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PwC’s latest CEO survey reveals how local executives are coping with technological change.
Around 45 percent of Philippine CEOs say that they plan to invest in startups as part of their strategies to adapt to disruptive technology, according to a report by accounting firm PwC Philippines.The latest CEO survey, which PwC published with the Management ...
The Facebook chairman lost about a sixth of his net worth due to Facebook's stock price.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook, lost about a sixth of his net worth this morning due to Facebook's sliding stock price. For one of the richest men in the world, that amount equated to a loss of $15.1 billion.Facebook stock ...
The traditional "Top 3" schools assert their dominance in this listing.
The image of the country’s traditional “Top 3” schools—Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University and the University of the Philippines—could stand for some improvement of late.In past years, they constituted the top college choices of many high school graduates and ...
The 56-year-old goes by DJ D-Sol in his off-hours.
This past Saturday night at the Schimanski nightclub in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the opening act for the world-famous DJ Paul Oakenfold was not what you might expect: the bald 56-year-old behind the turntables has a day job as president and co-chief operating officer ...
Majority of those with graduate degrees still opted to study abroad.
Only less than half of the chief executives of the Philippines’ 100 most valuable firms listed at the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) have a graduate degree, according to a quick look at their short biographies in company annual reports.Of the hundred CEOs ...