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Featuring a trio of eclectic individuals, Carol Smith, Joshua Simon, and Jillian Lim will navigate their varied life experiences in real-time, which include motherhood, new marriages, and the single life. This show will offer something for everyone - from exciting celebrity guests such as UK popstar Anne Marie on its debut show to trailblazing entrepreneurs and political figures.
 
The BIG Show is the biggest show put together, fronted by three BIG, strong, established personalities, Glenn Ong, The Flying Dutchman (aka the “FD”) and Angelique Nicolette Teo (aka “Angel”), with Producer Shaun Tupaz. The BIG personalities put their opinions across sensitive topics and subjects every morning. The show also has a regular pool of BIG expert guests who will join them from 8am daily and this will be on their hugely popular and engaging Facebook Live segment. The BIG Show focus ...
 
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With uncertainties over renewed lockdowns and a worsening debt crisis in China, dealmakers in Asia are increasingly shifting their focus to Southeast Asia. There is also a growing group of affluent and emerging affluent Asians that are looking to invest in the region. But yet some financial services firms believe the group is underserved at this po…
 
The UK government has done an abrupt U-turn by dropping its plan to cut taxes for the highest earners just 10 days after announcing it. This comes after widespread criticism and a growing backlash. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with Pete Ross, Producer/Presenter at the BBC, on what's next for Liz Truss and her team, plus th…
 
How can companies leverage new technologies amid the continued decoupling of US-China relations, persistent semiconductor shortages and increased adoption of new technologies? Prime Time’s Bharati Jagdish speaks with Ravi Vijayaraghavan, head of Bain & Company’s APAC Technology & Cloud Services to find out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
Why are rising interest rates causing REITs to fall? And on the other hand, which REITs are attracting institutional inflows? Meanwhile, how might the release of the messages between Elon Musk and Twitter boss Parag Agrawal impact the trial? Find out more with Michelle Martin and Willie Keng, Founder, Dividend Titan. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
 
Today in Market View Minutes we take a look at the stock markets of two of our biggest neighbours: China and India. Which one do you think is outperforming the other? Well, in terms of results for this past quarter, it’s not even close. Tune in to find out as Michelle Martin has the answer for you, along with some reasons why. See omnystudio.com/li…
 
Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck joined The BIG Show in the studio for the first time since the pandemic and he shared what he had been up to during these past two years and even some juicy stories of the celebrities that he has met! Tune in to The BIG Show weekdays from 6am - 10am, for your daily dose of unadulterated fun and wit, on ONE FM 91.3! Conn…
 
On The BIG Show today, Chef Wolfgang Puck visited the studio to catch up with the team for the first time since the pandemic. We also discussed if having strong social skills or high academic levels is more important and why some celebrities are saying ‘NO’ to horse riding in NYC. Tune in to The BIG Show weekdays from 6am - 10am, for your daily dos…
 
On March 27, 1995, Mauricio Gucci was shot dead on the steps leading to his office in Milan, House of Gucci author, Sara Gay Forden was then working around the corner from Mauricio’s office. The established fashion business journalist would cover the developing trial closely for years. At the time, Maurizio’s hitman was believed to have been hired …
 
On today's morning show with Carol, Josh & Jill, we discussed asked you guys what your favourite local food pairings were, gave a recap of what we did over the weekend at the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022, and hear what advice George and Amal Clooney have to give after 8 happy years of marriage. Tune in now for your daily d…
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys speak to Prof. Ben Horton, Director, The Earth Observatory of Singapore. NTU as they discuss climate change and why Hurricane Ian’s devastation in Florida was no surprise See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Money FM
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys speak to Associate Professor Lim Tit Meng, Chief Executive, Science Centre Board as they discuss what visitors can expect from the Science Centre Singapore’s annual blockbuster event, 'UNTAME' and how different it is compared to last year's event. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys are joined by Curtis Chin, Chairman, Milken Institute Asia Center as they talk about the recent Annual Milken Conference Asia 2022 that happened this week and what it means to regional and global business. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Is Britain in a self-inflicted financial crisis that threatens to accelerate the economy’s dive into recession? Can Liz Truss and her team restore its credibility with its people and investors? In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks wtih Pushan Dutt, Professor of economics and political sciences at INSEAD to look at what’s next for …
 
Singapore's electric vehicle revolution is coming. With Singapore aiming to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040, should there be a ban on petrol or diesel-based vehicle sales? Will there be sufficient charging stations? How will the government ensure affordability for the average driver? Prime Time's Bharati Jagdish speaks with Satya Ramam…
 
The maximum amount of money home buyers in Singapore can borrow to purchase their homes has been tightened so that borrowers avoid future difficulties in servicing those loans. The authorities have also put in place several measures to ensure home buyers borrow within their means and to moderate demand in the property market. In The Straits Times’ …
 
Credit markets and the performance of banks in Asia are on our list today after recent jumbo rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve rattled markets and hurt demand for homes and mortgages. Just look at Hong Kong - the city’s home prices, for one, fell 2.3% in August from a month ago, the lowest in over three years. In Singapore, major banks such as U…
 
