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January 15, 2019 10:38 AM Elections, infra push to boost PH economy in 2019 – First Metro

First Metro Investment Corporation expects economic growth and lower inflation, but a weaker peso in 2019 MANILA, Philippines – Infrastructure projects, improved consumer spending, and the upcoming elections will help boost the economy in 2019, Metrobank's investment arm First Metro Investment Corporation said on Tuesday, January 15. First Metro said the recovery 242

January 15, 2019 10:00 AM Apple COO claims Qualcomm would not sell them chips for newer iPhones – report

Apple's soured partnership with Qualcomm may have hurt its chance to release a 5G iPhone early MANILA, Philippines – In July 2018, Apple terminated its exclusive partnership with Qualcomm to have the chip-maker supply modems for its iPhones. But even before that, business between the two was somewhat on track to go bad as both companies have, over the years 232

January 10, 2019 6:11 AM Pimentel: New Bulacan airport to kick off provincial development 'domino effect'

Senate Trade and Commerce Chair Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel III today welcomed a proposal to build a new airport in Bulacan, saying the project would kick off "a domino effect" of development in the province that would provide economic opportunities for millions of Filipinos outside Metro Manila. "President Duterte is right; Metro Manila is in the ICU (intensive 107

January 9, 2019 7:00 AM #AskTheTaxWhiz: Annual submissions to the BIR

The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the documents you need to submit to the Bureau of Internal Revenue this January Yes. First, you have to submit an Inventory List of finished goods, work in progress, raw materials, supplies, and stock-in trade. The Inventory List is due every January 30. Furthermore, the self-employed and professionals (SEPs) will need to submit 112

December 19, 2018 6:38 AM PBA gives thumbs up to Ronald Tubid trade back to San Miguel

Ronald Tubid will suit up for the Beermen once again after he was traded by Columbian in exchange for Keith Agovida. The PBA approved the trade Wednesday, December 19. It could be remembered that 37-year-old, together with Rashawn McCarthy, Jay-R Reyes and a 2019 first round pick, was dealt by San Miguel in a controversial trade for the Dyip's No. 1 overall 70

December 19, 2018 3:00 AM #AskTheTaxWhiz: Deducting expenses from taxable income

The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses how to deduct expenses from taxable income If you have enough expenses, then yes. However, keep in mind that not all expenses are deductible. First, the expense has to be directly related to the conduct of business. It also has to be incurred within the taxable year. Deductible expenses include reasonable allowances 82

December 13, 2018 4:52 AM NLEX gets No. 4 pick, trades Mallari, Marcelo to Phoenix

Phoenix Fuel Masters head coach Louie Alas gets his wish of acquiring a point guard and a big man MANILA, Philippines – NLEX and Phoenix agreed to a trade deal days before the 2018 PBA Draft. The Road Warriors acquired this year's No. 4 overall pick from the Fuel Masters in exchange for guard Alex Mallari and center-forward Dave Marcelo on Thursday 68

December 13, 2018 2:41 AM U.S. believes Chinese intelligence behind Marriott hack

The hackers, who stole data of around 500 million Marriott customers, are believed to have been working for China's Ministry of State Security Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed to Fox News' Fox & Friends program that the government believes China masterminded the Marriott data theft. "We consider them a strategic competitor. They are taking actions 78

December 12, 2018 6:11 AM TNT looking for Castro backup amid Romeo trade rumors

As rumors of a Terrence Romeo trade swirl, TNT head coach Bong Ravena hopes to get a diamond in the rough in the PBA Rookie Draft This year's class of rookie hopefuls are headlined by guards Ray Parks, CJ Perez and Robert Bolick and TNT is looking to get Castro help. The KaTropa, though, do not have any picks in the first round of the draft after trading 64

December 6, 2018 1:57 AM Duterte wants to instill fear among us

In response to the incessant attacks against human rights defenders like Caloocan Bishop Pablo David, Opposition Senator Leila M. de Lima has underscored the need for the public to continue fighting for the defenseless and not be defeated by fear. De Lima, a known human rights defender, reminded that Mr. Duterte wants to instill fear among the citizenry 79