Duterte warns telcos over slow, expensive internet

Bibilis na nga ba ang internet speed sa pagkakabuo ng bagong Department of Information and Communications Technology? Pero si incoming President Rodrigo Duterte, may babala na sa mga telcos. Bandila, May 24, 2016, Martes

Why Richard Branson supports small businesses

Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson is a well-known philanthropist. This report tells us what drove him to use his influence and resources to help the less fortunate.

PSEi boosted by property, holding firms

Philippine shares buck a regional downswing for a second day in a row, as investors continued to bet on industries expected to benefit from the upcoming change in government. 

Mga Pinoy, naging inspirasyon kay Richard Branson

Ikinwento ng bibisitang British billionaire na si Richard Branson na mahalaga ang naging papel ng mga Pinoy sa pagbabago ng kanyang buhay.

Duterte urged to raise VAT to 14 pct, include seniors

MANILA - The Department of Finance (DOF) has proposed to presumptive president Rodrigo Duterte a comprehensive tax reform package which includes increasing the value-added tax (VAT).

Bills eat up paychecks of most Filipinos: survey

MANILA -- Payday means paying the bills for more than seven in ten Filipinos, who don't bother to splurge on a nice meal when they get their paycheck, an informal survey by online retailer Lazada showed.

Globe hikes 1Q capex to P7.1B to boost data

MANILA - Globe Telecom Inc. said Tuesday it increased its capital expenditures in the first quarter by 45 percent to P7.1 billion to expand its data capacity.

Philrem's Bautista posts bail for graft case

MANILA - Philrem president Salud Bautista surrendered and posted bail for graft charges at the anti-graft court on Tuesday.

8990 Holdings nets P1.03-B in first quarter

MANILA - Mass housing developer 8990 Holdings on Tuesday said net income in the first quarter of the year breached the P1-billion mark on the back of strong performance from its housing operations.

SWIFT to unveil new security plan after hackers' heists

LONDON - The SWIFT secure messaging service that underpins international banking said it plans to launch a new security program as it fights to rebuild its reputation in the wake of the Bangladesh Bank heist.