National Telecommunications Commission Deputy Commissioner Edgardo Cabarios says the affected areas are the Batasan Complex and Barangay Culiat
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III forms a high-level task force to recover the P11 billion worth of undue tax credits
Moody's Investors Service says the country's 'relatively weak rule of law' and the possible shift to federalism could drag down the economy
Selecting the country's third telco player will be based on the quality of coverage, internet speed and investment, otherwise known as the highest committed level of service (HCLoS) model
The Philippine Competition Commission will work with the Public-Private Partnership Center to flag anti-competitive schemes at the early stages of a bidding process
Philippine Competition Commission Chairman Arsenio Balisacan says the Consultative Committee's proposed constitution creates a Federal Competition Commission, a constitutional body that has 'more teeth' than the PCC
The Commission on Audit (COA) recommends that the Department of Finance come up with a 'more realistic budget proposal'
'Transport infrastructure should be delivered as soon as possible especially now with the Build, Build, Build. But is the government ready and equipped to deliver all these plans?' asks UP Professor Dayo Montalbo as the Duterte administration marks its third year in office
President Rodrigo Duterte spits curses and blasphemes, yet the economy remains rosy. The question is, how much noise can businesses take?
'Our early investments in the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge are paying off,' says CEO Satya Nadella
Foreign tourist arrivals increase by 10.4%, compared to the 3.3 million recorded for the January-June period last year
The National Economic and Development Authority has identified 75 flagship projects under the government’s Build, Build Build program. Only 7 have started construction in 2018.
PAGCOR’s tolerance of offshore gaming operators who do not pay on time contrasts with how strict it is in limiting the amount it remits for the country’s sports programs and other national projects
'Our second quarter sales were above expectations including higher than forecasted EUV sales,' says chief executive Peter Wennink, referring to the company's cutting-edge extreme ultraviolet light lithography machines
The pizza chain seeks to expand in the Middle East, 'where it is leveraging on the large population of Filipinos' for future growth
'[The] momentum of infrastructure improvement in the regions is going to be disrupted,' Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia says
Musk's Tesla has never earned an annual profit. His tweets, the latest of which involves pedophile accusations against a key figure in the rescue of the Thai boys trapped in a cave, are proving to be a big distraction
Membership in the quarter grows 5.2 million to a total of 130 million, matching the same period last year but a million shy of what Netflix forecast, according to a letter that came with the earnings figures
First Metro Investment Corporation president Rabboni Francis Arjonillo says the country's gross domestic product may meet or even surpass the government's target of 7% in 2018
While the Financial Stability Board believes crypto-assets do not yet pose a material risk to global financial stability, it urges major economies to scrutinize cryptocurrencies due to a lack of solid data on their use
Overseas Filipino workers have sent $13.2 billion year-to-date, according to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
A 20-page decision from Associate Justice Jhosep Lopez reverses the decision of the Makati regional trial court that says that an earlier retirement age for the female flight attendants is discriminatory
(UPDATED) Economists from the University of Asia and the Pacific warn that sky-high inflation may happen to the Philippines should it shift to federalism
President Trump rails against Chinese imports, pushes for 'buy American', and launches the trade confrontation to punish China for what he considers predatory trade policies. But his anger does not appear to extend to flags.
The Taipei route from Clark is scheduled Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas reminds the public that they have the authority to run after individuals spreading manipulated images of Philippine banknotes
The on-demand food delivery app says it has introduced over 100 bike riders to its fleet, which also currently employs about 1,000 motorcycle riders
China's Lenovo and US-based HP are in the top spot, each with a 21.9% share, followed by Dell with 16.8% and Apple with 7.1%
Forbes says Kylie Cosmetics has already sold more than $630 million worth of makeup
They say they don’t have enough money for that, according to a Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas survey
The Philippines remains in the 73rd spot in the 2018 Global Innovation Index, but several indicators reveal problems in business, education, and political climate
The Commission on Audit demands the documents from the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA), which passes the buck to the Department of Transportation (DOTr)
The P397-million housing project for informal settlers who will be affected by the LRT-1 Cavite Extension project was awarded without first conducting a feasibility study, says the Commission on Audit
(UPDATED) Reacting to the 'totally unacceptable' Washington list, the commerce ministry in Beijing says it will be forced to take 'countermeasures'
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the grounds for suspension and closure of businesses due to non-compliance with tax regulations
Despite the year-on-year dip, the central bank is optimistic due to 'favorable investor sentiment'
The Philippines, currently the world's 2nd top exporter of nickel, sees the shift toward electronic vehicles as an opportunity to grow
The Philippine Statistics Authority says the country's imports further increased by 11.4%, while exports slumped by 3.8%
The BSP expects inflation to settle in at 4.6% this year, above its 4% upper target. This means we can expect inflation to further increase till the third quarter of 2018 before it subsides.
France Nature Environment, a federation of some 3,500 environmental associations, says the Mourenx site has been emitting 'dangerous material at astronomical levels'
The plastic straws will be replaced by recyclable lids that have a small raised opening allowing consumers to sip their drink
(UPDATED) The company did not say how many cars are affected by the falsifications, which were uncovered during voluntary tests of all parts of Nissan's operations conducted in the wake of last year's scandal
Known for their budget phones, the Chinese tech giant stumbles as it debuts in Hong Kong's stock market
The dip in Philippine competitiveness ranking, missing the 2017 labor target, and slow implementation of infrastructure projects are left out during the 'Tatak ng Pagbabago: Tatak ng Pag-unlad' forum
(UPDATED) Economists have warned that the tit-for-tat measures could throttle global growth and strike at the heart of the world trade system, causing shockwaves across the planet
UP professor Emmanuel de Dios likens the Philippines' economic managers to the suspects in Agatha Christie's 'Murder on the Orient Express' – they're all 'guilty'
The P2-per-minute travel charge suspension cause the 5% to 10% driver income drop, says Grab Philippines head Brian Cu
The property developer is expanding Estancia mall and constructing condominiums at Capitol Commons in Pasig City
(UPDATED) Beijing has vowed to retaliate dollar-for-dollar, 'immediately' imposing counter-tariffs on American exports