A reliable driving partner in the new normal

Now more than ever, young urban professionals are fully booked in their schedules. As they take extra effort in balancing work and life in this new normal, their day is often filled with work hours, whether at home or in…

A City out of the city

Wayfarer By Angel Rivero 1 of 3 Up the twisties of Tanay aboard the Honda City RS WHEN WAS the last time you were at Pinto Art Museum, the contemporary and most-visited museum in Antipolo, Rizal featuring the…

Milan Fashion Week: Fun with fashion

1 of 4 IF Milan Fashion Week this year is an indicator of anything, it’s that we can still have fun. Italy was one of the hardest-hit regions of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, and last year’s Milan Fashion…

T-bill rates to rise as demand weakens

BUREAU OF THE TREASURY TWITTER PAGE RATES OF THE Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer this week could increase further as investors become more concerned over high inflation and with demand seen to weaken as the retail Treasury bond (RTB) sale…

2GO Group says business may start to recover in latter part of 2021

By Arjay L. Balinbin, Senior Reporter WITH the coronavirus vaccine rollout seen happening soon, 2GO Group, Inc. expects its business to start recovering in the latter part of the year, its chief operating officer said. The vaccine rollout “will improve…

Mane points

TALK BOX By Kap Maceda Aguila 1 of 3 A new logo, an upmarket move, and electrification are in the cards for Peugeot WHAT’S IN a logo? “Every one of us loves brands, and we immediately recognize a…

Citicore Power earmarks P4-B for solar, hydro projects

By Angelica Y. Yang RENEWABLE energy firm Citicore Power, Inc. has allocated P4 billion in capital expenditures (capex) for solar and hydro projects, as the firm plans to list a power portfolio in the local bourse this year, the firm’s…

Gov’t borrowings rose to P2.74 trillion in 2020

A Philippine peso note is seen in this picture illustration, June 2, 2017. — REUTERS/THOMAS WHITE/ILLUSTRATION GROSS BORROWINGS by the National Government (NG) more than doubled to P2.74 trillion last year on the huge loans obtained amid a coronavirus pandemic,…

Coronavirus forces agencies to ease bureaucratic red tape

Many government agencies are still at the infancy stage of moving processes to the internet. — PHILIPPINE STAR/MICHAEL VARCAS By Jenina P. Ibanez, Reporter WHEN a coronavirus lockdown barred Tina Cuyugan, 60, from making the trip to a small town…

Philippines’ big banks lend less money in Q4

By Marissa Mae M. Ramos, Researcher THE COUNTRY’S biggest banks lent less to households and firms in the fourth quarter of 2020, as profits fell and soured loans increased amid the coronavirus pandemic. The latest edition of BusinessWorld‘s quarterly banking…

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