By Ma. Esther Salcedo - Posadas
The serving of spicy adobo ribs was tender and succulent, with just the right amount of sweetness and a hint of red chili, enough to appease the spice-averse Filipino palate. Diners have complimented the chef on her delicious food and since they opened in March 2014, Concha’s Garden Café located in Silang, Cavite has been attracting new visitors.
By Vanessa Hidalgo
Think of it as having a new haircut. The edges are trimmed but you’re still the same person with a twist. This is how sulit.com.ph—the Philippines’ premier online destination for buying and selling—views their name change.
By Doris C. Dumlao
Conventional wisdom says that health is wealth. But when an unexpected illness occurs within the family, this usually throws households off-balance, with majority being driven to heavy debt and about 95 percent depleting their savings, based on a study conducted by insurer Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) Inc.
By Marge C. Enriquez
If you’re furnishing a one-bedroom condominium unit on a budget, a furniture company can provide the elements for less than P60,000.
By Paolo G. Montecillo
Collections of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) in March rose by nearly a tenth from a year ago but still fell short of the government’s goal despite aggressive campaigns against tax evaders.
The International Monetary Fund has changed and no longer imposes tough “structural adjustment” programs as it did in poor countries two decades ago, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said Saturday.
By Lynett A. Villariba
11 years ago, Cathy Brillantes-Turvill created a small personal space in the hills of Tagaytay where she could reflect and rejuvenate. Little did she know that she would meet her future husband Dr. Mike Turvill, an organic chemist who would help propel her small sanctuary of wellness to being named as one of 28 Most Relaxing Spas of Asia and be awarded with a Go Negosyo 2014 Starpreneur Award.
By Ben O. de Vera
Original Pilipino music (OPM) can now be heard not only by Filipinos but also by music lovers in 55 other countries, as digital music streaming service Spotify expands into the Philippines.
By Ayunan G. Gunting
The demand for Filipino nurses both here and abroad may have declined in recent years, but the Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) believes the future is still bright for budding and graduating nurses.
By Marlet D. Salazar
After Super Typhoon “Yolanda” hit the Visayas, the country received an enormous amount of support from different parts of the world. Filipinos were moved by this generosity and thanked those who helped in any way they can.
By Dante M. Velasco Ph.D.
The recurring issue of corruption has enjoyed front page treatment for the last two weeks, highlighted by two events.
Local banks are now required to accept “mutilated” paper notes and coins from the public and replace them, according to new banking rules published this month.