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Now that’s devotion.
If you’ve ever liked, even LOVED, a musical artist, you’ve likely supported them by buying their music, watching their shows online or live, or even buying stuff like their t-shirts, mugs, stickers, and the like. We’ve never actually given thought to how ...
 
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The central bank said the new logo was developed in-house.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has denied that it spent millions of pesos to develop its new logo. In a statement, the BSP said the “new logo was developed by in-house talents who shared their skills in the process. Thus, no procurement was ...
 
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An inspiring speech by MAP's Management Man of the Year
Federico R. Lopez, chairman and CEO of First Philippine Holdings Inc. (FPH), First Gen, and Energy Development Corp., is this year's Management Man of the Year, a prestigious award given by the Management Association of the Philippines. The most recent previous awardees were ...
 
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Here’s everything you need to know about the 40-something man many budding entrepreneurs look up to.
Edgar “Injap” Sia II’s name has become synonymous with success. The modern day tycoon became the country’s youngest billionaire in 2011 at only 34 years old. Nine years later at 43, it’s a title he still holds, ranking as the 21st richest Filipino ...
 
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He'll be paying from his own pocket..
Ports billionaire Enrique Razon will help the government buy COVID-19 vaccines, which could arrive as early as the second quarter of 2021, an executive of his company said Tuesday.Razon will shoulder the full cost of a portion of the country's vaccine requirement, half of which ...
 
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It’s the second REIT IPO this year.
DoubleDragon Properties Inc has finally filed its registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the initial public offering (IPO) of its real estate investment trust (REIT) DDMP REIT Inc. The REIT IPO consists of up to 5.94 billion common shares with ...
 
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Lessons learned by the country's top business leaders.
At Go Negosyo’s Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Conference, four of the country's biggest entrepreneurs and CEOs gathered to discuss the COVID-19 economy, with the topics ranging from macroeconomics, MSMEs, and government spending. The talk later pivoted to the integral role of leadership ...
 
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Razon, Ayala, Sy, and Fernandes all agreed that greater government stimulus is needed to save the economy.
“Whether it’s infrastructure, loans, or liquidity, we need a bazooka, not a pistol,” said Enrique “Ricky” Razon, chairman and president of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) and one of the leading businessmen in the country.Razon was referring to government stimuli needed to revive ...
 
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Don't miss out on the biggest startup event of the year.
The country’s second-ever Philippine Startup Week has arrived, gathering the brightest and most innovative minds for a one-week conference aimed at showcasing the best of Philippine ingenuity.Philippine Startup Week 2020 kicked off earlier today, November 23. With the theme “Filipino Startups Powering ...
 
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Now's the time.
With a recession upon us and many Filipinos still stuck at home, COL Financial experienced a record increase in new investor accounts in 2020.According to COL’s latest quarterly report, its client base grew by a record 80,032 by the end of the ...
 
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Here are the co-chair of SM Investments' best quotes of all time.
Read Sy-Coson's greatest quotes on growing up, lessons learned, and the importance of women in business here."I learned by example. As a kid, you think you are just the same as other adults.""I was always told I had to be an example ...
 
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He revealed his plans during a presscon with JAZA and Ernest Cu.
Senator Manny Pacquiao  extended help to residents of Marikina city who were ravaged by Typhoon Ulysses recently.The boxing great turned public official had to do his outreach service impromptu that there was little time to prepare and packed goods such as rice, ...
 
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From Tesla to SpaceX, he's slowly dominating the world.
Elon Musk’s pretty hit or miss when it comes to his conduct on Twitter. In 2018, for example, the Tesla boss caused quite a ruckus with one single tweet that led to millions of dollars in fines from the US Securities and Exchange Commission, a shakeup of ...
 
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We lost eight days worth of food.
The onslaught of three consecutive typhoons has taken a toll on the Philippine agriculture industry, its crops, and most important, its farmers. The agricultural damage has jumped to P12.3 billion, 20 percent higher than the initial estimate of P10 billion. Of these, rice ...
 
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'When the pandemic came in and the lockdowns came in it dropped significantly by more than 50 percent.'
We all know that the pandemic has changed everything—especially when it comes to employment. The question is: just by how much? A new study gives a better look at the rate of hiring drops, and it's probably much higher than you thought.According ...
 
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Clean energy is the way to go.
San Miguel Corporation, the company signed on to build the New Manila International Airport in Bulacan, will also be building a solar farm to power the mega airport.In an effort to go sustainable by adopting clean energy, SMC will construct a 200-milliwatt ...
 
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As the economy faces a pandemic and a recession, job hunters are facing a job shortage.
As businesses deal with an eight-month-long lockdown and a recession, job hunters are having an even harder time finding jobs. According to JobStreet, the country's leading job hunt platform, more Filipinos are looking for jobs during the pandemic, however, fewer companies are ...
 
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Converge Internet might be down, but memes are forever.
If you’re reading this using data, you’re probably one of the many customers affected—and annoyed—by Converge’s poor connection.It’s been almost three hours since Converge ICT went down at 1:10 p.m. today and still not everyone has been reconnected to the Internet. According ...
 
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Filipino farmers are struggling.
The Philippines has been hit with three typhoons within three weeks, costing the economy billions in damaged crops, destroyed homes, and flooded communities.There’s no number yet as to the total amount of damages and losses incurred by this typhoon season, but we ...
 
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But, that doesn't mean we're not smart shoppers.
Twitter is sharing some insights on its latest study on Filipino online buying behavior. Specifically, how it's changed during the pandemic period. And, it's found that our priorities have changed... for the better? Maybe.According to the study, 81 percent of users have ...
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