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Europe turns on Facebook, Google for digital tax revamp

They have revolutionized the way we live, but are US tech giants the new robber barons of the 21st century, banking billions in profit while short-changing the public by paying only a pittance in tax?

UK to have driverless cars by 2021: govt

British finance minister Philip Hammond is to announce £75 million ($99 million, 84 million euros) funding for Artificial Intelligence and plans to put driverless cars on UK roads by 2021, in his budget speech on Wednesday.

Agri department, Ayala launch direct sales project in Davao City

The Department of Agriculture and the Ayala Malls on Saturday launched TienDa Farmers and Fisherfolks Outlets in Davao City.

Presyo ng ham, queso de bola at fruit cocktail, tumaas

Sinabi ni DTI assistant director Lilian Salonga na naglalaro sa P5 hanggang P11 ang itinaas sa presyo ng ilang brand ng ham. 

Nissan CEO pledges to tighten compliance, takes pay cut over scandal

YOKOHAMA - The top executive of Nissan Motor Co. pledged Friday to tighten the company's compliance policy to prevent a recurrence of improper vehicle inspections, as he will take pay cuts over the scandal that led to a recall of more than 1 million vehicles in Japan and tarnished its brand image.

Business Mentor: How an OFW couple ventured into Entrepreneurship

Everybody wants a brighter future for their families. This is the reason why some of our kababayans choose to work abroad. However, there is another option. 

'Suspending MRT bad for economy, traffic'

While officials maintain shutting down the MRT is out of the question, some say it is still the best way to rehabilitate the aging train system. 

MRT private partner seeks to reclaim maintenance role

After a series of mishaps in the MRT-3, the private sector partner of the government seeks to reclaim its role in maintaining the train system.

PH shares down 1.5% for the week

Philippine shares popped in Friday trade, boosted by better than forecast third quarter gross domestic product growth.

Diokno confident Philippines will hit full-year GDP target

Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno is optimistic in achieving growth goals after the third quarter GDP exceeded expectations at 6.9 percent.