By Daxim L. Lucas
It’s been said often enough: To get ahead in the world of business, a college education is often no longer enough. Whether one aspires to be a corporate titan or a successful entrepreneur, the theory and practice acquired from a graduate business degree can spell the difference between success and failure.
By Matikas Santos
Miriam College and Ayala Land have partnered together to create a new school in Nuvali that aims to educate and uplift the community and preserve the environment.
By Matikas Santos
International manufacturing giant Bosch opened a new state-of-the-art training center that will enhance the technical expertise of Filipinos.
By Charisse Ursal
After cooking shows like Master Chef and Hell’s Kitchen captured the hearts of Filipinos, a newly opened culinary school aimed to give Cebuanos topnotch training in cooking opened.
The business of business is business. The often-quoted line—sometimes attributed to economist Milton Friedman, at other times to General Motors chair Alfred P. Sloan—presents a view that the sole responsibility of corporations is to build shareholder value.
Distinguished alumni of the Asian Institute of Management leave their corporate enclaves on Tuesday, November 22, to organize themselves as a major consultative body for AIM affairs.
By Charles E. Buban
Next week, the Batangas Racing Circuit will once again play host to 12 drivers who aspire to be included on the list of Tuason Racing School’s elite car racers.
By Doris C. Dumlao
Businessman Eusebio Tanco has invested in Los Angeles-based cloud computing firm Morphlabs Inc. through his STI Colleges, creating synergies in pooling manpower for the IT firm’s operations in the Philippines, Japan and Australia. “I think cloud is not only the future, it’s already here,” STI president Monico Jacob told reporters, confirming the buy-in deal into [...]
By Ma. Esther Salcedo - Posadas
TAGAYTAY CITY—The restaurant known as “Jeepney” at the Summit Ridge Promenade has yet to announce a formal launch date but it already promises to give so much to the ordinary, middle-class Pinoy foodie. Concocted with the price-sensitive consumer in mind, this new endeavor by the Cravings group of companies offers traditional Filipino cuisine in style. [...]