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Insurers post 22% income gain in Q3


MANILA, Philippines — The local insurance industry continued to expand as players recorded a total net income of P27.86 billion in the third quarter, 21.88 p

Vitarich slashes 2017 income target


MANILA, Philippines — Listed Vitarich Corp., one of the country’s pioneers in poultry and feeds manufacturing, has slashed its expected income for the year ...

The communist rebellion and our Republic


I have commented on the efforts of President Duterte to reach out to the NPA communist rebellion in this column.

Chelsea Logistics buys more vessels


MANILA, Philippines — Chelsea Logistics Holdings Corp.

AC Energy increases capacity to 1,600 MW after Dinginin deal


MANILA, Philippines — Ayala-owned AC Energy Holdings Inc.

BSP: US Fed rate hike already factored in


MANILA, Philippines — The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said the possible interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve this week would have muted impact

Death and taxes


As they say, the only thing certain in this world is death and taxes.

Dead in 25 years?


President Duterte was being melodramatic as usual when he declared Metro Manila will be dead in 25 years. He just wanted to highlight Clark.

EMotors partners with Globe, W Group for e-vehicle shuttle


MANILA, Philippines — Electric vehicle maker EMotors Inc.

Manufacturing growth slows to 6% in October


MANILA, Philippines — The country’s manufacturing output declined in October, driven by a slowdown in chemical production, the Philippine Statistics Authori ...

Cebu aims to return to Tholons’ top 10 list


AFTER being displaced from Tholons’ top 10 sites for outsourcing this year, Cebu will be lobbying for a better ranking in 2018. Cebu IT/BPM Organization (CIB. ...

Central Visayas unemployment rate drops to 4.1%


WHILE unemployment in the country inched up in the latest Labor Force Survey (LFS), Central Visayas managed to keep its unemployment figures relatively low. In ...

Anita’s Bakeshop opens premium line


FOR a bakery business to remain profitable, it has to ride with the changing times. This is what Anita’s Home Bakeshop Inc. did. Yesterday, it opened its upsc ...

CLI begins development of Davao business park


CEBU Landmasters Inc. (CLI) will expand its footprint in Mindanao by signing a joint venture agreement with four Davao-based companies to develop Davao Matina B ...

Filipinos encouraged to ‘bring home a friend’


THE Department of Tourism (DOT) 7 is expecting more Cebuanos who are living and working abroad to join the agency’s Bring Home A Friend (BHAF) campaign to boo ...

Only 18 tech skills available in Davao Region


OUT of the 59 world standard technical skills other countries are currently developing and competing for, only 18 technical skills are available for training in ...

Ratings upgrade excites biz leaders


THE upgraded standing of the Philippines from credit watcher Fitch Ratings sparked excitement in the business community. From the previous BBB- rating, Fitch up ...

DOF: TRAIN could sprint forward by Jan. 1


AT the start of 2018, the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (TRAIN) is expected to take affect if Congress submits its final reconciled version of t ...

Japanese language to be taught in Divine Life Institute of Cebu


HOMEGROWN developer Duros Land Properties Inc., (DLPI) has signed a joint venture agreement with a Japanese firm to provide a Japanese language class in the Div ...

Soriano: Fredos are certified trouble-makers (Part 2)


THERE are real-life “Fredos” working in family businesses out there. While the Corleones of the Godfather movies are fictitious, I have seen many examples o ...

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