DOES the company that you've invested in have fair labour practices? Does it comply with corporate governance rules, does it ensure that its business operations minimise their impact on the environment? Ethical investing, once a niche for the discerning, is now firmly in the mainstream. Our Brunch cover story looks at how the universe has expanded, in your BT this weekend.
Also this weekend, octogenarian business mentor John Bittleston shares his worldly wisdom in The Raffles Conversation.
In Investing & Wealth, portfolio fund manger Teh Hooi Ling's Value Insight column sets out five data points that show the Singapore stock market is not overheated, despite the 18 per cent run-up last year. And the CFA Institute kicks off a new series with a column on how machine learning is changing the game for women investors.
Cubicle Files asks whether there's a case for radical pay transparency. Saturday Soapbox, meanwhile, wonders if Hurricane Harvey will bring true winds of change and if we have really reached the tipping point in the fight against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Tennis fans, the Australian Open is almost upon us. The Finish Line checks out the players to watch and surprises in store in Melbourne.
Headed for the Singapore Motorshow this weekend? Don't miss our special supplement featuring the best of show from Audi, Lexus, Porsche, Volkswagen and more.
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