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Latest Singapore Items
Career networking website LinkedIn opened its Asian headquarters in Singapore on Tuesday, part of a plan to tap the region's large pool of professionals.
Sony has begun restoring access to its PlayStation Network and Qriocity movie and music service in Japan and elsewhere in Asia. The company shut down the services in April after a massive security breach that affected more than 100 online accounts.
Paula Abdul said Friday her reunion with Simon Cowell on his new talent show is going great, for now.
Paula Abdul says her reunion with Simon Cowell on his new talent show is "still in the honeymoon phase."
The family of Indian movie star Rajnikanth says he will go to Singapore to rest after recovering from recent illnesses.
The sale of marijuana is largely tolerated in the Netherlands, but can get you the death penalty in Malaysia. Chewing gum is widely popular in the United States and strictly regulated in Singapore. Conformity has high value in South Korea, not so much in Brazil.
Zimbabwe's 87-year-old president scoffed at speculation over his health as "misplaced" and said Thursday that he and his wife are fitness enthusiasts.
The U.S. military would consider sending officers and cadets to China on study exchange programs if relations between the two countries improve, the commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said Thursday.
Every spring, Forbes publishes its ranking of the richest men and women on the planet. One person you won't see on the list is Burmese business tycoon Tay Za. The charismatic Tay Za is chief executive of the Htoo Group of Companies, a business empire founded during Burma's era of democratic rule that spans logging, gems and jade, palm oil, construction, hotels and tourism, mobile-phone services, an airline and more. At 46, he is widely believed to be Burma's first billionaire.