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The Department of Energy plans to build an 'energy city' in place of Chevron's facilities on government land in San Pascual, Batangas
Originally set for February 14 and 15, the yearly event has been pushed back to February 22, says the Philippine Military Academy Alumni Association
'Spreading fake news and racist, xenophobic messages can be more dangerous than the virus itself,' says the Federation of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry
John Gokongwei Jr was born wealthy, but he had to start from scratch after his family lost what they had. Here's a look back on his journey to becoming one of the most beloved tycoons in the Philippines.
(UPDATED) John Gokongwei Jr dies surrounded by loved ones at the Manila Doctors Hospital on November 9, 2019, according to his son, Lance Gokongwei
The Philippine Association of Meat Processors also urges authorities to randomly test pork for African swine fever in the Visayas and Mindanao
Subic Bay Marine Exploratorium Incorporated commits numerous violations and has arrears of about P25 million on its payment scheme and P7 million on its current billing
Crews of two major canned sardine companies have been armed and trained as 'special CAFGU' to guard the waters off the Zamboanga Peninsula, says the military
Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings Incorporated proposes to sell at a maximum of P182 per share
1-Pacman Representative Michael Romero says that while the party-list bloc recognizes Duterte Youth as a winning group in the 2019 polls, they have yet to recognize its nominee
PRESS RELEASE: All 181 members of the Philippine delegation win medals at the World Mathematics Invitational held in Fukuoka, Japan
Taking a cue from the classic bahay kubo, property developers say the green concept is just 'revisiting what we have back then and trying to fit it with the technologies and our way of life now'
The disclosure does not explain why LT Group president Michael Tan, one of the sons of Lucio Tan, disposed of majority of his shares
From exporting tuna in 1978 to also selling milk, coconut products, and canned meat, Century Pacific Food still wants to expand its portfolio
Amid its expected doubling of income for 2019, Global-Estate Resorts says it wants to contribute to the Philippines' tourism sector
One of the Philippines' top nickel producers is eyeing to take advantage of the steel demand, but it knows its limitations
Alliance Global Group says it wants to have all of its companies 'ready for the future of business in the next 10 years'
LT Group plans to bid for Central Azucarera Don Pedro Incorporated. A couple of energy projects are also in the pipeline for the conglomerate.
More units will be open for purchase in June
'Bakit naman iuugnay sa akin? Nakita ba akong nang-aabot ng pera? Wala eh,' says Palawan Governor Jose Alvarez, in response to vote-buying allegations
There 'is no falsity that can be attributed' to Tiger Resort official Dindo Espeleta, says Las Piñas City Senior Assistant Prosecutor Donald Macasaet
Under a P42.7-billion proposal, Aboitiz would build new passenger terminals, install equipment, and enhance airside facilities
The Miss Universe Organization also says it will be working with Chavit Singson's group
The fight's not over, as rice industry stakeholders still have a chance to secure more safeguards before the implementing rules and regulations is finalized
(UPDATED) RHI Group still believes that the consolidation of the sugar mills will improve the efficiency of operations in Batangas
Conversations about rice are a national conversation
'We're waiting for other bodies to do it,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr
But tycoon Kazuo Okada is still facing another $3.1-million estafa case
The tycoon says the allegation that he committed estafa is 'absolutely absurd'
'It's still with us,' BPCI chairperson Stella Araneta tells reporters
Ordinance No. SP-2109 regulates the construction, display, and maintenance of all commercial signs within the city
Dennis Uy's Phoenix Petroleum and China National Offshore Oil Corporation team up to build an LNG import terminal in Batangas. Their tandem is the lone applicant, so far.
The Bright Leaf Awards honors the most outstanding stories on agricultural issues and best farming practices
A hotel in Davao City provides an avenue for those with Down syndrome to showcase their abilities
The foundation is asking lawmakers to buy capiz angels for P2,000 each, which will be used to buy Christmas gift packs for the House employees
The Court of Appeals rules that arguments by the Office of the Solicitor General 'are a mere rehash of the arguments' already evaluated and resolved
(UPDATED) City Administrator Aldrin Cuña says the QC Fair Market Values Ordinance can be implemented 15 working days after the Supreme Court decision
Acting DICT Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr says Streamtech Systems Technologies has to look for a foreign partner with at least 10 years of experience in a nationwide telco business
The Congressional Spouses Foundation Incorporated will coordinate with Task Force Bangon Marawi for the utilization of the fund
Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo welcomes the foundation's members back to the Batasang Pambansa after her predecessor ordered the group to leave their office last year
(UPDATED) Netizens have been sharing photos of trashed condiments in response to the violent dispersal outside NutriAsia's plant in Marilao, Bulacan
(UPDATED) The dispersal occurs at the picket line of the group across from NutriAsia's Marilao plant in Bulacan
The complaint against Olongapo Mayor Rolen Paulino, Vice Mayor Aquilino Cortez Jr, and members of the city council stems from the city government's approval of the long-term lease of government land to SM Prime Holdings Incorporated
(UPDATED) Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales finds probable cause to charge former transportation chief Joseph Emilio Abaya with graft for awarding the contract to Busan Universal Rail Incorporated, 'an ineligible and unqualified entity'
The Solicitor General says the text of the actual law prevails over the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR)
Tiger Resort Leisure & Entertainment Incorporated files two motions before the Department of Justice, seeking a new probe and the junking of resolutions issued by the Parañaque City Prosecutor's Office
Calida as Solicitor General represents government agencies when complaints are filed against them, Ombudsman Morales points out
The Court of Appeals decision effectively lifts a TRO by the Supreme Court and paves the way for the implementation of the Reproductive Health Law
Anti-mining advocates and environmental groups join the Salakyag ng mga Sangnilikha, which aims to empower communities to talk about environmental issues
The Court of Appeals sides with Piatco this time and says it should not be obliged to pay the government and its lawyers $6 million in arbitration costs, $275,973 of which is for Sereno