M1 launches DBS virtual credit card
M1 is the second telco after StarHub to launch this card. -BT
- The Business Times
Singapore's 40 richest 2012
Collectively, the wealth of Singapore's wealthy increased this year.
Eurozone crisis is main risk for Singapore: MAS
It warned the nation to brace for "a more adverse turn of events". -AFP
MAS sets up $20 billion facility to back up depositors
Singapore's central bank announced fresh measures to protect depositors, by creating a $20 billion liquidity buffer to back up a deposit insurance scheme. -Reuters
Singapore June exports beat forecasts, outlook still murky
Singapore's domestic exports of electronics edged 1.6 per cent higher in June from a year ago.
Temasek to hold on to stakes in Chinese banks
This is despite a possible economic slowdown and the ongoing interest rates reform.
Salary gap widens between conglomerates and small firms
The average annual salary of new employees to be hired in the latter half this year will be increased by 5%.
Employers can now make monthly claims for maternity leave
From Aug 2, employers and self-employed women will be able to make monthly reimbursement claims for Government Paid Maternity Leave (GPML).
'Strikingly' few women in Asia's top jobs: report
Women on average account for only six per cent of board seats compared to 17 per cent in Europe.
Most professionals careful about online image: Poll
69 per cent felt that it is important to maintain a good image online. -AsiaOne
More firms here keen to see what staff post online
There is concern over security breaches and incidents.
SMEs told to gear up for fight
Thai SMEs are competitive in 16 industries.
Suntory proposes to privatise Cerebos Pacific Limited
The Singapore-listed company is known for producing Brands Essence of Chicken. -AsiaOne
SMEs can get help with social media use
Workshop aims to help SMEs with social media for effective branding and communications through hands-on practical workshops.
3 in 4 banks and finance companies outsource functions overseas
Transactional roles are being outsourced due to shortage of skills and cost savings.
China to relax conditions for SMEs to list in Hong Kong
Hong Kong will encourage qualified financial institutions to form joint ventures with mainland partners. -Reuters
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