The external hard drive had been smuggled from Syrian regime territory through jihadist-held towns and into Turkey. When Ghazwan Koronful finally got his hands on it, he sighed in relief.
Sanofi missed the boat on immune system-boosting cancer drugs. Now it's trying to catch up.
For elite swimmer Pal Joensen, representing Denmark twice in the Olympic Games just didn't feel right.
Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc will replace General Electric Co in the Dow Jones Industrial Average from June 26, S&P Dow Jones Indices said https://bit.ly/2K4IoSE on Tuesday.
There's been a ramping up of anti-plastic waste measures by huge companies recently. For example, furniture megachain IKEA announced at the start of June that it was working to «stop selling single-use plastic products such as straws, cups and freezer bags by Jan 1, 2020». Locally, food delivery service Deliveroo also announced that plastic cutleries are now on an 'opt-in' basis - meaning that by default, your orders won't come with any plastic cutlery.
A woman with a serious seafood allergy ended up getting hospitalised after she was served shellfish despite informing the staff at a restaurant in Jurong Point of her allergy.
Technology has made it easier for dual-career couples to juggle work and family, but that's no reason for bosses to harbour decades-old expectations of their most talented staff, says the Financial Times’ Helen Barrett.
Seng Hua Hng Foodstuff says complex IT arena makes it difficult for SMEs to pick the right systems to implement, but warns of pitfalls of going for expensive, established vendors.
EU antitrust regulators will decide by July 20 whether to clear U.S. private equity firm Blackstone Group's USUS$20 billion acquisition of a majority stake in Thomson Reuters' Financial and Risk (F&R) unit, a filing on the EU competition watchdog's website showed on Monday.
World number seven Karolina Pliskova's Wimbledon preparations suffered a setback in a 6-2 6-3 defeat by Magdalena Rybarikova of Slovakia in the opening round of the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham on Monday.
General Electric will cut 1,200 jobs in Switzerland at its troubled power generation business, about 200 fewer than its original proposal, the U.S. industrial conglomerate said on Monday.
England fans arriving in the Russian city of Volgograd Monday for their team's first World Cup fixture received a warm welcome, despite ice-cold relations between the two countries and the memory of violence at Euro 2016.
The body of a man was discovered floating in the waters at the Lower Peirce Reservoir on Sunday morning (June 17). Stomp contributor Raymond who was jogging at the Lower Peirce Reservoir told Stomp in a call that he passed by the body at 6.45am. At first, he thought it was a pile of rubbish in the water. However, a woman nearby told him that there was a body in the water. He said: “The lady in front of me was staring at some object in the water. “So I stopped and we talked. She told me it was a body.”
Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev, who injured his hamstring in the 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia in the World Cup's opening match, is hoping to be fit if his team reach the knockout stage.
US-North Korea relations have come a long way but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's goal is to turn the Singapore summit's ambiguity into concrete guidelines, say two observers from the Henry Jackson Society in London.