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From Pulau Ubin to CHIJMES and Zhongshan Park, New Ubin has come far and wide. But it's still going places.
There were 7 digital full bank licence applications, and 14 applications for digital wholesale bank licences.
The biggest consortium to apply for a digital banking licence so far includes EZ-Link, V3 Group, Singapore Business Federation and more
The consortium is focused on serving SMEs in Singapore, which employs close to 70 per cent of Singapore's workforce.
Singapore unicorn Sea is this year’s top foreign stock in the US – and it could be thanks to this US$1 billion game
There are plans to build a long-lasting franchise around the smash-hit game.
Some Chinese consumers thought they shopped at Charles & Keith, only to realise later that their bags said ‘Cherlss & Keich’
Some consumers in China mistakenly bought items from a local brand called Cherlss & Keich, thinking it was Charles & Keith.
Secretlab’s co-founders still game together on weekends – and its CEO learned how to do business through games like World of Warcraft
Singapore's Secretlab has a "grow or die" mentality, and its co-founder Ian Ang says: "Nothing fuels me more than competition and crushing my opponents."
You can now earn GrabPay reward points at over 50 million merchants worldwide with a new numberless card
The GrabPay Card is accepted at nearly 53 million merchants worldwide, and is already available in Singapore, with other South-east Asian countries soon to follow in early 2020.
Makeup fans are devastated that Sasa is closing down all 22 of its Singapore stores, but not all are sad
Many people have drawn comparisons between Sasa and Sephora, which one person said was a lot more fun to shop at.
Singtel’s Christmas film is about an entitled teen who must have the latest phone – and we can probably all relate
And so the battle of the touching videos on social media begins...
Singapore start-up Carousell’s valuation just surged to S$1.1 billion, thanks to merger with 701Search
That's a rise of US$290 million in less than a year.