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SAN MIGUEL Corp. (SMC) said on Thursday that it booked a consolidated core net income of P43.2 billion and a reported net income of P26.8 billion in 2022, without disclosing comparative figures.In a press release, it said the income figures reflected “the impact of unrealized

Movie ReviewLeonor Will Never DieWritten and Directed by Martika Ramirez EscobarLeonor (Sheila Francisco) is a retired Filipina action filmmaker who nurses a script she dreams of directing someday; meantime she receives a disconnection notice from the power company and her eldest Rudie (Bong Cabrera) schemes

PHILSTARABOITIZ Equity Ventures, Inc. (AEV) said on Thursday that the group and its subsidiaries had set a P78-billion capital spending budget for 2023 to drive investments and innovation.“By embracing a bold vision of sustainable progress, we are not only transforming our business but also making

BW FILE PHOTOPHILIPPINE NATIONAL Bank (PNB) saw its attributable net income decline by 63.55% year on year to P11.53 billion in 2022 due to the absence of one-time gains realized the previous year.The bank’s consolidated income dropped from the P31.63 billion seen in 2021, based

SHADES of John en Marsha! A new sitcom promises to give viewers a sense of nostalgia with good old-fashioned family fun (and antagonistic overtures from in-laws).The beloved long-running sitcom, which ran from 1973 to 1990 and had a number of spin-offs and movies, followed the

1 of 11FDCP gets rights to foreign titlesWITH the goal to bring world cinema and make critically acclaimed titles even more accessible to Filipino audiences, the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) has licensed the rights to four new films from Belgium, Austria, Cambodia,

RESIDENTIAL property developer Ovialand, Inc. ended 2022 with a 37% increase in net profit to P227 million from the P166 million it recorded in 2021.In a press release on Thursday, the company reported that revenues last year rose by 64% to P1.4 billion.According to the

PHILIPPINE STAR/MICHAEL VARCASTHE International Labor Organization (ILO) said 29% of workers in the healthcare, retail, security, sanitation, transportation and clerical jobs are not paid competitively relative to other industries.In its 281-page World Employment and Social Outlook report, the ILO classified workers from these occupations as