Rappler's latest stories on industry
Former employees of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China are fined 22.7 million euros ($25.5 million) in Spain
Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque himself points out that the FDCP has no regulatory powers
Migrating from Silicon Valley to "social media capital of the world," Kumu CEO Roland Ros champions Philippine tech as the next big thing
Oklahoma-based Chesapeake Energy files for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 proceedings, which allow a company that is no longer able to repay its debt to restructure without pressure from creditors
Some Bangladeshi garment factories switch from making clothing to personal protective equipment, reviving jobs and filling demand
From live shows to no shows, comedians Red Ollero and Mikey Andres now perform stand-up from their desktops
Chinese industrial production expands 4.4% in May 2020, but there are still 'many difficulties and uncertainties'
Photographer Sonny Thakur shows us how a travel publication like Grid Magazine works from home
'Ownership and control of EEZs must be put back in the hands of domestic fishers, especially small-scale fishers'
Key thought leaders in the retail industry anticipate even more changes in the months following the pandemic
(UPDATED) The French government says it is taking action to save around 100,000 jobs in the country's aviation industry
Court says there is not sufficient probable cause in case involving price manipulation and illegal trading during 2015 merger of Cheil Industries and Samsung C&T
Germany posts its biggest drop in industrial output since the data was first recorded in January 1991
Inside the Industry: The future of film production with Inter-Guild Alliance's Patti Lapus and Mara Marasigan
Filmmakers Patti Lapus and Mara Marasigan elaborate on the new Inter-Guild Alliance protocols for film production
Online vendors must display prices instead of telling their customers to send private messages first, says the Department of Trade and Industry
Founder and CEO Henry Motte-Muñoz makes the present less scary for educators
'Can we find tourism with eased social distancing? The brief answer is ‘yes’ but it’s going to be in domestic tourism and in a very limited way, very careful way,' says Korean tourism expert Wangoo Lee
French President Emmanuel Macron details a plan to boost the coronavirus-hit auto industry in France, the home of Renault, Citroen, and Peugeot
Tests by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Region 10 show that the abaca fiber mask has a filtration rate 7 times better than cloth masks and has lower water absorption than N95 masks
In this episode, we explore another public space that will be fundamentally altered by the COVID-19 pandemic – the gym
Barbershop and salon employees show that they can safely cut hair by wearing protective wear. The government, however, is still assessing the risks.
Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says they will first check if restaurants can apply health protocols to ensure the safety of diners
Concern mounts after several German slaughterhouses were hit with coronavirus outbreaks, prompting fresh scrutiny over hygiene and working conditions
We ask fashion expert Amina Aranaz for her advice to fellow designers dealing with the pandemic
United States retail sales sink by 16.4% in April 2020, the largest one-month fall on record. Industrial production also drops a record 11.2%.
The 3.9% rise in industrial production in April 2020 is taken as a sign that China is bouncing back. Retail sales, however, drop 7.5%.
'When the dust settles, whether by reason of conscience, aversion to novel pathogens, or dislike of higher prices, many will put off from taking to the sky'
Italy's national consumers association says industrial production had been brought down by 'an earthquake' bigger than anything seen since 2009, the height of the global financial crisis
In terms of industrial output, construction activity is hit the hardest in France in March 2020 as it contracts by 40.1%
Germany's vital car industry is among the most heavily impacted, suffering a 31.1% drop in production
We talk to owners Kiddo and Amy Cosio on how they are pivoting their beachfront business
'Sa panahong gaya ng nararanasan nating lahat sa ngayon, tila walang kadamay ang ating mga musikero. Sa wari ko’y wala man lang naka-aalala sa kalagayan ng mga ito sa ngayon!'
There is rising demand for meat in the United States during the coronavirus lockdown, but the industry faces challenges on the supply side
Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says almost 53% or about 525,000 out of the total 998,342 MSMEs in the country bear the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic
Garment factories in Bangladesh are reportedly 'under pressure' from brands to meet export deadlines
In this episode, we continue our exploration into how different industries are adapting to the current pandemic and evolving for the future
The United States Department of Agriculture says it is 'closely monitoring' for meat shortages and there are not yet any widespread disruptions
Lessors found guilty of refusing to provide the 30-day grace period face imprisonment of not less than two months or a fine of not less than P10,000, or both
For this episode of Hustle's Inside the Industry, we talk videogames with Vince Cabrera aka Ramenstyle
Talks of extended, localized lockdowns surface, but PCCI president George Barcelon says the government must have the numbers to assure Filipinos of a proper approach to the outbreak
Billionaires and government officials discuss the impact of an extended coronavirus lockdown and where to source funding. A businessman tells Rappler they were simply 'brainstorming.'
Entrepreneur and chocolate maker Kelly Go tells us what it takes to elevate the Filipino cacao industry
As the Luzon lockdown continues, many workers in BPO companies are forced to head to their offices due to a lack of flexible work arrangements and to maintain job security during the coronavirus outbreak
The Philippine Association of Meat Processors says checkpoints should allow vehicles transporting raw materials to pass through
The Department of Trade and Industry says there should only be one person for every square meter of free space in a store to reduce the risk of getting the novel coronavirus
Industrial production in China shrinks 13.5% in January-February 2020, the first contraction since January 1990
‘What is one month’s postponement for love?’ asks Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles
'I-encourage na lang natin sila na either magregister sila or 'do'n na lang sila sa lugar nanggagaling, 'wag na pumasok sa Metro Manila,' says Trade Secretary Mon Lopez
Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez reminds supermarkets and store owners to strictly implement the limit of 2 bottles of rubbing alcohol per customer
Some individuals are buying medical supplies in bulk and selling them online at ridiculously high prices