Without innovation, insurance companies risk losing their relevance in the disrupted industry.
The revelation of multi-billion dollar Forex losses stirs up yet another storm in Malaysia’s political scene.
Local Indonesian ride-hailing app Go-Jek challenges the regional competitor Grab’s existing market share in Indonesia.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has struggled with poor IPO performance and an upcoming Federal Reserve Interest hike. Nonetheless, its future is still promising.
With the onslaught of new media, Singapore Press Holdings is losing its relevance, and it may be time for them to consider privatisation.
After years of delay, the Cambodian government and KrisEnergy get pen to paper, signalling a wealth of future opportunities for Cambodia.
Ant Financial recently coined the term “TechFin” as an outright challenge to JD Finance’s “FinTech”. Who will eventually win the intellectual debate?
Amazon launches its new social networking interface Spark but it is still too soon to see the implications of this move by Amazon into a new sector.
Chinese and Japanese firms are competing to take on the Bandar Malaysia project. Malaysia must accept a proposal quickly, but not hastily.
Malaysia puts plan to purchase new fighter jets from France on hold even while regional dangers leave the country in a vulnerable position.