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From politics to pop culture, we've got it all. Get ready to immerse yourself in the world of business, lifestyle, culture, travel, and sports.

    Sports Minutes: "FA Cup progress could make or break ten Hag!" - Wes Brown on Manchester United's underwhelming season

    Sports Minutes: "FA Cup progress could make or break ten Hag!" - Wes Brown on Manchester United's underwhelming season

    With rumours continuing to swirl regarding Erik ten Hag's future at Manchester United, the team head into a "make or break" weekend with a semi-final clash against Coventry City in the FA Cup. Riddled by injuries and ridiculed for a lacked of identity, what next for the once mighty Manchester United? We caught up with Wes Brown, a treble-winner and two-time UEFA Champions League winner with Manchester United, who was speaking to Sports Minutes on the sidelines of the Starhub Football Festival.

    Got a story to tell? Get in touch with us!edanker@sph.com.sg | raushan@sph.com.sg
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    • 21 min
    Why It Matters: Unlocking the future with GenAI & Cloud Solutions in APAC & Singapore

    Why It Matters: Unlocking the future with GenAI & Cloud Solutions in APAC & Singapore

    According to Forrester, tech spending in Singapore hit S$22.17 billion in 2023. And across the region, 70% of Asia Pacific C-suite executives are either exploring generative AI use cases or already investing in them.

    Given the benefits of generative AI, how can Singapore organizations effectively leverage Generative AI to reduce business costs, and improve productivity securely?

    Sanjay Deshmukh, Senior Regional Vice President, ASEAN and India, Snowflake explains. 
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    • 14 min
    Culture Club: “Quailia”, a new bird currently only available in Singapore

    Culture Club: “Quailia”, a new bird currently only available in Singapore

    Would you eat a new sub-species of a bird? Forged by Vow, pioneers in cultured meat, have created an entirely new subspecies of animal, called ‘Quailia’, solely for the purpose of eating. And what’s in its secret recipe? Japanese quail cells.

    Singaporean gastronomes will be the very first in the world to taste Forged Parfait at an exclusive dinner series, Forged at Mandala Club, held at MORI within Mandala Club from April 12 to April 27. Tickets are available at forgedbyvom.com.

    George Peppou, CEO & Founder of Vow shares more. 
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    • 12 min
    Market View: Rising Middle East tensions on oil prices, airline counters and global markets; CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust’s net property income up 6.3% yoy; Keppel DC Reit reports 13.7% yoy drop in Q1 DPU; UOB Chief Executive on ROE target;

    Market View: Rising Middle East tensions on oil prices, airline counters and global markets; CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust’s net property income up 6.3% yoy; Keppel DC Reit reports 13.7% yoy drop in Q1 DPU; UOB Chief Executive on ROE target;

    Singapore stocks inched up at the opening bell today, despite overnight losses on Wall Street amid analyst expectations of reduced Federal Reserve action. 

    In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) rose 0.2 per cent to 3,192.3 points after 39.7 million securities changed hands in the broader market. 

    In terms of companies to watch today, we have CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust. That’s after the REIT manager said in a business update today that it posted a net property income of S$293.7 million for its first quarter ended Mar 31, up 6.3 per cent year on year.

    Meanwhile, from movements in oil prices following rising tensions in the Middle East and the impact on global markets, to chipmakers SK Hynix and TSMC working together to make next generation high bandwidth memory chips used in AI technology, more international headlines remain in focus.

    On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian unpacked the developments with Sunny Soh, Lead Technical Analyst (Capital Markets & Investor Education), SIAS.
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    • 13 min
    Weekly Wrap Up: ABS looking for anti-scam mascot for banks, but how relevant is a mascot in this day and age?

    Weekly Wrap Up: ABS looking for anti-scam mascot for banks, but how relevant is a mascot in this day and age?

    The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) is looking for an anti-scam mascot to serve as a visual rallying call to bank customers to “stop and check before clicking”. It launched its anti-scam mascot design competition on April 16, offering $10,000 for the top entry, and $3,000 and $2,000 for the second- and third-placed designs, respectively.

    But how will a mascot help in the fight against scams? 

    Ong-Ang Ai Boon, Director, The Association of Banks in Singapore tells us more. 
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    • 13 min
    Under the Radar: Trip.com’s COO on China’s travel recovery, booking recovery in Japan; partnerships with AirAsia’s CapitalA

    Under the Radar: Trip.com’s COO on China’s travel recovery, booking recovery in Japan; partnerships with AirAsia’s CapitalA

    It’s all about travel today as we speak to one of the world’s leading online travel agencies – Trip.com. 

    On its own, Trip.com is a familiar name to many, with a network of over 1.4 million hotels in 200 countries and regions, as well as more than 2 million individual flight routes connecting over 5,000 cities around the globe. 

    It is actually part of the NASDAQ and Hong Kong Exchange listed Trip.com Group which includes other brands such as Ctrip, Qunar and more notably, Skyscanner. 

    The Group had in February reported a 105 per cent year-on-year growth in Q4 revenue to RMB 10.3 billion (US$1.5 billion), higher than market expectations of RMB 10.2 billion. 

    The showing was said to be boosted by China’s tourism recovery post-pandemic. But what were the other factors at play and how far did Trip.com as a brand contribute to the Group’s balance sheet?

    Speaking of growth drivers, Trip.com Group had earlier noted that it is embarking on a “Hotel + X” strategy” to cater to millennial and Gen Z consumers who are looking to purchase both accommodations and experiences in one go. 

    So what does this strategy look like when it comes to Trip.com as a standalone platform and how far has the move to cross-sell products bolstered its top and bottom lines?

    Meanwhile, Trip.com Group recently signed a deal with AirAsia owner Capital A to enhance travel offerings within Asia. But again, what will this mean for the platform Trip.com?

    On Under the Radar, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian posed these questions to Schubert Lou, Chief Operating Officer, Trip.com.
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    • 31 min

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