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San Miguel Corporation president Ramon Ang remembers his roots and gives back to his hometown.
“Batang Tondo ako eh... kumita na tayo ng konti so ibinabalik ko naman dito sa lugar kung saan ako nanggaling, which is Manila and Tondo,” said Ang in a report by ABS-CBN. (“I grew up in Tondo… We earned a little, so it’s about right to ...
 
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The conglomerate’s president and COO Ramon Ang confirmed the news himself.
While Manila Water Company’s shortage crisis continues to affect lives around the metro, San Miguel Corporation has been actively stepping up for months. On May 21, SMC president and chief operating officer Ramon Ang announced during a Petron stakeholder’s meeting that he ...
 
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2018 was one of the company's biggest years.
After more than a century in business, one of the country’s largest conglomerates, San Miguel Corp. (SMC), remains a formidable cash cow. Case in point: in 2018, the diversified business breached the P1-trillion revenue mark, two years ahead of its target.“Consolidated revenues ...
 
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Meet the exceptional industry leaders who are making a difference in their respective fields of business.
Hard work, grit, and persistence—these are the traits exhibited by the titans of industry in the Philippines.The contributions of these leaders have improved the quality of our daily lives. Cheers to these exceptional Filipinos who are making a difference in their respective ...
 
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Check out the average pay of the five highest officers of major listed companies owned by the richest Filipinos.
Much is known about how much the country’s richest tycoons are worth. A cursory look at the annually published list of top world billionaires by U.S. magazine Forbes would reveal the size of their publicly known fortunes.In building their wealth, these billionaires ...
 
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Just another manic Monday.
Mondays are usually filled with the humdrum of necessity – i.e., dragging your sleepy self to work and performing routine tasks. But the start of THIS week couldn’t get any more electrifying.To start a conversation with the cute executive assistant at the ...
 
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These tycoons and their heirs apparent help lead the Philippine economy to progress.
The Taipan: Ramon Ang, president and chief operating officer of San Miguel CorporationEducation: BS Mechanical Engineering, Far Eastern UniversityThe Empire: SMC is rooted in its food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and packing industries. It has recently ventured into a slew of corporate ...
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