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Business

Ayala hikes capex to P185B

By Jed Macapagal | February 24, 2017
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The Ayala group is increasing its capital expenditures this year by 13 percent to P185 billion in order to support growth strategies of its real estate, telecommunications and water units as well as to ramp up its emerging businesses in power, industrial technologies, healthcare and education.

News

Court issues arrest warrant for De Lima

By JP Lopez and Evan Orias | February 24, 2017
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SEN. Leila de Lima and two others were ordered arrested yesterday by the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court handling cases of illegal drugs trade filed against her by the justice department.

Sports

Giant problem for Cone?

February 24,2017
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GINEBRA coach Tim Cone is not one to divulge any trade secret, especially when it is about his patented blueprint on how to stop San Miguel Beer prized center June Mar Fajardo.

Living

Jeff Dizon and Faico

By BOYSIE VILLAVICENCIO | February 17,2017
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It was in the late sixties and the early seventies when I was first acquainted with Jeff Dizon whose works at that time were “pretty pretty” but well done. After several decades as I enrolled at the UP College of Fine Arts, I once more had the opportunity of meeting and working with Jeff  Dizon – this time as members of the UPCFA Alumni Association Board.
 
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Column of the Day

Gina Lopez--Marcopper’s legacy

By DAHLI ASPILLERA | February 24,2017
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‘John Looney, in front of a crowd, swallowed one single forkful of stewed Boac fish. Edible, not contaminated, this Marcopper president flaunted.’

Opinion of the Day

No such thing as ‘limpio’ in a dirty job

By ELLEN TORDESILLAS | February 24, 2017
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‘The Senate will test Lascañas’ credibility… Another lesson: Nothing in this world is erased.’