EDITORIAL | Between Makati and Mamasapano, 'Daang Matuwid' turns to a forked road 18-Mar-15, 2:53 PM | InterAksyon.com
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MARIE YUVIENCO | I Want my Adobo 31-Mar-15, 11:48 PM | Marie Yuvienco
Del Rosario: Territorial spat with China is about upholding the rule of law 26-Mar-15, 1:40 PM | InterAksyon.com
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BREAKING NEWS as of 01-Apr-15, 9:02 PM Korean Air heiress appeals 'nut rage' conviction Grandson of Getty oil founder discovered dead in Los Angeles home Tambunting folk embrace Pabasa, hope to avoid repeat of fire that razed community 37 years ago Australian scientists discover unique way to prevent dengue fever Thai junta lifts martial law but retains key powers: military TV Over 30 jihadists groups support IS, says US monitoring body Dozens dead as dairy plant bombed in war-torn Yemen 70%, NOT 70 BEDS | DOH forms team to review state orthopedic center contract PH braces for Maysak; typhoon may cause landslides, floods, storm surges Web searches may predict disease risk among populations - study Your share of the national debt in February: P62,345 State of emergency declared as super typhoon Maysak batters Micronesia A Brown forms subsidiary for water business Prime Orion, government plan expansion of Tutuban Center into train hub Ginebra sells non-alcoholic beverage plant, equipment to SMB
Your share of the national debt in February: P62,345 The increase was brought about by higher borrowing from foreign sources.
A Brown forms subsidiary for water business ABCI earlier partnered with the local government of Opol, Misamis Oriental to develop its water source.
Prime Orion, government plan expansion of Tutuban Center into train hub Prime Orion derives nearly half of its revenue from rent collected at the Tutuban Center and other properties.
Ginebra sells non-alcoholic beverage plant, equipment to SMB Court moves to liquidate shuttered Export Bank Amid boardroom dispute, Alliance Select shareholders approve capital hike Filinvest Group's 2014 net income slips amid spending on banking, property businesses Philippine stock index begins second quarter at fresh record IMF hikes 2015 growth forecast for Philippines After 2-day strike and strike threat, union forges CBA at Korea-owned factory in Cavite ecozone
COCKTALES | SC switches P1-B case to justice who served as counsel, borrowed P20M from client bank 10:34 am | Victor C. Agustin The Bangko Sentral has attacked an "internal...not intended for release" order by the Supreme Court switching the P1-billion foreclosure case involving fallen banker-developer Jose Go to a division headed by former Go counsel, Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco Jr.
Del Rosario: Territorial spat with China is about upholding the rule of law 1:40 pm | InterAksyon.com In his keynote speech before the FOCAP Special Forum on the South China Sea, DFA Secretary Del Rosario presses for the commitment to uphold the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) as the Constitution of the Oceans.
MEL STA.MARIA | PNoy can still leave a lasting, positive legacy 11:18 am | MEL STA.MARIA President Aquino is in a crisis. My advice: Own this crisis, Mr. President, and respond properly. Your life may not depend on it but your legacy surely will.
MARIE YUVIENCO | Apologetica: Why 'Sorry' isn't what we need from PNoy 8:24 am | Marie Yuvienco The BOI report does not discount the possibility of an official whitewash, in order to re-write history, or an official stonewalling, to withhold crucial information that would otherwise implicate certain people and expose them to legal repercussions.
OPINION | 12 Lee Kuan Yew policies that transformed Singapore 7:56 am | Jorge Mojarro, Special to InterAksyon.com A clean, orderly, and prosperous Singapore is the legacy of Lee Kuan Yew. How was it achieved? Spanish academic Jorge Mojarro discusses the principles in governance that LKY adopted.
JESSICA ZAFRA | Sean Penn, overacting, and the art of ham 11:39 pm | Jessica Zafra Sean Penn is an even bigger ham than Al Pacino, the consistent gold medalist at the livestock fair. The makers of 'The Gunman' know that Penn can overact just by looking at the camera, so they offer an explanation for his facial contortions: they give his character a neurological disorder.
COCKTALES | The Philippines' best-paid bankers? Still from BPI 10:59 am | Victor C. Agustin The country's oldest bank may have slid to third largest but it still offers the highest compensation package for its president and four others comprising the senior management team.
TREND | World becoming safer since WWII until 2007, when it got more violent 7:35 am | Peter Apps, Reuters If you were watching the news last year, it was hard to escape the impression the world was falling apart. Now the data is in. And yes, it turns out the world's most violent conflicts got a lot bloodier in 2014 - almost 30 percent bloodier, in fact.
EDITORIAL | Daang Matuwid, nabaluktot sa kanto ng Makati at Mamasapano 4:35 pm | InterAksyon.com Nadidismaya ang mga tao sa Administrasyong Aquino. Anila: Isaksak niyo sa baga ang 'rule of law' at 'due process' niyo kung ganyan lang di't hindi patas ang abot ng inyong gana at ideyalismo.
COCKTALES | More Chinoys scale the Spanish steps of Ayala Land 11:09 am | Victor C. Agustin Aside from entering joint ventures with the likes of Puregold's Lucio Co and Metro department store chain of the Gaisanos, the Zobels in a quiet cultural shift have recently been promoting Chinoys to beef up ALI's senior executive ranks.
EDITORIAL | Between Makati and Mamasapano, 'Daang Matuwid' turns to a forked road 2:53 pm | InterAksyon.com Roxas thinks that rule of law is a matter of one-upmanship. He would argue that rights, like history, is written by the victors, rather than underpinned by the principles drilled into every law student's mind - that rights are guided by Justice, affording dignity and giving every man his due.
COCKTALES | Cuisia scores 100% in trans-Pacific board shuttle 7:18 pm | Victor C. Agustin Our ambassador to the United States has done another fine job juggling his diplomatic commitments in Washington and corporate obligations in Makati. Despite the trans-Pacific distance, Jose Cuisia Jr., now pushing 72, attended seven out of seven board meetings of Manila Water last year.
OPINION | Why do Filipinos like malls? 6:31 am | Jorge Mojarro, InterAksyon.com Why are malls sprouting all over the country? Jorge Mojarro, a Spanish academic in the Philippines, deconstructs the phenomenon.