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Smart 'on track' with 5G rollout, president says

The mobile unit of PLDT Inc said it was 'assessing risks' raised against China's Huawei Technologies while making sure it was 'not too reliant' on one vendor, said Smart President Al Panlilio. → Read More

Smart boss Panlilio puts mobile customers first

Smart Communications, which is offering free YouTube access, is also encouraging non-LTE subscribers to use lifestyle apps such as cashless payment platform PayMaya and eGames, said its president, Al Panlilio. → Read More

Coconut king banks on Vitacoco, other products as firm preps for IPO

Coconut product manufacturer Axelum Resources Corp is banking on increased demand for coconut-based food and beverages as it prepares for its initial public offering in October. → Read More

BSP's Diokno: Banks' reserve requirement may be cut in September

A cut in the RRR, which would increase liquidity in the financial system, 'is always on the table,' Diokno said, adding his goal was to reduce it to 'single digit' by the end of his term. → Read More

Cisco partners with DICT to train cybersecurity professionals

Cisco Philippines managing director Karrie Ilagan said the company has evolved from a network gear vendor to a cybersecurity player because of its unique position in the tech industry. → Read More

Cisco sees disaster management as main contribution to PH

Ensuring that communications systems continue to work before and after calamities is one of the most important tasks in disaster response, said Cisco Philippines managing director Karrie Ilagan. → Read More

RCBC bank 'fighting its way back' to the top, president says

Rizal Commercial Banking Corp is regaining ground, as it recovered from the fallout of a $81 million (P4.1 billion) money laundering caper, its president said Friday. → Read More

Security Bank sees 'across the board' loan growth as BSP cuts rates

Loan growth has been 'across the board,' with credit cards and auto loans leading the expansion, said Security Bank president Sanjiv Vohra. → Read More

Italy aims to boost culture, tourism exchange with Philippines

Italy is working on launching direct flights between Rome and Manila, which will help spur travel between the two cities and benefit over 160,000 Filipinos in Italy, Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs Manlio di Stefano said in an exclusive interview with ANC’s The Boss. → Read More

Italy seeks stronger agri ties with Philippines, envoy says

Italy produces goods that are not made in the Philippines as well technologies in food machinery and storage which can help transform the agriculture sector, Italy’s Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs Manlio di Stefano said in an exclusive interview with ANC’s The Boss. → Read More

Malaysian insurer sees big market in PH amid large population, economic growth

Malaysia's biggest insurer Etiqa, a unit of Maybank, sees a huge opportunity for insurers in the Philippines because of the country's large population and fast economic growth. → Read More

Tourism chief credits social media for visitor growth despite Boracay closure

Social media was a big factor in the unexpected growth of the tourism sector last year despite the six-month closure of Boracay, Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said on Thursday. → Read More

Boracay closure was 'blessing in disguise' says Tourism chief

The country's tourism chief said that Boracay's closure led travelers to discover other equally interesting destinations in the country. → Read More

Tourism chief credits social media for visitor growth despite Boracay closure

Social media was a big factor in the unexpected growth of the tourism sector last year despite the six-month closure of Boracay, Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said on Thursday. → Read More

Oreo maker Mondelez sinks teeth into Pinoys' growing snacking appetite

Global snack giant Mondelez International said it sees robust demand in the Philippines for its cookies and chocolates as Filipinos eat 'about six meals a day and snack in between meals'. → Read More

Filipinos in Hong Kong unfazed by protests

Filipinos in Hong Kong pressed on with the Sunday routines, unfazed by the wave of protests over an extradition law that is feared to favor Beijing. → Read More

We have a wiener: local and US sausage giants join forces

One of the largest sausage manufacturers in the US has joined forces with a local food processing giant to make its line of 'super premium' hotdogs and other products more affordable for the Philippine market. → Read More

ENGIE sees 'groundswell' towards renewables as businesses turn green

French multinational energy player ENGIE said the global transition towards clean energy was seeing a 'groundswell' as businesses themselves embrace renewables. → Read More

PH ahead in involving women in peacekeeping missions: UN official

The Philippines is ahead of other countries in terms of involving women in peacekeeping missions, according to an official of the UN agency that monitors ceasefires and oversees armistice agreements. → Read More

Chile bets on digital to reach trading partners in Asia: envoy

Distance may soon become irrelevant as digitalization could bring Chile closer to its trading partners in Asia, the South American nation's envoy said Thursday. → Read More