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Finix Corp: Taking fitness to the next level

The desire to be fit is no longer just a fad. Because the mounting stress from today’s harried lifestyle can no longer be ignored, many establishments are seeing the importance of putting up on-site fitness centers as an incentive for their members and employees to exercise, get active and be healthier.

Posted: May 25th, 2014 in Headlines,Inquirer Features | Read More »

‘Exotic’ Starbucks Reserve is here

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Starbucks Reserve™ sun-dried Ethiopia Yirgacheffe™

There was a time, not too long ago, when it was unthinkable for ordinary Filipinos to fork out over P100 for a cup of coffee.

Posted: May 16th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Electronic cash transactions up by nearly 20%

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More and more Filipinos are embracing the use of electronic money transactions over the use of cold hard cash in everyday purchases as the country’s middle class undergoes changes in lifestyle.

Posted: May 12th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Singapore downplays ‘world’s most expensive city’ tag

A couple sit on deck chairs facing the financial skyline along the Singapore river, Tuesday, March 4, 2014, in Singapore. AP PHOTO

Singapore on Wednesday played down a global survey showing that it is now the world’s most expensive city, a finding that has triggered outrage among Singaporeans struggling with rising costs.

Posted: March 6th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Gravely-ill patients choose to reverse their deadly destinies

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Here’s a story that almost ended with the subject joining the ranks of the dearly departed. Garments businessman and choreographer Ronald Allan Jumamil suddenly suffered a heart attack in September 2010 at the age of 40.

Posted: November 1st, 2013 in Featured Columns,Science and Health | Read More »

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  • Local execs note why QC drug use up but arrests down
  • Life on the run: Palparan tells of 32 months as a fugitive
  • US wealth gap widened in last decade
  • FDA warns vs inferior oxygen machines
  • LTRFB still sparing ‘colorum’ trucks for Manila port’s sake
  • Sports

  • Pinay gymnast 11th of 18 in all-around
  • Ateneo-A, LSGH-A earn top QF seedings
  • Cagayan, Army down semis foes
  • Cruz pulls off Olivarez tennis victory double
  • Hernandez, Posadas head BWC last-16 nat’l finalists
  • Lifestyle

  • S. Koreans defy US study, defend noodles diet
  • ‘Couture’ RTW–the next best thing to made-to-measure clothes
  • Premium oil for mature or dry skin
  • ‘Nothing, really, is impossible’
  • Grooming tips for the modern man
  • Entertainment

  • Nora Aunor honored with UP Gawad Plaridel for film, TV excellence
  • Underachiever finds his/her niche
  • Joseph Marco shrugs off ‘gay’ rumor
  • Sam Milby in fat suit challenge
  • Scars from the past
  • Business

  • Ayala Land to offer P2B in homestarter bonds
  • Traders renew plea for gov’t to prepare for power crisis
  • Tuna firm’s stockholder hits SEC for inaction
  • Marcventures expects net profit to reach P1B in ’14
  • ‘Sin’ tax take exceeds target
  • Technology

  • Bill penalizing techy intruders advances to plenary
  • 5 signs a text message is a scam
  • B&N, Samsung unveil reading-focused Nook tablet
  • Lapid wants Senate to probe text scams
  • Dating sites match up people, pooches
  • Opinion

  • Editorial Cartoon, August 22, 2014
  • Fear and fury
  • Defiance and heroism
  • Who’s behind stories against President Aquino’s sister?
  • Rice in life and history
  • Global Nation

  • 20 couples say ‘I do’ in San Francisco mass wedding
  • Fil-Am descendants proud of their ‘manong’ fathers
  • Mistakes to avoid in applying for US citizenship
  • Big fest to plug Filipino cuisine in San Francisco
  • Another chartered flight from Libya
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