Company Overview and News
The stock price of PLDT (NYSE:PHI) was hit somewhat in 2017 by the issue of the Government looking for a third telecoms provider in the Philippines. This likelihood should be already taken into account in the stock price. A third provider may not have the full spectrum to challenge PLDT's strong position. The company remains a consistent dividend payer. The Philippines economy continues to do well. (109-1)
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines has slipped one notch in a United Nation agency’s ICT Development Index (IDI). (14-0)
MANILA, Philippines — The Villar Group has moved a step closer to entering the country’s telecommunications industry, which at present is dominated by the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. and its subsidiary Smart Communications and Ayala’s Globe Telecom. (13-0)
The Court of Appeals (CA) has affirmed the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) and Globe Telecommunications’ P70-billion buyout deal of the telco assets of San Miguel Corporation (SMC). (32-1)
The victorious Philippine sepak takraw team at the recent welcome lunch in Makati tendered by local sponsors La Filipina Canned Meats and PLDT with their hosts (second row, starting 7th from left) La Filipina executives Danika Co and Nicasio Limjap; and Juan Alonzo IV, PLDT Senior Relationship Manager – Public Sector (10th from left).
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Thursday ordered Philippine Long Distance Telephone Inc. (PLDT) to immediately regularize its nearly 9,000 contractual employees.
San Miguel (OTCPK:OTCPK:SMGBY) has moved to strengthen its ties with the Philippines Government. In a country where political connections can be crucial for all sorts of reasons, this should be seen as a bullish sign for the stock price.
Just last month, the PCC, chaired by Arsenio Balisacan, through the Office of the Solicitor General filed before the Supreme Court a petition seeking to lift the temporary restraining order issued by the Court of Appeals that has prevented the PCC from reviewing the P70-billion acquisition by the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) and Globe Telecom of San Miguel Corp.’s telecom assets.
MANILA, Philippines (First published May 3 at 10:16 p.m.) — Unless the government steps in and establishes a state-owned telecommunications firm, the prospect of a third player in the industry is low, a study finds.
MANILA, Philippines — Unless the government steps in and establishes a state-owned telecommunications firm, the prospect of a third player in the industry is low, a study finds.
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BAGUIO CITY , Philippines – The Supreme Court (SC) yesterday junked with finality the second petition questioning the foreign ownership in telecommunications giant Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT).
As you all know, the Philippines is the host of this year’s ASEAN and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate ASEAN’s 50th Anniversary.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) said on Wednesday that it had not received any order from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) regarding what the department said were its violations of labor standards. But it promised to “fully cooperate” with the DOLE in the department’s ongoing audit.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. PLDT) and Philippine Airlines (PAL) have been violating various labor standards, particularly in relation to the contractualization of its employees, according to Labor Secretary Bello III
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