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A call to upgrade Philippine business education

 With the advent of a strong economy, comes a new challenge to strengthen business education about business and real estate professionals. Click here for insights into the Philippine real estate market.

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine Council of Deans and Educators in Business (PCDEB) is holding its 14th Annual Convention and the 8th Business Education Industry Summit in February, to further enhance the delivery of quality business education in the Philippines and to strengthen it in line with the upcoming ASEAN Integration in 2015.

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Change your passwords NOW: Heartbleed Internet Bug

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Chamber of Thrift banks take on SME sector enabler role

The Chamber of Thrift Banks (CTB) is taking active steps to help the small medium enterprise (SMEs) realize the benefits of a financially integrated Asean economic community (AEC) in 2015.
CTB President Jose Teodoro K. Limcaoco, also the president of BPI Family Savings Bank, said. 

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Intriguing Cedric Lee

By now, the case with Vhong Navarro and the mauling case he had been involved in has still not gone to a close and is going to a rather ugly legal battle.  Who is this mysterious Cedric Lee and where did he emerge from.

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PHL Investment Level detoriorating

By : JUN B. VALLACERA, click here for original article. 

Investment activities in the Philippines as percent of local output or gross domestic product (GDP) have fallen sharply lower to only around 20 percent of GDP the past decade from some 30 percent of GDP in the 1970s, the Manila unit of the World Bank reported on Friday.
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Father builds successful business with Php 5,000 capital


Cagayan de Oro City—His sweat drips from his forehead down to the ground as he thoughtfully adds firewood for his boiling pot of water. His skin is reddened and wrinkled by the toil of long days and nights; and his hands, hardened and calloused with years of labor.
Joel Obsid, a father of four, is accustomed to this environment. At 46 years old, Joel once worked as a medical representative. His wife is a 45-year-old office clerk, and her wage can barely support the family’s basic needs. Three of their children still live with them, all of whom are school-aged.

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Filipinos as money ‘experts’: Clueless on bonds, stocks, loans


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Products for your 10,000 peso business

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The 10,000 peso idea or dilemma

"The important thing is not being afraid to take a chance. Remember, the greatest failure is to not try. Once you find something you love to do, be the best at doing it." – Debbi Fields
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Are we busiiness competitive

by Armando O. Bartolome 

THE news is out and radio commentators are talking about it a lot, TV talk shows are discussing it and Facebook walls are full of posts about the investment-grade rating that Fitch Ratings recently gave the Philippines.
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SME contribution to Asia economy limited – Google (A commentary)

“Nobody talks of entrepreneurship as survival, but that's exactly what it is.”
                                                                   -Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop 

As I was doing my late night current events updating, I stumbled across this article from the Philippine Star.  This is really interesting and worth contemplating about.  This is not my article but I am going to attach a few of my comments.
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OFWs and Starting the 10,000 peso business.

Recently, I had a facebook chat with one of of my good friends whom I served an LDS Mission more than a decade ago.  We are good buddies and both served in the island of Mindoro Occidental, particularly the town of San Jose. After exchanging pleasantries and catching up on our personal and family situations, the conversation shifted to our livelihood.

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