By Raul J. Palabrica Jr.
Finally, it’s over. Chief Justice Renato Corona has been dismissed from the Supreme Court. After five long months, his impeachment trial is now history. Regardless of our thoughts about his guilt or innocence, the senator-judges have spoken and their verdict should be respected by everybody.
By Ardy Roberto
, Ned Roberto
We’re a group of graduating marketing students this coming school year. We’re enrolled now in a northern Luzon university doing summer make-up classes. For our summer course’s marketing project, our professor has assigned us to apply to one of the hotels in our province your series on business growing. He has permitted us to write you and ask some questions. But please do not identify us in your answer.
By Ernesto M. Ordoñez
Delsa Flores, the former court interpreter who lost her job because she did not declare in her Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth that she owned a market stall, was asked what lessons could be drawn from the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona.
By Danny McCord
Asian markets fell for a second day and the euro sank to new lows Thursday as Spain’s banking crisis threatened to spin out of control and force Madrid into a financial rescue.
By Norman Bordadora
Malacañang expressed confidence Thursday that the Philippines would maintain “the positive trajectory” of the 6.4 percent GDP growth registered in the first quarter.
By Frances Mangosing
Oil giant Shell will replace its Shell V-Power and Shell Super Premium fuels with a new generation of premium fuels namely: Shell V-Power Nitro+Gasoline, Shell V-Power Nitro+Racing and Shell V-Power Nitro+Diesel starting Friday.
By Daxim L. Lucas
Stock prices on Thursday recovered from losses in the morning session to close sharply higher in the afternoon on the back of positive economic news.
By Loic Vennin
“I decided to experience the real Jakarta,” said a tourist, stepping gingerly between puddles of putrid water and a scurrying rat in a scene that would never make a postcard.
By Amy R. Remo
Retailers of cooking gas have slashed prices by P5 to P5.50 per kilogram, effective Friday, to reflect the continued drop in the international contract price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
Oil extended losses in Asian trade Thursday, with prices hitting multi-month lows as Spain’s banking woes intensified worries about the eurozone, analysts said.
Japan’s auto sector on Thursday reported huge increases in production for April from a year earlier, reflecting a steep recovery after last year’s quake-tsunami disaster crippled output and demand.
By Penny MacRae
India’s economy grew a lower-than-expected 5.3 percent in the final quarter of the fiscal year, data showed Thursday, piling pressure on the embattled government.