GMA News big boss Marissa Flores retires after 35 years

GMA Network news and public affairs chief Marissa L. Flores has stepped down from the country’s leading media company.

The 58-year old Flores’ retirement took effect on July 1.

Flores joined GMA in 1987 as a a researcher for public affairs documentaries and investigative reports. She rose to news chief in 2004.

The University of the Philippines Journalism graduate pushed GMA News team to international glory during her watch.

GMA News is the only Philippine broadcast network which has won the highly-coveted Peabody Award (four Peabody awards as of 2014) which is widely considered as broadcasting and cable’s equivalent
of the Pulitzer Prize.

Flores led GMA’s digital shift with the establishment of GMA News Online in 2007 and she created GMA News TV in 2011.

Bringing ‘hilot’ to the world

Going on a wellness retreat has been a yearly tradition for Nepal’s lone billionaire, Binod Chaudhary. Fifteen years ago, the pursuit for health brought the adventure-seeking Binod to the Philippines. He booked a detox program at The Farm at San Benito, a world-class wellness resort in Lipa, Batangas.

MPIC CFO Joins WBA Allies’ Assembly 2022

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MPIC CFO Joins WBA Allies’ Assembly 2022

Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC), the country’s leading infrastructure investments company, represented by its Chief Finance, Risk, and Sustainability Officer Chaye A. Cabal-Revilla, joined the World Benchmarking Alliance’s (WBA) Allies’ Assembly 2022 as a speaker and panelist in Cape Town, South Africa.

US inflation eases in July amid falling oil prices

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