The Mindset of an Entrepreneur
PHL Retains Respect of Rating Agencies
The Covid-19 pandemic has battered the Philippine economy, as well as the rest of the world. But despite the gloomy situation, the Philippines remains a bright shining star in the eyes of reputable financial institutions like Standard & Poor’s (S&P).
Road to New Normal Will be Slow But Sure
There is no quick fix to our battered economy as we reopen it. The road to the new normal and economic recovery will be long and slow but sure, as it is with the rest of the world.
Fighting to Survive
Almost two and a half months into the lockdown brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, we continue to focus on the daily announcements of new COVID-19 cases by the Department of Health (DOH). Understandably so because we need to focus on the health of our people. We want fewer afflictions and more recoveries.
News About MBV
Villar Group Turns Over PhilSports Arena to Medical Corps
MANILA, Philippines — Medical personnel from the Philippine National Police (PNP) will oversee and lead operations at Philippine Sports (PhilSports) Arena or ULTRA (University of Life Training and Recreational Arena) “We Heal As One” Center.
Villar Completes PICC Conversion Into COVID-19 Treatment Facility
The PICC quarantine facility – which has 294 patient cubicles, six nurse stations, and six houses outside the Forum building for the health workers – was turned over to the Philippine National Police (PNP) Medical Corps on April 15.
15 Filipinos on Forbes Billionaires List 2020; Villar is Richest in the Country
Fifteen Filipinos are among the richest individuals on earth, according to the Forbes Billionaire’s List for 2020. At the top is former Senator Manny Villar (70 years old) who is at number 286 with a net worth of $5.6 billion, followed by ports king Enrique Razon, 60, at number 565 with $3.4 billion.
The late Henry Sy’s children Hans (64) and Herbert (63) Sy are in a 72-way tie at 1063 with $2 billion, followed by siblings Harley (60) and Henry Sy Jr., (67 ), and Alliance Global Corp. Chair Andrew Tan (67) along with 58 others at number 1135 with $1.9 billion each.