Despite the feverish interest surrounding ICOs, most retail investors have little understanding of this innovative fundraising method.
When high-profile companies move out of Singapore it is natural for many to wonder whether the city-state has lost its aura.
Why it's time to break the mould when it comes to saving and investing.
Blockchain is poised to revolutionize business in much the same way email and the internet did.
Study shows how noise from construction projects drives up domestic energy consumption.
Do the purchase choices that we make and the way they shape our homes also shape our behaviour?
Why women who play golf are more likely to serve on the board of directors of publicly-listed companies.
Associate Professor Simon Poh on some of the key measures announced in Singapore's 2018 budget
Many companies find it hard to identify workplace aggression and even more difficult to intervene and break the cycle of behaviour.
Because of the way they are run, family firms could have an advantage when it comes to being truly innovative.
Taking on the global trade in counterfeit and pirated goods worth up to US$1.13 trillion annually.
Visiting professor Sumit Agarwal gives his views on an "equitable but also progressive" budget.
Divisions in the composition of a firm’s top management team can have unexpected spill-over effects.
Despite his character flaws, he is viewed by business as a welcome relief, says Associate Professor Nitin Pangarkar.
Associate Professor Lawrence Loh on the shockwaves from a high profile corruption scandal.
Corporate tax regimes remain an important consideration affecting companies operating or intending to operate in each of these two cities.
A recent Think Business forum tackles the emerging challenges and opportunities in digital marketing.
Understanding why a purchase was or wasn’t made is critical to getting inside the mind of the customer.
Subordinates watch closely how bosses interact with all their staff, and even non-staff.
Creative people are more likely to think “out of the box” - including, sometimes, in directions that stray into the bounds of unethical.
Providing public benefits to private companies is equivalent to lining shareholders’ pockets with public money.
Research shows two main factors at play when people give in to superstitious beliefs.
There are many ways to frame the idea or ideal of sustainability.
For marketers the rise and rapid evolution of digital platforms has fundamentally shifted the balance of power.
China seeks to present itself as an open and fair economy, but its actions tell a different story.
Study shows persuasive power of children can help keep lid on electricity consumption.
Tang Dynasty civil service examinations offer some intriguing clues for recruiters.
For any ambitious family business, successful transformation begins with a change in the owners themselves.
For a growing business, a hallmark of a good strategy is focus and priorities, not getting big purely for the sake of it.
Bankers' compensation has become a major issue for banks' corporate governance as well as regulation.