Singapore Business Times (technology): Dyson to hire 250 more engineers, scientists in Singapore over five years GLOBAL technology company Dyson will be hiring 250 additional engineers and scientists in Singapore over the next five years, doubling its existing software and electronics engineering teams here.
Singapore Business Times (technology): A field guide to intelligent automation "LET'S talk about automation," says the chief executive as he leans back, fingers steepled, looking inspired yet deeply troubled at the same time. "I feel like we aren't doing enough." On cue, heads around the table wobble. This is something the room can get behind.
Singapore Business Times (technology): Axiata, Norway's Telenor in advanced talks to merge Malaysian mobile operations MALAYSIAN telecommunications conglomerate Axiata Group and its Norwegian counterpart Telenor Group on Thursday announced that they are in "advanced discussions" regarding a potential merger of their Malaysian mobile operations Digi and Celcom.
Singapore Business Times (technology): Brokers' take: CGS-CIMB initiates 'add' on Hong Leong Asia, expects 54% profit growth CGS-CIMB has initiated "add" on Hong Leong Asia (HLA) with a S$1.18 target price. This comes as the research house forecasts net profit after tax growth of 54 per cent in FY2021 for the group.
Singapore Business Times (technology): Digital Realty's third data centre offers blueprint for future data centres in Singapore DIGITAL Realty on Tuesday officially opened its third data centre in Singapore - one that offers a way forward on how data centres in Singapore could be built in a sustainable and productive fashion.
Singapore Business Times (technology): Hot stock: Trendlines up 15.3% after letter of intent for portfolio company SHARES of The Trendlines Group jumped to an eight-month high on Tuesday after the company said it received a non-binding letter of intent (LOI) for the acquisition of a portfolio company by a public corporation.
Singapore Business Times (technology): AEM to vote against dividend resolutions at CEI's AGM on April 19 AEM Singapore, which has made an offer for all the shares of CEI it does not already own, will vote against the payment of dividends at CEI's annual general meeting (AGM) on April 19.
Singapore Business Times (technology): Oyika raising US$100m to roll out greener rides in Asean OYIKA wants to pull off the electrification of mobility in South-east Asia, specifically by bundling subscriptions to electric motorbikes with fully-charged battery packs that power these bikes.
Singapore Business Times (technology): NUS gets S$50m from Sea for AI, data science efforts, largest corporate gift to date THE National University of Singapore (NUS) has received a S$50 million corporate gift from New York-listed Sea Limited, the parent company of Shopee, Garena, and SeaMoney.
Singapore Business Times (technology): Keppel, Facebook to develop undersea cable linking South-east Asia and America KEPPEL Telecommunications & Transportation's (Keppel T&T) wholly-owned subsidiary Keppel Midgard Holdings (KMH), together with consortium partners, will jointly own and develop the Bifrost Cable System, a multiple fibre paired, high capacity submarine cable system, Keppel Corp announced on Monday.