With countless companies playing in the global building materials field, only a handful of them are true heritage brands. Taking pride in their tradition and long experience and expertise in offering the best products for consumers, James Hardie is one of the esteemed few as it marks its 125th.
By Ayunan Grande Gunting
Unity and culture will take center stage in this year’s celebration of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao’s (ARMM) 24th founding anniversary.
Celebrating its 55th year of serving Filipino buyers and sellers, the Yellow Pages (YP) is projecting a fresh identity in the Philippine market.
By Daxim L. Lucas
Getting one’s voice heard in this day and age can be a challenge, especially when there is a multitude of voices in society speaking loudly and frequently.
By the staff
Many things have changed since San Miguel Corp., led by Ramon S. Ang, acquired a stake in flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL). Under new management, PAL—which at 70 years of age enjoys the distinction of being Asia’s first carrier—expects to post a profit for its current fiscal year that ends in March.
Isuzu Philippines Corp. (IPC) has picked the first batch of winners in the 15th Anniversary Blowout Promo, a monthly gift-giving spree that was started last August.
By Alvin Uy
The Chevy Camaro, possibly this generation’s most iconic Hollywood American muscle car, is celebrating its 45th year in the auto world.
By Charles E. Buban
It’s easy to overlook the accomplishments of Aguila Auto Glass (Universal Glass Co. Inc.), a local manufacturer that for 60 years has been instrumental in providing automakers and even private car owners in the Philippines with one of the most crucial vehicle components: automotive glass.
By Charles E. Buban
During the 10th anniversary celebration of Ford Club Philippines last Feb. 25, 2012, Ford Philippines unveiled three new variants, further strengthening its best-selling nameplate.
By Dr. Bernardo M. Villegas
My middle name is Malvar because my mother, Isabel Malvar Villegas, is the youngest daughter of the late Miguel Carpio Malvar, Philippine national hero. Because of my penchant for agricultural development, I think of my lolo first as a farmer and only secondarily as a revolutionary general during the Philippine-Spanish and Philippine-American wars.
By Aida Sevilla Mendoza
Americans are known to do things in a big way—drive big cars, eat big steaks, buy big packs of consumer goods. So it was only fitting that when Chevrolet, a leading American brand in the global automotive industry, celebrated its 100th birthday and welcomed the next 100 years, it did so by throwing big parties in 120 countries all over the world where it operates.