According to a probability model run by Ned Davis Research, there is currently a 98.1% chance of a global recession. How true is that? Well today on Money and Me, Michelle Martin invites Swapnil Mishra, Founder, WealthZen & Adjunct Mentor, Singapore Management University to give us his two cents about whether he thinks there is a likelihood of an i…
 
When market sentiment is overwhelmingly bearish, it’s easy to feel gloomy. So, today, in Market View Minutes Michelle Martin looks at two stocks - both in the red recently - but which analysts say, present good value. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Money FM
 
Nike reported its earnings and sales that topped expectations, but why aren't investors reciprocal to this news? Meanwhile, why did the Bank of America downgrade its call on Apple? Michelle Martin and Willie Keng, Founder, Dividend Titan break it all down for us. They also discuss the details behind Singapore's latest property cooling measures. See…
 
Fewer million dollar HDB flats? More affordable choices for upgraders? Bad news for sellers or not? Michelle Martin discusses the tighter loan limits in Singapore and what they mean for you with CEO of Propnex Ismail Gafoor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Money FM
 
On today's morning show with Carol, Josh & Jill, we discussed how dating is an investment, talked about what we can do over this coming weekend, and got the inside scoop on Camila Cabello mistaking a contestant for her ex-boyfriend, Shawn Mendes, during blind auditions! Tune in now for your daily dose of laughter, exciting prizes, latest news, and …
 
On The BIG Show today, we discussed if we can survive going cashless, what the teens are saying about social media and where to watch the F1 for free. Tune in to The BIG Show weekdays from 6am - 10am, for your daily dose of unadulterated fun and wit, on ONE FM 91.3! Connect with us on Instagram: @onefm913 @Glennn @angeliqueteo @fdonefm @shaun_tupaz…
 
With an increasing adoption in supply chain diversification strategies, companies need to incorporate integrated systems and end-to-end visibility to adapt and react to supply chain shocks and avoid major disruptions down the line. In the Spotlight on Prime Time, Bharati Jagdish speaks with Ajit Melarkode, Vice President of Asia Pacific & Japan at …
 
Malaysia’s Budget will be tabled next Friday on the 7 October. Given that this budget will be out before the next general election, economists are expecting it to be election friendly with a slew of expansionary measures. At the same time, observers are also expecting the government to remain committed to consolidating its fiscal position and focus…
 
As modes of payment continue to evolve with the many digital payment platforms, so do fraudulent activities. Mass quantities of transactions going in and out of said platforms renders manual fraud detection largely unscalable, and money laundering across online platforms has become that much harder to detect. Regionally, the topic of anti-money lau…
 
Taiwan has confirmed that it will end its mandatory Covid-19 quarantine for travellers from Oct 13, in its latest step to reopen to tourists. In The Straits Times’ The Big Story, Multimedia Correspondent Cheow Sue-Ann speaks with ST correspondent Yip Wai Yee about this development. She also recommends interesting new places travellers to the island…
 
In today's Market View, Michelle Martin and Willie Keng explore the possible synergies between SATS and Worldwide Flight Services given its recent announcement to acquire the world's largest air cargo handler. They also analyse the rationale behind the Bank of England's latest move to rescue the UK financial system through a government bond-buying …
 
On today's morning show with Carol, Josh & Jill, we played exclusive snippets from Jill's interview with YUNGBLUD, got all nostalgic with the Kiss Fam as we reminisced our favorite canteen foods, and revealed what Hailey Bieber had to go through with Justin after his breakup with Selena Gomez! Tune in now for your daily dose of laughter, exciting p…
 
Where are the growth areas in the industry seeking to streamline financial operations? Is ASEAN leading or lagging in the evolution of cross-border transactions and integrating technology, finance and business? Michelle Martin discusses the future of digital payments with Rahul Abrol, Co Founder and Co CEO, ChaiPort See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
Porsche debut's its IPO amidst market upheaval and a battered pipeline of share sales. Michelle Martin takes a look at what is likely one of the largest public listings in European stock market history, and what its entry could mean for Volkswagen shareholders. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On The BIG Show today, we chatted about the TOP 5 signs you are really disorganised, the BIGGEST mistakes to avoid when travelling and updates on the countries that are opening up. Tune in to The BIG Show weekdays from 6am - 10am, for your daily dose of unadulterated fun and wit, on ONE FM 91.3! Connect with us on Instagram: @onefm913 @Glennn @ange…
 
It’s been a rather painful week for markets so far, as investors mull the risks of a recession amid interest rate hikes by major central banks around the world last week. In the US, the broad-based S&P 500, for one, registered a new closing low for 2022, while the Dow slipped into a bear market earlier this week. Away from the US, the British Sterl…
 
Sustainability has become a salient topic in recent years as more business stakeholders, such as investors and customers, pay closer attention to the impact of sustainable practices on their ecosystem and business operations. The increased interest and awareness also mean more job opportunities in the sustainability space as well as demand for labo…
 
According to a study by UOB, Singaporeans have the most finance-related worries in the South-east Asian region, amid expectations of rising household expenses and higher inflation. Prime Time’s Bharati Jagdish speaks with Dean Tong, Head, Group Human Resources, UOB to find out what else Singaporeans are most stressed about, and if that has somethin…
 
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