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Road Trek 15 celebrates Avanza, old and new

IF THE summer months mean weeks-long fiestas for Pinoys, for the motoring media it has also meant three- or four-day-long road trips with the country’s leading automaker and distributor, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP).

Salah, Origi goals bring Liverpool Champions League redemption

MADRID -- Liverpool ended an incredible season by winning Europe’s biggest prize after beating Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in Saturday’s all-English Champions League final, earning sweet redemption after agonizingly missing out on the Premier League title.
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Shares may climb as market sentiment improves

LOCAL SHARES may firm up in the week ahead as investors turn upbeat on the back of easing domestic concerns and the release of May inflation data.


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SMC submits unsolicited proposal for bus terminals

SAN MIGUEL Corp. (SMC) has submitted an unsolicited proposal to the Department of Transportation (DoTr) to build bus terminals, as a solution to the...

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UNIQLO’s Salamat Pilipinas Anniversary Sale kicked off over the weekend and runs until June 6.

Ceres-Negros moves to first place in leader board after huge win vs Global

DEFENDING Philippines Football League (PFL) champion Ceres-Negros FC is back in familiar territory of leader in the standings after a huge on 8-0 victory over Global Cebu City on Saturday league fixture at the Philippine Football Federation Training Center in Carmona, Cavite.

Trump lifts curbs on E15 gasoline to help farmers, angering Big Oil

WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration on Friday lifted restrictions on the sale of higher ethanol blends of gasoline, keeping a campaign promise to farmers suffering from the trade war with China but drawing a legal threat from the oil industry.

How PSEi member stocks performed — May 31, 2019

Here’s a quick glance at how PSEi stocks fared on Friday, May 31, 2019.  

NBA experiences banner season in the Philippines

THE 2018-19 season of the National Basketball Association proved to be a banner year for The Association in the country as it experienced growth across various fronts.

Young to compete in World Senior Chess Championship in Romania

BOUYED his success in the recent 2019 National Senior Chess Championship (Standard competition) at the Philippine Academy for Chess Excellence (PACE) at 56 Mindanao Ave., Project 6, Quezon City last Friday, 8-times Illinois, USA chess champion International Master (IM) Angelo Abundo Young once more is set to take the world stage in the 2019 World Senior Chess Championships in Bucharest, Romania to be held on Nov. 11 to 24.

SBP-Smart holds second edition of women’s 3×3 tournament

UP-AND-COMING women’s 3x3 basketball players in the country converged at the weekend for the second edition of the SBP-Smart 3x3 women’s tournament.

All eyes on Warriors

All eyes are on the Warriors now. Even diehard fans, ultra-confident of victory heading into Game One of the Finals, find themselves shaken by the ensuing turn of events to wonder how -- or even if -- the defending champions can recover. And it isn’t because the status of top two-way stalwart Kevin Durant remains iffy moving forward; they are, after all, still loaded and experienced enough to overcome hurdles en route to their expected finish. Rather, it’s due to their inability to be themselves in the face of solid coverage from the long, wiry, crafty, and mostly interchangeable Raptors.