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Ella Cruz is no longer the cute child actress we used to know; she has grown into a fine, beautiful young lady. At the premiere night of “Dilim,”…

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A California-based trade group for the adult film industry has lifted a moratorium on production spurred by a feared HIV exposure on an out-of-state…

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APEC Finance Ministers in Beijing to revive growth

Finance ministers from the 21 members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) will gather in Beijing, China on Wednesday to list ways to revive the flagging global trade and economic growth. The 2014 APEC Finance Ministers’ Meeting which will be…

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Globe myBusiness leads tech revolution in PH mSMEs, boostsbiz operations with Google Apps

With businesses quickening their operations and processes, they are steadily arming themselves with the newest ICT capabilities to get work done. In this day and age of mobility,…

Robinsons Land celebrates listing anniversary

Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) celebrated its 25th listing anniversary at the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) in Makati City. Listed on October 16, 1989, RLC is the real estate…

Debt spree exposes PH firms to global risks

International Monetary Fund Chief Christine Lagarde lamented last week that the world has “too little economic risk taking, and too much financial risk taking.” In the Philippines, there…

BSP raises minimum capital for banks

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has raised the minimum capital requirement for all banks to ensure capital base is strong enough to withstand risks. The BSP in…

House body nips ‘emergency powers’ plan

With the Department of Energy (DOE) failing to justify that power supply shortfalls will really happen next year, the House committee on energy has indicated that it can…

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Child mendicancy in PH, Nepal: Begging for their small lives (First of a series)

Cherry Diaz is a familiar face to motorists on Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA). Many have watched her grow from the child selling flower…

Senate hearing on Ebola virus

The Senate Committee on Health and Demography will conduct a hearing tomorrow to assess the country’s preparedness against the Ebola virus. Sen. Teofisto Guingona III,…

Repair work on Magallanes Flyover still long way to go

The retrofitting on the bottom slab of the Magallanes Flyover in Makati City is almost complete, but remaining work to complete the repair is still…

Comelec launches ‘iRehistro’ online registration project

The Commission on Elections (Comelec) formally launched yesterday the iRehistro Project to provide an on-line accomplishment of application for voters’ registration and transfer of voters’…

Tiamzon to undergo check up at NKTI

A Quezon City court has allowed alleged Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) leader Wilma Tiamzon to undergo medical examination at the National Kidney Transplant…

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An app a day keeps the doctor away

Nowadays, the word “apple” conjures images of Steve Jobs and the iPhone instead of the red,…

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A global state of mind

Say what you will about the Philippines: Gates of Hell filthy, corrupt, horrible traffic, dreadful chasm…

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