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Businessman learns to work with a heart

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His parents had inspired and exposed him to the world of entrepreneurship. “Growing up with businessmen parents, it is important to learn how to become an entrepreneur and run the business and it is most important to learn how to nurture and encourage entrepreneurship,” said Devin Go, vice president of the family-owned Philippine Span Asia [...]

Posted: May 12th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Enterprise,Newsstand | Read More »

Globe users to get free loads

TO compensate for the recent network interruption last Monday, Globe Telecom will give away free loads to their prepaid subscribers in the affected areas including Cebu. At 1 p.m. last May 9, Globe and Touch Mobile network subscribers experienced difficulty, if not inability, to send text, make calls and surf the Internet. This occurred after [...]

Posted: May 12th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Enterprise,Newsstand | Read More »

Innoland to invest P700M for 2 new building projects

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After the success of its first mixed-use vertical project called Calyx Center at the Asiatown IT Park, a local real estate developer, Innoland Development Inc., announced its plans to invest P700 million this year to launch two new vertical projects in Cebu City. Charles Ong, chief operations officer of Innoland Development Inc., said the projects [...]

Posted: May 11th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Enterprise,Newsstand | Read More »

Globe to subscribers: Sorry for systems disruption

MAJOR telecom provider Globe Telecom apologized to their Visayas and Mindanao subscribers following a systems interruption that disrupted their broadband and mobile phone services last Monday. Yoly Crisanto, Globe Telecom Corporate Communications chief, said the fiber cut of their underwater cable that caused the interruption early in the morning was repaired at 9:40 p.m last [...]

Posted: May 11th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Enterprise,Newsstand | Read More »

Students urged to enroll in agri, electronics courses

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An education official is encouraging high school graduates to enroll in agriculture and electronics courses instead of nursing, information technology, maritime and business courses. Dr. Candelario Aytona, Commission on Higher Education (CHED-7) assistant regional director, said yesterday that Agriculture and electronics graduates are what’s needed by Central Visayas today. Aytona said that graduates of these [...]

Posted: May 11th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Enterprise,Newsstand | Read More »

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