By Cheche V. Moral
Sheri Mccoy has a warm, easy smile, her fine features framed by soft waves of short, blonde hair. Today she’s dressed in a vibrant coral shift with matching three-quarter-length cardigan, and an earrings-and-necklace set. They’re Avon, she tells us of her jewelry, and so are her lipstick and makeup. McCoy looks quite the [...]
This holiday season, Americans may not spend their green unless they see more red.
Emily’s PostBy Emily Marcelo
My boyfriend and I have been living together for six years. I am 36 and he is 37. We are business partners, manufacturing food products that are exported abroad. We both started it, but I have the majority stake while he is my industrial partner.
Once upon a time a poisonous cane toad lived in the South Sea Islands, unloved and unwanted. Condemned as an ecological disaster, the Australian army was even deployed to get rid of it.
By Julliane Love de Jesus
Most Filipinos are in search for, not just a house, but a property they can call “home.” Owning a space for families and young professionals is more than just a monetary investment – it is one that hopes to last for a lifetime.
Cover StoryBy Tina Arceo-Dumlao
From her modest, uncluttered office at the executive floor of the BDO South Tower on Makati Ave., Teresita Sy-Coson commands a grand view of the bustling Makati central business district.
By Carissa Villacorta
Their dad calls them his “dalaga,” a term of endearment quaintly Filipino that not only describes a woman coming of age, but a young lady in full bloom, a woman finally making her own choice and fording her own path.
Born of a poor family in Xiamen, China, Henry Sy Sr. has come a long way from selling shoes from a small store in Quiapo, Manila, to become the richest man in the Philippines with an estimated net worth of $13.2 billion as of March 2013, according to the financial Bible, Forbes Magazine.
By Antonio C. Moncupa Jr.
In June, the markets did the jerk. They danced up and down and roiled throughout the month. From its peak on May 15 to end June, stocks are about 13% lower, after falling more than 20% at its lows. The long bonds, on the other hand, are down around 12% in value after losing around 20% at its lows. And the peso hit a low of P44.17 against the dollar.
A hot cup of Ceylon tea is better known as being soothing and relaxing, but Sri Lanka is now marketing its most profitable export as a luxury boost for the libido.
By Jamie Marie Elona
Sometimes, speaking up is not enough to make things work. In business, it is necessary that one delivers with clarity, brevity and impact.