By the staff
It was a few years in the making but San Miguel Corp. president Ramon S. Ang had to make sure that the timing was right and all potential legal issues were clarified before proposing the massive $10-billion airport project to Malacañang as an alternative to the congested Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
By Felicito C. Payumo
This article is not about management. It is not about business or economics. It is about politics, particularly the last automated elections. Why? It is because politics and elections are everybody’s business. The papers continue to carry the arguments between Comelec and the AES Watch group. Was there a pattern in the 60-30-10 election [...]
By Conrado R. Banal III
The midterm elections by now are over but for some last-ditch, after-the-fact maneuvering for party-list seats in Congress, leaving the Aquino (Part II) administration barely three years to create its lasting marks in the economy—as well as in our lives.
By Tessa R. Salazar
The first half half of the year will be over in a month. Following a generally orderly May 13 national elections, favorable international credit ratings and property experts’ assessments have shown the property sector is flourishing.
By Miguel R. Camus
The country’s two major telecommunications providers denied on Thursday claims made by the Commission on Elections that weak signals played a major role in the delayed transmission of results in Monday’s elections.