• ServiceSource Celebrates Expansion of Asia-Pacific Headquarters in Singapore, Increases Focus on Regional Market Opportunities

    SINGAPORE--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- ServiceSource (NASDAQ:SREV - News), the global leader in customer success and revenue-as-a-service solutions, today announced it has relocated its Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore to a new, larger and more central location in Mapletree Business City 2. ServiceSource

    Business Wire
  • Importer recalls King’s potong ice cream after metal nut found: AVA

    A Singapore importer has voluntarily recalled some “King’s Ice Confection” products made in Malaysia after a member of the public found a metal nut in a bar of “King’s Potong Red Bean Ice Confection”.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Singapore opens presidency to minorities, but is Malaysia ready for non-Malay PM?

    KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 24 ― It will be quite a while before Malaysians may see a non-Malay ascend to the office of prime minister, political pundits said after neighbouring Singapore moved to enhance...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Singaporean Ivy Lim catches the world’s first Pokemon Master job

    Singaporean Ivy Lim has managed to “catch ‘em all” to become the world’s first Pokemon Master, after beating more than 5,000 applicants for the job. Earlier this month, Funzing Singapore advertised for the job on its Facebook page. Gabriel Nimrod, Country Head of Funzing Singapore, told Yahoo Singapore

    Vernon Lee
  • PM Lee's health scare exposes Singapore's leadership uncertainty

    By Marius Zaharia SINGAPORE (Reuters) - One of Singapore's greatest strengths is its predictability: in a region where coups and economic meltdowns are not uncommon, it has long been a haven of stability for investors and businesses. The economy has lost some of the zest it had under the open trade-oriented

  • ‘Tough but kind-hearted’: Tan Cheng Bock pays tribute to S R Nathan

    The man who almost succeeded S R Nathan as president has paid tribute to the late former president as a ‘kind and caring’ man.

    Nicholas Yong
  • Ex-President S R Nathan enjoyed eating my briyani: mosque chairman

    Alla’udin Mohamed, chairman of Masjid Khalid, used to cook his popular briyani monthly for a very special friend: Singapore’s former President S R Nathan.

    Safhras Khan
  • Singapore Ministry of Law to review legality of VPNs

    The Chief Executive of Singapore’s Intellectual Property Office acknowledged there are concerns that VPNs could infringe copyright Singapore’s Ministry of Law today announced a public consultation to receive feedback on the country’s copyright regime — including whether or not “allowable circumventions

  • S R Nathan always put his nation before self: Lee Hsien Loong

    Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has sent a letter to Mrs Nathan to express his condolences on the passing of the late president S R Nathan. The two-page letter sent on 23 August hailed Nathan’s “varied and stellar public service career”, which “took him to the unions where he played an instrumental role

    Yahoo Singapore
  • International community pays tribute to S R Nathan

    From neighbouring Malaysia to the USA, UK to New Zealand, leaders, diplomats and even Valencia Football Club have paid tribute to the late President S R Nathan, who passed away on Monday night (22 Aug).

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Singapore mourns passing of former president S R Nathan

    Following the death of former president S R Nathan on Monday night (22 August), Singapore mourned his passing on Tuesday (23 August) as state flags on all government buildings were flown at half mast, and condolence boards were set up outside the Istana from 6am for members of the public to write tribute

    Yahoo Newsroom
  • Singapore's longest-serving president S.R. Nathan dies

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Sellapan Ramanathan, Singapore's president from 1999 to 2011, died Monday at age 92, the government announced.

    Associated Press
  • Theatre Veteran Adrian Pang On The Proposed Changes to Singapore’s Copyright Law

    A father, an actor, a comedian.. Adrian Pang is many things rolled into one.You may have seen him in DBS’ Sparks, where episode 4 of the 5-part series unveils how easy it is to be lured into multi-level marketing shams. Or on stage for Pangdemonium’s Falling, which tugs at the heart strings

  • COMMENT: Wake-up call for PM and Cabinet

    The Singapore Cabinet is a perfect advertisement for healthy living. Looking at the pictures of the ministers makes you want to say: Wah, they take care of themselves very well.

    P N Balji
  • T-Mobile subscribers can now get access to free Wi-Fi in Singapore — for now

    If you're a T-Mobile customer traveling to Singapore, you'll no longer need to leave your internet connection behind. T-Mobile has announced a new initiative allowing T-mobile subscribers to access hundreds of Wi-Fi hotspots in Singapore.

    Digital Trends
  • Singapore PM to take medical leave until Aug. 29

    SINGAPORE  —Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will be on medical leave until Aug. 29 on the advice of his doctors, his office said yesterday. Lee took ill while delivering a National Day rally speech on Sunday, but returned to the stage after a break of about an hour. Lee’s illness was brought

    Philippine Star
  • Singapore's longest-serving president dies

    Singapore's sixth and longest-serving president, Sellapan Ramanathan, has died aged 92.

  • State funeral for Singapore’s ex-President S R Nathan on Friday

    A State Funeral Service will be held on Friday (26 August) for former Singapore President S R Nathan who passed away at the age of 92 on Monday night (22 August). A statement by the Prime Minister’s Office on Monday said, “The Government has accepted the wishes of the late Mr S R Nathan and his family

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Above all, Nathan was an LKY loyalist and believer

    Above all these, Sellapan Ramanathan, who passed away on Monday night (22 August) at 92 was a Lee Kuan Yew loyalist and believer. For him, LKY could do no wrong. LKY trusted him to the hilt, having tested and trusted him with key jobs in security, diplomacy, media and finally, presidential politics

    P N Balji
  • S R Nathan leaves lasting legacy in Singapore: Colleagues, analysts

    This was all down to his “fabulous memory,” said Singapore’s High Commissioner to Fiji Verghese Mathews. “This always happened when we were at functions with lots of Singaporeans, even when he was President,” recalled Mathews, who worked under Nathan at the Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur

    Yahoo Singapore
  • S. R. Nathan is an inspiration and a true son of Singapore: PM Lee

    SINGAPORE: Former Singapore President S R Nathan, 92, passed away peacefully at Singapore’s General Hospital at 9.48 pm, according to the Singapore Prime Minister’s Office. “The Prime Minister and his Cabinet colleagues are sad to learn of the passing of Mr S R Nathan and would like to convey their

    New Straits Times