Daily Archives: 2018-04-05

Broadcom Inc. completes redomiciliation from Singapore to US

Broadcom Inc. has announced on Wednesday (4 April) the completion of the redomiciliation process to change the parent company of the Broadcom corporate group from a Singapore company to a Delaware corporation. It noted that the re-domiciliation was approved overwhelmingly by Broadcom stockholders at a Special Meeting held on 23 March 2018 and confirmed by the Singapore High Court on 2 April 2018. The company then said that effective …

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Mr Edmund Cheng assumes position as new Chairman of Singapore Art Museum

Singapore Art Museum (SAM) has announced on Thursday (5 April) that Ms Jane Ittogi is succeeded as the Chair by Mr Edmund Cheng, who leads the Board of Directors from 1 April 2018 onwards. SAM stated that an advocate of the transformative power of art, Ms Ittogi has been instrumental in defining SAM’s focus on contemporary art practices from Singapore …

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Passenger plane returns on route after bomb threat made by passenger

Budget carrier Scoot has announced on Thursday (5 April) that its flight TR634 bound for Hat Yai has returned safely to Singapore, escorted by Singapore’s air force, after an alleged bomb threat by one of its passengers. The airline added that it was “working closely with the authorities for necessary follow-up to ensure the safety of our guests”. In a Facebook post, Singapore’s …

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SPF warns public of kidnapping threats via SMS

Singapore Police Force (SPF) wrote a Facebook post on Wednesday (4 April), alerting members of the public of a fraud through an SMS which says that their loved ones had been kidnapped. The police stated that they have received numerous reports from members of the public, saying that the SMSes also asked for money to be transferred to a bank account …

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RSIS academic accuses Dr Thum of spreading “misinformation” about Singapore history

Tenured Associate Professor Kumar Ramakrishna from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) at NTU wrote an opinion piece on ST yesterday (‘Operation Coldstore and the perils of academic misinformation’, 4 Apr) attempting to discredit Dr PJ Thum. According to his profile on RSIS website, Ramakrishna is also Head Policy Studies, as well as Coordinator of the National Security …

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