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DOE turns up heat on methanol-tainted fuel sellers

Days after it said it had found methanol-tainted fuel in several gasoline stations, the energy department said that it "sees the need" to intensify inspections, despite recent initial fuel inspections turning up negative for contamination.

How to boost your business during Christmas

Instead of just waiting for the Christmas season to end, here are tips to help entrepreneurs boost their business.

Mas maraming Pinoy ang nakaluluwag ngayon, ayon sa BSP survey

Pumalo sa pinakamataas na antas ang consumer confidence ng mga Pinoy sa loob ng halos 10 taon, ayon sa Bangko Sentral.

Tieng-Sy group shows glimpse of new Manila international airport

The Tieng-Sy consortium that submitted a P1.3 trillion proposal to build Metro Manila's next international airport offered a glimpse of its project Friday.

SWS: Bilang ng Pinoy na walang trabaho, bumaba

Bumaba ang bilang ng mga Pilipinong walang trabaho sa bansa. Ito ang lumabas sa latest survey ng Social Weather Stations.

World stocks hold near 16-month highs after strong week

LONDON - World stocks were set for a weekly gain and held near 16-month highs on Friday, while the euro steadied after swings following the European Central Bank’s decision to extend its stimulus program.

Bloomberry sale of South Korea casino falls through

MANILA - The sale of Bloomberry Resorts Corp.'s Jeju casino property in South Korea will no longer push through after talks with a Macau junket operator fell through, company chairman Enrique Razon said.

Japan ratifies TPP despite Trump's opposition

TOKYO - Japan's parliament ratified the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free-trade deal on Friday, but it was largely viewed as an empty gesture owing to opposition by US President-elect Donald Trump.

Consumer confidence soars to record high: central bank

Consumer confidence in the fourth quarter rose to a new all-time high, sustaining a turnaround, as Filipinos looked to improved peace and order and more jobs under President Rodrigo Duterte, the central bank said Friday.

Export growth slows, imports rise in October

MANILA - Exports rose for a second consecutive month in October, although at a slower pace, government said Friday.