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(3rd UPDATE) 'What can we do?' says Inquirer.net editor-in-chief Abel Ulanday. 'If that’s his decision then we will probably just have to wait for his next move and we’ll just refer it to our lawyers,' he adds.
''Balat-sibuyas' is what we Filipinos call officials who are incapable of thinking beyond their imagined hurt and fail to see that the reports are not all about them'
(UPDATED) Rappler slams the presidential spokesman's threat as a 'pure diversionary tactic'
'I think they are inspiring so many people to also have courage, and to stand out and speak out against corruption, against all the injustices that we are experiencing in our times,' says Sister Mary John Mananzan
(UPDATED) Filipino filmmakers and others in the entertainment industry mourn the death of San Diego, who championed Philippine independent films
After deleting articles about her rape, the Inquirer should investigate the tragic story of Pepsi Paloma
(5th UPDATE) 'The rape of Pepsi Paloma' and 'Was Pepsi Paloma murdered?' written by United States-based columnist Rodel Rodis are no longer available on Inquirer.net
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(UPDATED) 'They will [take it down]... because it's fake news. It's [the] original fake news,' says Senate President Vicente Sotto III
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(UPDATED) The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines denounces Sotto's request, saying it is a 'brazen attempt to suppress freedom of the press and of expression'
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(UPDATED) Ramon Tulfo, Jose Ma. Nolasco, Rosario Garcellano, and Pergentino Bandayrel Jr pay their bail bonds and have their mug shots taken at the Makati Police station
The Tulfo brothers are engaged in word wars with other media practitioners and organizations over backlash following a Commission on Audit report
(UPDATED) The Prieto-owned Golden Donuts, the exclusive Philippine franchisee of Dunkin' Donuts, denies it evaded tax payment and says it had settled the matter with the Bureau of Internal Revenue in 2012
This is part of 'a creeping dictatorship,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
(UPDATED) 'Para na rin kayong nakapatay ng tao. Makonsensya naman kayo,' President Rodrigo Duterte's aide tells the media
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'If the law can be loosely interpreted, at some point it will be loosely interpreted,' says former Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste
The case against Rappler is just part of President Duterte's war against the critical press
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The President resurrects his old accusations against the former owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer
The Philippine Daily Inquirer has reported that suspected drug pusher Michael Siaron was killed by 'motorcycle-riding gunmen'
Unfair para kaming aso tinapon ka tinadyakan ka palabas na alis kayo dito says a tenant for 33 years
The decision of Sunvar Realty Development Corporation to vacate Mile Long property in Makati City ends a legal battle that has spanned two decades
Sunvar understands that the government has taken an opposite view Sunvar continues to have faith in the law and legal process the company says
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Duterte started with subtle hits but has since ramped up tirades against the Philippine Daily Inquirer before the Prieto family sold its majority stake to businessman Ramon Ang, close friend of the President
The intention is to give 100 [ownership in Inquirer] to [Ramon Ang] says Manuel Pangilinan who holds a minority stake in Inquirer
If he pushes through with the case the President says he won t allow the families to post bail to give them a taste of prison life
UPDATED The Solicitor General says his office will go after the properties of the Rufino and Prieto families if their Sunvar Realty doesn t leave the prime property in Makati
The question is Has Ramon Ang come to rescue the Inquirer and its tradition of independence or its bullied owners or has he done so to further curry favor with the president?
UPDATED Why is it that media during our watch complained about the flimsiest and tiniest things and it seems to be a little quiet these days? former president Benigno Aquino III says
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This comes after the Prieto family announced it is divesting from the Philippine Daily Inquirer
In an interview with Rappler ex president Benigno Aquino III says it doesn t make sense for the businessman he once called idol to destroy the Inquirer s image
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This comes amid talks between Ramon Ang and the Rufino Prieto family for a majority stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
The employees were informed of the plans to sell the Prieto family s shares in a general assembly on Monday July 17
In 1999, Joseph Estrada sues the Manila Times over a corruption story. Months later, the Gokongwei family sells the newspaper to the President's crony.
Get to know the Rufino Prieto family owners of the Inquirer which may soon belong to businessman Ramon Ang