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Why financial markets like Trump

22 January 2018 | TODAY Online

In a commentary, Assoc Prof Nitin Pangarkar (Dept of Strategy & Policy) says organisations view President Trump as being more supportive compared to Mr Obama who had implemented many policies that were seen as hostile to business.

Introduction of dual-class shares by Singapore Exchange raises concerns

23 January 2018 | Channel News Asia

Assoc Prof Mak Yuen Teen (Dept of Accounting) says the move might not be enough to attract high-profile international firms as issues such as lack of investor confidence and low valuations remain unaddressed.

Can influencers create the right Budget buzz?

21 January 2018 | Straits Times

Commenting on the Ministry of Finance’s initiative to engage social media influencers to raise awareness on the Budget process, Assoc Prof Ang Swee Hoon (Dept of Marketing) says it would be more appropriate to have a personality who has a business background or has discussed similar issues for the message to be seen as genuine.

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22 January 2018

Why financial markets like Trump

TODAY Online

In a commentary, Assoc Prof Nitin Pangarkar (Dept of Strategy & Policy) says organisations view President Trump as being more supportive compared to Mr Obama who had implemented many policies that were seen as hostile to business.

23 January 2018

Introduction of dual-class shares by Singapore Exchange raises concerns

Channel News Asia

Assoc Prof Mak Yuen Teen (Dept of Accounting) says the move might not be enough to attract high-profile international firms as issues such as lack of investor confidence and low valuations remain unaddressed.

21 January 2018

Can influencers create the right Budget buzz?

Straits Times

Commenting on the Ministry of Finance’s initiative to engage social media influencers to raise awareness on the Budget process, Assoc Prof Ang Swee Hoon (Dept of Marketing) says it would be more appropriate to have a personality who has a business background or has discussed similar issues for the message to be seen as genuine.

05 January 2018

Keppel scandal holds lessons for Singapore Inc

The Business Times

Assoc Prof Mak Yuen Teen (Dept of Accounting) says Singapore companies have to be prepared to walk away from paying bribes, or risk damaging their reputation.

04 January 2018

Embrace mistakes

The New Straits Times

In a commentary, Provost’s Chair Prof Michael Frese (Head, Dept of Management & Organisation) says cultivating a corporate culture of being welcoming and open to mistakes can be compatible with one that values stability and control.

04 January 2018

Tax may affect choice of extra remuneration or dividends

The Business Times

In a commentary, Assoc Prof Simon Poh (Dept of Accounting) says controlling shareholders would, from a corporate governance standpoint, prefer to receive remuneration than dividends, given the stakes that they hold in companies.

03 January 2018

Datapulse Technology: going about it the wrong way

The Business Times

In a commentary, Assoc Prof Mak Yuen Teen (Dept of Accounting) questions if Datapulse Technology’s board has exercised reasonable diligence in its hasty acquisition of Wayco Manufacturing.

01 January 2018

Uber-Comfort tie-up may see taxi firms offering demand-based fares

Torque

Assoc Prof Chu Junhong (Dept of Marketing) says the joint venture between Uber and ComfortDelGro is an effort to resist competitor Grab’s growth.