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Joker’s birthday

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Joker’s birthday

    HAPPY new year to ev­eryone! To all hardwork­ing Filipinos here and abroad, I wish you a better quality of life, more time to spend with loved ones, better work so you can provide for your family, and more importantly, good health and happiness so you can en­joy all these in the company of […]

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The Balangiga returns

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The Balangiga returns

    BY the time this column comes out, the Balangiga Bells would have already completed its journey from the time it became a symbol of Filipino bravery and resistance against foreign occupation, to be­ing taken as war booty by Ameri­can soldiers in 1901, to finally re­turning to Philippine soil. I welcome the decision of […]

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Millennial leadership

    I ADMIRE her intelligence and her insatiable thirst to know more. She knew that to lead our retail group, she needed to un­derstand not just consumer be­havior but the macroeconomic realities of the country as well. She understood that the country and the region’s consumer purchasing power is increasing as an effect of […]

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Millennial leadership

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Millennial leadership

    WE are in the age of the millen­nials. According to population projections, this year the millennials will comprise 68% of our total popu­lation. This means that 7 out of 10 Filipinos is a millennial! This demographic shift has profound implications specifically on the Philippine labor force where millennials now outnumber Gen X’ers, 46% […]

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Doy

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Doy

    LAST Nov. 18 was the 90th birth anniversary of the late for­mer Vice President Salvador H. Lau­rel. Families, loved ones, and friends organized a musical tribute featuring talented members of the Laurel fam­ily led by Cocoy Laurel. The tribute, which also served as a fund-raising event, was a fitting remembrance to the legacy […]

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Watching the past and the future

    WHEN I was a kid, I remember peeping through the jalousie window of one of our neighbors so I could watch television. It was still black and white back then and the transmission was blurry at best. I had to squint to be able to see the movie we were watching. I love […]

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