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Theirs is a job not for the faint of heart and weak of spirit. Only the strongest and bravest can take on intense heat, torrential rains, stubborn landowners, threats of armed groups, and their own physical limitations to ensure round-the-clock reliable power transmission services.

Global bottling giant Coca-Cola Femsa remains bullish on its operations in the Philippines, pushing the country to become its production hub for the ASEAN market.

There is no lack of movies that show how things can change in an instant when disasters strike – earthquakes, sudden weather disturbances, typhoons and even terror attacks.

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With more than 14 million residents, Metro Manila is definitely suffering from a space issue. This is why more and more people, families and singles alike are choosing to move into compact condominium units that provide the comforts of home and more with a manageable amount of space.

The Philippine Franchise Association (PFA), the country’s premier and only internationally recognized franchise association, will bring back to the country American franchise management expert Christopher Simnick to facilitate anew this year’s Certified Franchise Executive program, module IV, slated on July 17 to 18, 2017 at the AIM Conference Center Manila.

Big Wall Street companies are using a complicated technology called blockchain to further increase the already lightning-fast speed of international finance.

Technopreneur and young visionary Brian Cu reveals that transportation was not the primary reason they started Grab in the Philippines. “It was more of technology being applied to any industry. It took us a few thousand rides to realize we are a transport company.”

At this moment, we are witnessing an explosion of connectivity, data and innovation. As this hyper connectivity is changing the game for most businesses, customers in turn, are radically changing the rules as they demand a simpler, seamless and personalized experience at every touch point.

Local tourism is expected to contribute significantly to the country’s economic growth, driven in part by the rising number of travel-savvy millennials who are constantly on the lookout for instagram-worthy destinations.

 A selfie reveals more than whether it’s a good hair day. Facial lines and contours, droops and dark spots could indicate how well you’re aging, and, when paired with other data, could someday help determine whether you qualify for life insurance.

It’s no secret the workforce is the basic building block and the driving force behind the success of any business venture.

When Mark Zuckerberg set about developing the first Facebook prototype, he intended it initially to connect only a couple of students on his campus.

Twenty years after Gerry’s Restaurant & Bar first opened at a bustling corner of Tomas Morato in Quezon City, part owner-founder Jerome Ngo looks back with delight at how much has happened since then.