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Young movers and shakers.
Eight Filipinos were honored in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List of 2021. The prestigious list recognizes Asia’s young entrepreneurs, scientists, activists, and more, all of whom are making waves in their respective industries. In total, 300 trailblazers are honored each ...
 
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Manny Villar is still tops.
Manny Villar is still king of the world. Or the Philippines, at least. The 71-year-old chairman of Vista Mall is at number 352 in the ranking of the world’s billionaires, with a net worth of $7.2 billion (P350 billion). He moves 66 ...
 
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Jeff Bezos is still the richest in the world.
Fifteen Filipinos are among the richest individuals on earth, according to the Forbes Billionaire’s List for 2020. At the top is former Senator Manny Villar (70 years old) who is at number 286 with a net worth of $5.6 billion, followed by ports king ...
 
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Whose fortunes gained and declined in 2019?
It was hardly a surprise when  the late taipan Henry Sy, Sr.’s heirs replaced him in the top spot on the Forbes Philippines’ Richest list of 2019. With $17.2 billion in collective net worth, the Sy siblings were unmatched in this year’s ...
 
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Forbes ranked the Philippine conglomerate as the 172nd best-regarded company in the world.
SM Investments Corp. landed on the 172nd spot on Forbes’ The World's Best Regarded Companies 2019 list. The Sy-led conglomerate is the only Philippine company to do so, beating companies like Mitsubishi Motors (#187), Berkshire Hathaway (#203), Adobe (#220), and American Express ...
 
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The list represents “the best of Asia-Pacific’s big companies.”
Eight of the biggest listed corporations in the country have landed on Forbes Asia’s Best Over A Billion 2019 list, which features 200 top-performing companies in the Asia-Pacific region with sales revenues exceeding one billion US dollars from the previous year.The eight ...
 
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AllHome plans P20.7B stock market debut in October 2019.
AllHome Corp., headed by the country’s richest man Manuel B. Villar Jr., has announced plans to raise up to P20.7 billion via an initial public offering (IPO) later this year. If approved, the home improvement retailer will mark the first IPO in the local stock market ...
 
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Meet the country’s richest women.
For the first time, two women from the Philippines were included in US magazine Forbes’ rankings of the world’s billionaires. Filipino tycoons on the annual lists have always been predominantly male.The two women that were on the latest rankings are Teresita Sy-Coson and Elizabeth ...
 
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All of Henry Sy Sr.’s children entered the list for the first time after the tycoon's death.
A record-high of 17 Filipinos made US business magazine Forbes’ World’s Billionaires List in 2019, up from just 12 in the previous year.But the combined wealth of all Filipino billionaires is lower than the previous year. Following the death of SM Group ...
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