Bangko Sentral forecasts June inflation settling at 1.1-2 pct 26-Jun-15, 4:36 PM | Philippines News Agency
Meralco expects better earnings in run-up to 2016 polls 26-Jun-15, 4:02 PM | Philippines News Agency
Philippine stock index closes week back above 7,600 26-Jun-15, 3:45 PM | InterAksyon.com
Economists eye hike in Bangko Sentral rates in second half of 2015 26-Jun-15, 12:24 PM | Philippines News Agency
Shell Exploration mulls contract extension for Malampaya gas field 26-Jun-15, 10:51 AM | Michelle Orosa-Ople, News5
Philippine business chamber bats for joining China-led Asian infra bank 2:30 pm | Philippines News Agency The Philippine government is biding its time before signing up.
11 companies keen on bidding for Clark Green City road project 1:26 pm | Philippines News Agency The project involves designing the road network of the Clark Green City.
Araneta company sets up solar farms in the Visayas 12:52 pm | Philippines News Agency Its biggest project to date, a 100-MW solar farm in Negros Occidental, is slated for completion in December.
Bearish sentiment dominates Philippine stock trades 12:34 pm | InterAksyon.com Decliners outnumbered advancers, 119 to 48.
Asian shares tentative, euro sags as markets eye Greece 10:14 am | Reuters MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.1 percent.
Here are the top 10 firms Filipinos want to work in 9:52 am | Philippines News Agency Benefits and incentives are foremost factors that make jobseekers aspire to work in top firms.
FMIC-UA&P keeps Philippine economic forecast despite first-quarter disappointment 9:27 am | Rain Castro, InterAksyon.com FMIC-UA&P expect election-related spending and cheap oil to fuel growth in the second quarter onwards.
BREAKING NEWS as of 30-Jun-15, 8:17 AM WALANG PASOK | Afternoon classes suspended in Zamboanga City due to bad weather Philippines gets P56-M funds to curb road crashes DOLE rescues 3 child laborers at construction site in Cebu City GALLERY | Makati standoff redux At least 5 dead as Indonesian military plane crashes in ball of flames 6 hurt in evacuation from 'threatened' Canadian airliner Philippine business chamber bats for joining China-led Asian infra bank Negros Occidental provincial administrator dies Akbayan rep to file same-sex marriage bill in Congress SC deploys Justice on Wheels to Makati P100K bounty offered for arrest of bank teller's killers Miriam sends EDCA resolution to SC 11 companies keen on bidding for Clark Green City road project Araneta company sets up solar farms in the Visayas Bearish sentiment dominates Philippine stock trades
Sun Life Philippines taps Maybank for cash management service 9:11 am | Philippines News Agency The service involves safekeeping and monitoring of post-dated cheques.
Grocery supplier Suy Sing eyes double-digit growth 8:57 am | Philippines News Agency Suy Sing partners with over 300 local and multinational manufacturers to supply consumer goods to independent supermarkets.
Sun Cellular unveils new postpaid promo in bid to overtake Globe this year 8:33 am | Cassandra Lee, InterAksyon.com Sun Cellular grew its postpaid subscriber count by 16 percent year-on-year in 2014.
Wall St. tumbles as investors flee equities on Greek debt crisis 8:17 am | Reuters U.S. investors also worried about Puerto Rico's debt problems and a bear market in China the day before quarter-end and ahead of Thursday's U.S. jobs report and the long weekend for U.S. Independence Day.
Anti-austerity protests in Greece as bank shutdown bites 6:59 am | Michele Kambas and Lefteris Papadimas, Reuters Tens of thousands of Greeks rallied on Monday to back their leftwing government's rejection of a tough international bailout after a clash with foreign lenders pushed Greece close to financial chaos and forced a shutdown of its banking system.
What happens if Greece defaults on IMF? 4:49 am | Jeremy Tordjman, Agence France-Presse Greece could take a risky step into the unknown Tuesday if it misses, as expected, a 1.5 billion euro ($1.7 billion) debt payment to the International Monetary Fund.
Cebu Pacific to establish more hubs across Philippines 11:44 pm | Cassandra Lee, InterAksyon.com At present, Cebu Pacific has hubs in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Caticlan.
China Bank raises 3-year dollar-denominated debt 11:12 pm | Philippines News Agency The borrowing amounted to $158 million.
Philex Petroleum to pare down debt 10:43 pm | Philippines News Agency Philex Petroleum owes US$59.4 million to Philex Mining.
Greek debt crisis drags down peso 7:48 pm | Philippines News Agency Corporate demand for the greenback also was responsible for the peso weakness.
Century Pacific eyes more export markets 7:15 pm | Philippines News Agency The food manufacturer is eyeing profit growth of 10-15 percent.
Philippines hedges as 50 nations sign up for China-led Asian infra bank 3:40 pm | Philippines News Agency Potential founding members have until December to sign up.
COCKTALES | Battle over 70 cell phone sites goes house-to-house in Forbes Park 1:03 pm | Victor C. Agustin No less than Ayala heir Fernando Zobel, who sits on the board of the Forbes homeowners' association, is reportedly leading the house-to-house campaign to persuade 600 homeowners to allow the so-called outdoor distributed antenna system to be installed within the Ayala-developed subdivision.
Philippine share prices start week on weak note 12:44 pm | Philippines News Agency (UPDATED 7:32 p.m.) Decliners outnumbered advancers, 109 to 63.
Hefty rollback in price of gasoline set 12:21 pm | InterAksyon.com (UPDATED 8:05 p.m.) Price of gasoline will go down by P1.05 a liter.
Electric vehicle industry renews call for shift to environment-friendly public transport 11:43 am | Orti Despuez, InterAksyon.com Its call comes ahead of annual review of Clean Air Act.