Velarde-led NOW Corp. managed to turn its red bottomline around in the first semester, driven by higher sales from its broadband, software and other businesses.
Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Winnie Monsod is blaming the tobacco lobby led byBilyonaryo Lucio Tan, owner of Philip Morris- Fortune Tobacco, for setting aside the tax increases on cigarettes.
Bilyonaryo Manuel V. Pangilinan expects to sign an agreement to sell his 15 percent stake in the Philippine Daily inquirer in the next two weeks.
Bilyonaryo Manuel V. Pangilinan declined an offer to take over The Philippine Daily Inquirer due to monopoly issues.
Telecommunications magnate Manuel V. Pangilinan is willing to relinquish his 15 percent stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer if the price is right.
While the rest of the country was left perplexed by her family?s decision to sell its controlling stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Tessa Prieto Valdes seems to have adopted the motto, ?Hakuna Matata.?
Bilyonaryo Ramon S. Ang is buying out the shares of the Prieto-Rufino family to take a controlling stake in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) has lifted the suspension of 2Go Group Inc. after two days as the company gave authorities a clearer picture of how the previous management tweaked its books to show lower debt and higher profits.
Duterte fumes on Dunkin’s P1.5B tax deal while Dominguez thinks Del Monte’s P30B tax bargain ain’t criminal
Something’s not right when President Rodrigo Duterte makes a big deal out of a donut store’s P1.5 billion tax deal under the previous administration while his top finance guy is not even raising an eyebrow on making a deal with a Davao-based company on its back taxes involving 20 times more money.
Tessa Prieto Valdes is just way too hip.