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After refusing to shake hands with Norman Black, Tim Cone sends apology

2017-10-19 bworldonline
AFTER his shocking move of refusing to shake the hand of long-time rival Norman Black at the end of Game 3 of their best-of-seven championship series, Barangay Ginebra coach Tim Cone issued an apology to the veteran bench tactician whom he had admired long before he became the winningest coach in PBA history. (19-0)

Kings, Bolts play in pivotal Game 4 today

2017-10-19 bworldonline
THE ONGOING best-of-seven Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Governors’ Cup finals affair hits the pivotal Game Four today where both the protagonists — Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings and Meralco Bolts — are looking to get the win that could well change the complexion of the series moving forward in their respective favor. (19-0)

PCCI pushes revival of pure PPP scheme

2017-10-18 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) wants the government to revive the push for a pure public-private partnership (PPP) scheme to accelerate the implementation of infrastructure projects. (19-0)

Meralco eyes additional solar power supply

2017-10-18 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — After closing three solar power supply deals, Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) is looking to add 50 to 100 megawatts (MW) of solar capacity to meet the renewable energy requirements of its franchise area. (22-0)

Foreign telcos mull entry into Philippines

2017-10-16 philstar
Foreign telco players are interested in penetrating the Philippine market, which at present remains dominated by only two – Manuel V. Pangilinan’s PLDT Inc. and Ayala-led Globe Telecom. Stock Photo, File (31-1)

Foreign telcos mull entry into Phl

2017-10-15 philstar
Foreign telco players are interested in penetrating the Philippine market, which at present remains dominated by only two – Manuel V. Pangilinan’s PLDT Inc. and Ayala-led Globe Telecom. Stock Photo, File (31-0)

Duterte plan to purge Lanao execs seen to hamper Marawi rehab

2017-10-14 newsinfo.inquirer.net
MARAWI CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan “to purge” Lanao del Sur of officials who allegedly failed to help the government stop Islamic State-inspired terrorists here would make things more difficult for the besieged city and its displaced residents, an official said. (19-0)

Duterte’s plan to ‘purge’ officials in Lanao del Sur upsets crisis team

2017-10-14 newsinfo.inquirer.net
MARAWI CITY—President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan “to purge” Lanao del Sur of officials because they allegedly failed to help government fight and stop Islamic State-inspired terrorists here would make things more difficult for the besieged city and its displaced residents, an official said Saturday. (19-0)

They turned modeling into a profession

2017-10-12 lifestyle.inquirer.net
Thirty years ago, a group of top fashion models in Manila decided it was time that modeling be regarded as a profession. After all, they saw it not as pastime but as livelihood. (30-0)

Duterte fulfills promise of new houses for troops

2017-10-12 newsinfo.inquirer.net
I asked you to give up the houses for Kadamay families because they are also Filipinos. This is what you get in return—Rodrigo Duterte President (19-0)

SMC Global starts P20-B bond offer

2017-10-12 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — SMC Global Power Corp., the power generation arm of San Miguel Corp., will start offering P20 billion worth of fixed-rate bonds next month. (19-0)

Duterte bares new terror plot to attack other Mindanao cities

2017-10-12 newsinfo.inquirer.net
DUTERTE SALUTE President Duterte, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and Armed Forces chief of staff Gen. Eduardo Año clench their fists in a familiar salute during yesterday’s groundbreaking ceremony for the Army Scout Rangers’ housing project in San Miguel, Bulacan. —JOAN BONDOC (19-0)

PT&T eyes comeback, seeks foreign partner

2017-10-11 business.inquirer.net
Philippine Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (PT&T) wants to regain its status as a major telecommunications force in the Philippines—revealing plans to provide high-speed internet across the country in three years and possibly tap a foreign telco partner as President Duterte calls for more competition in this sector. (37-0)

Earthquake in Tenerife

2017-10-10 thinkspain
AN EARTHQUAKE reaching 4 on the Richter scale shook the south-west of Tenerife in the early hours of this morning (Tuesday), but no damage was caused as it was located a very long way beneath the surface. (19-0)

Catalunya corporate exodus continues: MRW, Mahou, Colonial and Abertis among major 'leavers'

2017-10-10 thinkspain
COURIER firm MRW and insurance company Catalana Occidente have decided to move their head offices out of Catalunya, fearing its regional government will make a unilateral declaration of independence. (19-0)

PNOC violated lease deals, says Petron

2017-10-10 business.inquirer.net
The Philippine National Oil Co. (PNOC) breached three lease contracts with Petron Corp. when the former moved to nullify binding property lease renewal clauses ahead of their expiration, the country’s largest petroleum firm said on Tuesday. (19-1)

Globe Telecom’s Ernest Cu among most powerful telecom execs worldwide

2017-10-09 business.inquirer.net
Globe Telecom President & CEO Ernest Cu kept his position as one of the most powerful telecommunication executives in the world with his inclusion in the elite list of Global Telecoms Business Power 100 for 2017.  Getting this recognition for the fifth straight year, Cu is the only Filipino executive to make it to the Power 100 and among the top 12 in Asia. (46-0)

SMC Global Power plans P20B bond offer

2017-10-09 business.inquirer.net
SMC Global Power, one of the country’s largest power companies, plans to raise as much as P20 billion from an offering of retail bonds. (23-0)

Competitiveness

2017-10-08 philstar
HANOI – I arrived in this city past midnight last Thursday curious to see what makes this once war-torn country so attractive to foreign investors. I am here more as a tourist out to enjoy the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam which is actually over 1000 years old. (21-0)

PH business icon Washington SyCip, 96

2017-10-08 business.inquirer.net
Wash Sycip, the grand old man of Philippine business, at the Inquirer office with fellow business leaders (March 2016) (24-0)

Changing landscape

2017-10-07 philstar
With President Duterte’s flagship Build Build Build program, we should see the metropolitan landscape changing as more roads and highways are built, and additional rail transit facilities are installed, to name a few. (19-0)

Gallery in Mexico is home to late Filipino artist Tabuena’s works

2017-10-06 usa.inquirer.net
SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, Mexico — An art gallery here, Galeria Nudo, is the legatee for all of the work of Filipino artist Romeo Villalva Tabuena, including his fine art and documents, and is responsible for showing Tabuena’s Private Collection worldwide. (19-1)

Gov’t, PAL resolves row on unpaid fees

2017-10-06 business.inquirer.net
A dispute between the Duterte administration and flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) over long-running unpaid fees was resolved on Friday, within the 10-day deadline set by President Rodrigo Duterte. (19-0)

NGCP expects to complete Mindanao backbone early

2017-10-03 philstar
MANILA, Philippines — The National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) expects to complete the reinforcement of the Mindanao transmission backbone in the first quarter of 2019, a full quarter ahead of its original schedule. (23-1)

‘The Sound of Music’ at Solaire boasts int’l, local cast

2017-09-30 lifestyle.inquirer.net
Currently showing at The Theatre at Solaire is the London production of the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, “The Sound of Music.” (19-1)

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