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Phinma spinning off education venture »

CONGLOMERATE Phinma Corp. is set to spin off its education business into an independent subsidiary in preparation for further expansion and a potential stock market debut by 2017.

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Gradeschoolers learn complex ways of business »

IN A TINY classroom in a little-known community school in Metro Manila, groups of grade 1 pupils cluster around a game board, looking excited. They’re playing the BEST— Business-Expenses-Savings Training—game, a group dynamics exercise with visuals that simulate production and market places.

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Spending to dictate worthiness of 2016 budget »

Analysts said the economic impact of next year’s record P3-trillion national budget will only be felt if the government succeeds where it has failed in the last four and a half years—spending.

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Microsoft seeks to uplift communities through new OS Windows 10 »

Marking its 20th year in the Philippines, Microsoft Corporation on Wednesday vowed to improve the lives of communities through technology as it launched its newest operating system, the Windows 10, at Century City Mall in Makati City.

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Lucky twist of fate for NYC teacher »

Emma Hernandez Baltazar, 57, a former physical education (PE) teacher, did not expect to land in New York and eventually get a US citizenship without too much trouble experienced by hundreds of teachers aiming to work in American schools.

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Young champions of education »

Part two Mark Lozano 21, 4th year BS Applied Economics, De La Salle University (DLSU); founder, One Million Lights Philippines Tell us more about what you do. As country head of One Million Lights, I’m responsible for making sure that we are moving in the right direction, and that all the elements, from resource mobilization […]

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Marvin Agustin goes back to school »

Actor Marvin Agustin said he would take a break from show biz when his current drama series on ABS-CBN, “Flordeliza,” ends next month. The actor, who now owns 40 restaurants, is taking up a master’s degree in entrepreneurship at the Ateneo de Manila University. “It’s not because I want more money in the bank. It’s about self-fulfillment. I feel that I still have a lot to learn in terms of theories and processes in business.” Marinel R. Cruz

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El Gamma Penumbra to build school for budding artists »

The Filipino shadow play group El Gamma Penumbra, grand prize winner of AXN’s “Asia’s Got Talent” (AGT), has captivated the imagination of audiences so much that it has been invited to perform in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Spain and the United States.

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