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This small enterprise has managed to thrive despite the ongoing pandemic. This is how they did it.
A pandemic is not really the ideal time to open a business, especially when more businesses are closing than starting.We're tired of writing about business closures, so here's a small business success story to lighten up your feed.Sometimes, crisis offers opportunity, and ...
 
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Brooks Brothers survived two World Wars and the Great Depression.
Brooks Brothers, the 200-year-old company that dressed nearly every U.S. president, filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday.It's the latest major clothing seller to be toppled by the coronavirus pandemic.Founded in New York in 1818, Brooks Brothers survived two world wars, the Great Depression ...
 
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The stores will be closed by the end of 2020.
There will be fewer doughnuts to pass around by the end of the year, at least in the U.S. Dunkin’ Donuts in America has announced that it’s permanently closing 450 stores by the end of 2020. The stores that will be closing are all located within ...
 
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No, they aren't related.
There’s another Dennis Uy in town, and his broadband operator Converge ICT Solutions is making the rounds. We’re not talking about Davao-born neophyte tycoon Dennis Uy, a common mistake for those unfamiliar with the two businessmen that share the same name. We’re ...
 
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The fate of ABS-CBN will be decided this week.
Makati Business Club (MBC), one of the leading business groups in the country, has reiterated its support for ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal, calling on lawmakers to allow the network’s franchise to continue as this week marks the do-or-die hearing for the ABS-CBN network.The ...
 
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His second career choice? An interviewer and journalist.
Along with his brother Fernando, Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala has become the face of Ayala Corp. It’s hard to imagine the esteemed businessman as anything else but the head of one of the country’s oldest and biggest corporations.In an interview with ...
 
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There's good debt, and there's bad debt.
We all try to avoid debt, and that's totally fine. You have peace of mind knowing that you don't owe anyone anything, and you're undoubtedly in the green financially. But while this is your best case scenario, there will be times when ...
 
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The link between money and happiness has greatly changed in recent years.
You've most probably heard of the age-old saying that money doesn't buy happiness and, if you're like us, you've doubted the veracity of the statement. Well, science has spoken and apparently, money can buy happiness."The Expanding Class Divide in Happiness in the United States, ...
 
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The telco is eyeing a P34.8 billion debut.
Pampanga-based telecommunications company Converge ICT is eyeing a $700 million (P34.8 billion) initial public offering, according to a Bloomberg report.Converge has reportedly picked out banks for its blockbuster IPO that could be the biggest stock market debut in the Philippine Stock Exchange’s ...
 
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The company is currently almost $1 billion in debt.
NPC International Inc. has filed for bankruptcy, affecting the thousands of food establishments under its umbrella. NPC is the largest franchisee of Pizza Hut in the U.S., and the recent development will affect its 1,227 Pizza Hut stores in America.NPC also franchises ...
 
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Ramon Ang's firm will be providing three meals a day for the stranded Filipinos.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) now turns its focus to extending help to maritime workers who have been stranded and currently camping out at the Manila North Harbor as they await clearance of returning to their provinces.The firm will be providing free meals ...
 
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A rookie in the supermarket scene, MerryMart credits its newfound success to its flexible nature as the underdog.
Pandemic or not, DoubleDragon chief Edgar “Injap” Sia III is having one good year. Sia’s latest brainchild, MerryMart, took off with flying colors when it made its stock exchange debut and bumped up its opening share price by 50 percent. Within two weeks, ...
 
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His code name is Los Baños.
Finance Assistant Secretary Tony Lambino got a lot of laughs when he posted a photo of himself in personal protective equipment (PPE) on Facebook.He wore a hooded red jacket and an acetate face shield inspired by characters on the Netflix series Money ...
 
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POGOs will need to pay their taxes whether they stay or go.
The mass exodus of Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs) has begun as more and more POGOs are filing to cancel their licenses and exit the country. The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) announced that the online casino industry is now looking ...
 
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The effects of the pandemic proved to be devastating for the online travel booking company.
Businesses both big and small have been feeling the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic for months on end. So grave is the widespread reach of the virus that even behemoth American fashion brands Neiman Marcus and J.Crew were forced to file for ...
 
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'I want to clear my name.'
Lawyer Mark Tolentino, the Filipino tagged in the multinational billion-dollar Wirecard scandal, claims he has been framed.“I am a victim of identity theft and fake news and frame up,” said Tolentino to Reuters.Also read: Who is Mark Tolentino?According to Tolentino, he was surprised ...
 
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The exodus of POGOs has begun.
It might be the end of Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs) as we know it. According to the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR), two POGOs have already left the country and more will follow them out of the Philippines.Top story: 8 Filipino ...
 
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It’s been a rough few months for all of us, but some more than others.
Suck at money? Congrats. You’re part of the 99 percent of people in their 20s floundering when it comes to finance. Adulting is hard, and money is harder—especially when it’s your own and not your parents. My Two Cents is here to break down ...
 
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The nation's leading lifestyle publisher turns 25.
Twenty five years ago this month, in June 1995,  a new glossy magazine made its debut on the newsstands of Manila, standing out among the newsprint publications of that time. Its name, in bright, bold red: Preview.At the time, the Philippine market was opening ...
 
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More than 90,000 workers have been affected.
The latest update from the Department of Labor and Employment revealed that more than 3,000 companies in the Philippines have now permanently closed or retrenched its workforce as of June 25. This is 1,000 more than DOLE’s last numbers, which stated that ...
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