singapore's three listed finance firms are poised to reap benefits from regulatory changes that will boost their customer reach and capacity to lend. Already, Hong Leong Finance, Sing Investments & Finance and Singapura Finance have enjoyed hefty run-ups ... ( read original story ...)

$2.8m scheme launched to help law firms adopt technology

SINGAPORE - Lawyers will soon get support from the Government to adopt technology in their law practices, under a new $2.8m scheme launched on Monday (Feb27). The Tech Start for Law programme will fund up to 70 per cent of the first-year's cost for ... ( read original story ...)