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In a good month, public relations executive Farah Azizan gets in an extra 16 hours of paid work - as a deejay.
HIGHER profits from its development segment helped construction group Low Keng Huat (Singapore) rack up a 201 per cent surge in earnings last year.
In a country where private tuition is a billion-dollar industry, three people decided to offer homework help for free.
Growing up, Mr Tan Tong Hai and his five siblings lived in a one-room rental flat in Redhill with their parents.
PROPERTY shares may offer good value for investors this year despite the sector's current struggles, a recent report suggests.
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is the world's fastest rising young university, according to the Times Higher Education magazine.
Wealthy people with lots of different investment accounts face a problem: how to quickly and cheaply consolidate all the financial data.
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