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MARCH is a distant memory now, the last time many of us did things that we would deem non-essential. But as the lockdown weeks stretched into months, keeping people trapped at home, the dividing line between things that were vital to survival and those that were merely nice to have began to blur. And it’s fair to say that somewhere along the way, online content creators cemented a place in the homebound routines of a population starved for entertainment and connection.
THE SECURITIES and Exchange Commission (SEC) is warning the public against engaging with groups that solicit investments from the public without a license to sell securities.
THE PHASE of trying to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing for most businesses, but a key to make the most of the disruption is to start reimagining for a new future.
DMCI HOMES is strengthening the durability of its condominium buildings in Davao City in light of a recent earthquake that hit the region last year.
THE coronavirus pandemic is prompting companies to prioritize big investments in the healthcare sector, in preparation for any future outbreaks.
LISTED ATN HOLDINGS, Inc. is looking to generate P1 billion in the next two years from selling construction materials that will help it ride on the Philippines’ increased investments on infrastructure.
DAVID J. NICOL, chief financial officer of Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC), is leaving his post by the end of the month.
ANGLO Philippine Holdings Corp. has concluded a P32.64-million investment to buy a 0.25% stake in its listed affiliate Shang Properties, Inc.
STOCKS CONTINUED to decline on Wednesday as investors kept taking profits and preferred markets that are expected to beat others in getting the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine.
A SUBSIDIARY of listed IP E-Game Ventures, Inc. is partnering with a Malaysian investment company to form a $50-million fund for startup investments in the ASEAN.
EARNINGS of blue-chip stocks may fall deeper this year as third-quarter earnings results came in weaker than expected due to quarantine measures meant to contain a coronavirus pandemic.
PHILIPPINE SHARES are expected to see tempered gains this week after extended optimism in the past few days on the back of news on several coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine candidates.
THE SECURITIES and Exchange Commission (SEC) is warning the public against text scams that use the name of President Rodrigo R. Duterte relating to a charity raffle where the message recipients is supposed to have won thousands in pesos.
Cebu Air, Inc. has obtained approval from stockholders for its plan to issue convertible preferred shares and bonds, as the operator of Cebu Pacific...
RENTS and residential prices in the Philippines are expected to start recovering by 2021, except in Makati City which may continue to see a decline for a longer period, a recent survey of real estate agents found.
JANUARIUS Holdings, Inc., the holding company of businessman Januario Jesus Gregorio B. Atencio III, has taken a 13% stake in housing developer Ovialand, Inc. which seeks to expand its business nationwide over the next 10 years.
THE SECURITIES and Exchange Commission (SEC) is allowing an industry-specific framework in reporting financial statements for banks and other entities regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) in consideration of relief measures extended during the coronavirus pandemic.
MORE Filipinos are looking for jobs online during the coronavirus pandemic, but companies are offering fewer opportunities because of uncertainties brought by the crisis, online job hunt platform JobStreet found in its data.
DMCI PROJECT DEVELOPERS, Inc. (DMCI Homes), the residential arm of listed DMCI Holdings, Inc., is targeting to complete 10 projects before the year ends.
VILLAR-LED Vista Land & Lifescapes, Inc. is keen on doing a real estate investment trust (REIT) offering for some of its leasing assets to improve its financial position during the coronavirus pandemic.
CEBU LANDMASTERS, Inc. posted an attributable net income of P709.78 million in the third quarter, slowing by 11% from last year but growing more than triple from P219.57 million in the second quarter.