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The Sinclair Broadcast Group had 18 of their newsrooms honored with the RTDNA Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Outstanding Journalism.
The Audible Accelerator Singapore programme identified and worked with 10 SMEs to produce original made-with-Singapore audio stories for the Audible platform.
New Zealand is about to become the first country to introduce climate legislation requiring banks, insurers, and investment managers to assess and report on the environmental impact of their investments.
Focusing on the importance of reusing and recycling materials instead of throwing them away, the circular economy is the main long-term strategy for reducing waste in Denmark.
Spotify's recent move to give free access across all mobile devices is likely to spark off another frantic phase in the music streaming app wars, right after competitor Deezer revealed that it has more than doubled the number of its paid subscribers in a year.
Here's a look at some highly solicited anti-aging treatments that are predicted to continue attracting clients over the next five to seven years.
VISA, through research firm Milward Brown, recently conducted a study on the Millennial Generation in the Asia Pacific that found some interesting statistics which may surprise you.
Asia’s first 360-degree reality show, Angel's Gate, opens doors to budding entrepreneurs from around the world.
Founder Institute has extended its application deadline for its program in Singapore to 7 March 2010 and has also added four new mentors to guide startup founders.
The UK’s leading money expert, Martin Lewis, has called for more regulation in the sector of ‘buy now, pay later.’ Buy Now Pay Later products...
SkyCap Financial believes financial literacy is so important that it recently launched SkyCap University, a free educational course designed to help its clients improve their understanding of money management principles.
The jobs scene is once again looking brighter in 2013. Here's an infographic from PayScale's 2013 Compensation Best Practices Report that reveals some of that business optimism.
One startup founder urges consumers not to go down the path of payday loans this season, as expensive forms of credit can end you up in more severe financial problems.
Kartikeya Sharma is one of the youngest and most popular entrepreneurs in India right now who has managed to accomplish a lot in a short span of time.
Waiakea Water has donated more than 3,000 masks to essential public service sectors throughout Hawaii, including the Hilo Medical Center, Hawai’i News Now, and the Hawai’i Police Department.
The UK government earlier unveiled a highly anticipated industrial strategy designed to tackle Britain’s productivity woes and championing sectors such as Construction, Manufacturing, Automotive and Life Sciences.
Singapore's largest online car rental marketplace Drive.SG launches a mobile application to tap on smartphone-using customers.
Getting funding for your innovative ideas can be even tough. That’s why competitions – like GE’s Ecomagination Challenge – are vital to eco entrepreneurs: they promote and fund some of the world’s best and brightest ideas for sustainability.
One of the changes that are being made by Denmark is the endeavour to create the best growth potential for start-up companies.
Online professional network LinkedIn earlier today released data from its "Dream Jobs" survey about the most popular childhood dream jobs, surveyed from 393 professionals in Singapore, and more than 8,000 globally to find out the most common childhood career aspirations and how many professionals actually are in that dream job.
Singapore-based eBay sellers rejoice - eBay Singapore has partnered with SingPost, and in collaboration with US Postal Service, to launch a new shipping service for delivering goods from Singapore to the United States.
According to a new PayPal survey conducted by market research agency GfK, Singaporeans are planning to do at least half of their holiday shopping electronically this year.
The "Pandora Papers" reveal previously unseen deals of the elite as well as the corrupt, and also how they've made use of offshore accounts to hide assets worth trillions of dollars.
In March 2020, Talking Rain Beverage Company announced that it had joined the Recycling Partnership, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting sustainability and improving recycling education among consumers.
With the formal adoption of Bitcoin in El Salvador serving as a model, Panama is considering a quick follow-up in what might be the start of a worldwide trend.