Category Archives: News

Globe Business earns certification for excellence in IT service management

Globe Telecom information and communication technology (ICT) arm Globe Business achieved another milestone as it recently earned an ISO 20000 or the Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) certification through its Technical Services Support Management Group (TSSM).

‘Holi’ Hindu Festival Manila: Know the Date and More Details About the Special Event

Hindu “festival of color” Holi will be celebrated in megacity Manila, capital of predominantly Roman Catholic Philippines, on March 20.

Coco Levy Funds Issue: Group Asks Candidates to Stop ‘Washing Their Dirty Hands’

PARTYLIST coalition Sanlakas called out all candidates vying for national positions to cease finger-pointing and politicking for “all of them are liable in varying degrees” for the much-delayed release of the 93 billion peso coco levy funds to the coconut farmers.”.

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PH set to become world’s next tourism hub

Tourism has become one of the major economic drivers in the Philippines, marked with strong, continued, and uninterrupted growth in both visitor arrivals and receipts, making the country ripe to become the world’s next tourism destination.

Obama remains in excellent health, lowers cholesterol level

President Barack Obama’s doctor says the president’s health remains excellent overall and that he has even improved from his last physical by lowering his cholesterol level and gaining muscle.

Sexual transmission of Zika more common than thought

Sexual transmission of the Zika virus is more common than previously thought, the World Health Organization said Tuesday, citing reports from several countries.

Bill Cosby’s wife says she never read sex assault deposition

The wife of Bill Cosby has testified she never read a deposition in which her husband acknowledged he gave sedatives to women he was planning to have sex with.

50 Cent expected in bankruptcy court to explain cash piles

Rapper 50 Cent is expected in a Connecticut courtroom to explain photos of him with piles of cash to the judge in his bankruptcy case.

Philippine rebel warns IS may gain from autonomy delay

The head of a Philippine Muslim rebel group has warned that the Islamic State group could gain from frustrations following the failure of the Philippine Congress to pass an autonomy bill as part of a peace agreement.

New rancor, tough talk in Clinton-Sanders Democratic debate

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tangled aggressively in a Democratic presidential debate Sunday night over trade, Wall Street influence and more, with Clinton accusing him of turning his back on the auto industry and Sanders countering that Clinton’s friends on Wall Street had “destroyed this economy.”
It was a marked change in tone for the two Democrats, signaling Sanders’ increasingly difficult effort to slow the party’s front-runner. Both candidates frequently interrupted one another and accused each other of misrepresenting their records.