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Lifestyle checks up
for VP, PNP chief

Lifestyle check is again in vogue. Vice President Jejomar Binay on Monday said he and his family were open to a lifestyle check “anytime,” as he declared that his political foes had intensified their vilification campaign by rehashing graft and corruption cases against him that did not prosper.


3 execs remember
martial law

Branded as communist subversives by the military during the dark days of martial law and thrown in jail for organizing and leading campaigns to topple the hated dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos, these three executives have since moved on and now live by the tenets of capitalism frowned upon by the philosopher Karl Marx.


The press, writer
in time of Marcos

Let me show you fear in a handful of dust—or rather of press releases. A PEN (Poets, Playwrights, Essayists, Novelists) member took a handful of press releases to the newspaper offices. The press releases were about this conference we’re having today. But one look at the press releases and the editors froze. They had read the title of this conference.


DPWH bid-riggers
put in freezer

An undisclosed number of Department of Public Works and Highways personnel have been placed under preventive suspension by the agency for allegedly colluding with some contractors in rigging DPWH biddings for millions of pesos worth of infrastructure projects.


UP students: We
won’t apologize

So who manhandled who? The University of the Philippines student group accused of mobbing Budget Secretary Florencio “Butch” Abad after a forum on the Disbursement Acceleration Program last week said on Monday that it was their members who were pushed and shoved by the official’s “protectors.”


I’m willing to be
shot by Duterte

Controversial Davao City Mayor Rody Duterte says he will shoot people who want to make him run for President in 2016. I’m willing to be shot by Duterte.


Aegis apologizes
for anti-PH video

The mother company of Aegis Malaysia on Monday said it did not approve the controversial video that promoted Malaysia but criticized the Philippines as an investment destination.


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Piolo Pascual told to keep mum on quitting

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Open call for proposals: 2015 exhibition venue grants

The Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Visual Arts and Museum Division is accepting proposals for the 2015 Venue Grant Program.

Mighty turns 69

Mighty Corp., the Philippines’ oldest cigarette maker, on Friday marked its 69th anniversary as it vowed to buy more local

Rockwell Primaries pops up in SM Megamall

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Asia-Pacific to be major draw for International Oil and Gas Players

Returning to occupy an impressive 36,000 square meters of exhibition space at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands from December 2-5, OSEA is currently priming