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Berna Romulo Puyat on #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines

“The Romulos are kuripot, this is one reason why I’m matipid. In our new tourism promotions campaign at the DOT, we focus on social media because it’s free.’” After the Philippines achieved an all-time record...

Why Tikoy, Chinese New Year date changes annually — and are you Filipino or...

Since we, the ethnic Chinese, comprise a small minority of about two percent of the whole Filipino national population and mostly in business as SMEs — numerically less than even Moros or Filipino Muslims...

Conversations with the late Henry Sy Sr.: The Shoe Expert, The Dreamer, The Foodie

‘Outwardly I may look quiet, but deep inside I’m full of this sense of challenge. I’m always striving to work harder, to improve by learning, to do better and keep dreaming.’ Two remarkable business leaders...

Filipino-Chinese community to build ‘Friendship Dome’ in Marawi

One of the challenges in business worldwide is not just how to ensure smooth transition of business authority and how to continue entrepreneurial vigor in a family and business enterprise from one generation (usually...

New Year’s resolutions for entrepreneurs and professionals

‘Modern social arrangements sap religious vitality,’ says Rabbi David Wolpe. ‘It is not good for a person to be alone. What are positive, important and achievable New Year’s resolutions we can list down and endeavor...

Living on Borrowed Time

The exciting new year again beckons as a time for our continuous, never-ending renewal and for reaffirming our commitment to our fondest dreams in life. Let us continue to dream. I view the new year...

What Century Properties’ Joey Antonio learned from his late dad

A low-profile but important inspiration and wise mentor of 72-year-old billionaire Ambassador Jose “Joey” EB Antonio of Century Properties Group is his late father, former banker Ramon “Ramy” Antonio Jr., who passed away at...

Congrats to Fernando Zobel de Ayala, John Gokongwei Jr. & Dennis Uy

The year 2018 has been good yet turbulent for our fast-growing but resilient Philippine economy, with challenges like oil price-induced inflation (now stabilizing) and global uncertainties from the unresolved US trade war vs. China....

Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, a farmer’s son who became general

The country is like an airplane, we cannot really take off because of too much baggage.

George Ty: Business leader with a heart

Ty imposed discipline and love on his children and achieved a feat that most parents can only dream of — that of children surpassing the accomplishments of their successful parents.

The story behind Jose Mari Chan’s inspiring ‘Christmas in Our Hearts’

Life can sometimes be a series of unexpected and unexplainable events, which come together to fulfill things beyond even our wildest dreams.

Andrew Tan, successful immigrant entrepreneur gives back to his birthplace

Not a few of the world’s inspiring rags-to-riches success stories through the ages are talented immigrants who traversed geographic distances, overcame poverty and socio-cultural challenges, then excelled as outstanding nation-builders and trailblazers.

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Pasig River hailed 1st Asia Riverprize champion for reviving waterway

The Pasig River rehabilitation project has been adjudged as the most noteworthy endeavor in Asia, earning the 1st Asia Riverprize, the world’s foremost award in river basin management.