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More Singaporeans studying entrepreneurship

More university students in Singapore are taking entrepreneurship courses, the result of a recent government push to promoted risk-taking in business, an official said Thursday.


Gay-owned Internet media company PlanetOut goes public

There was no big stir on Wall Street, but a San Francisco-based Internet company marked a cultural milestone Thursday by becoming the first gay-directed business to trade its stock on a major exchange.


NTDC to nurture small ICT start-ups

The.NET Technopreneur Development Centre (NTDC) in Cyberjaya has opened its doors yesterday to encourage small start-ups develop into bigger corporations.


Google stock hits new peak, analysts set lofty price targets

Google Inc.'s high-flying stock hit a new peak Thursday, propelled by the widening belief that the online search engine leader can continue to grow as major advertisers shift more spending from traditional media to the Internet.


i2 Partners raring to contribute

The companies participating in the Innovation Initiative (i2) Project are ready to offer broad-based support to help promote technopreneurship in the country.


Yahoo buys Internet phone provider

Yahoo Inc. said it had acquired DialPad Communications Inc., a six-year-old company whose software lets people to place calls over the Internet for a fraction of the cost of regular telephone service.


At 10 years old, has Web auction pioneer lost its allure?

Some say eBay's blockbuster growth has engendered arrogance


Pen-based computing pioneer says Microsoft conspired to 'kill' his company

The inventor of one of the precursors to handheld devices - an operating system that enabled computer users to write with a pen instead of a keyboard - long suspected Microsoft Corp. of crushing his business.


Small start-ups find it hard to seek funds

After 18 years, the Paradise Group of Companies has come a long way, growing from a 'one-man-show travel agency' into an integrated tourism industry.


Microsoft to start selling non-core technology to startups

Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday it has joined research-intensive organisations to sell its non-core technology to start-up companies in an attempt to earn money from discoveries that would otherwise gather dust.