Daily Archive: December 7, 2017

Senate, House panels reach tax compromise on 13th month pay, bonuses

Senate, House panels reach tax compromise on 13th month pay, bonuses

Next year, the government will not tax 13th month pay and other bonuses of up to P90,000 under a compromise reached by the Senate and House panels reconciling their versions of the proposed Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act.

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NBI resumes investigation of drug trade

NBI resumes investigation of drug trade

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) can now resume investigating people suspected of involvement in the illegal drug trade.

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Stephen Sondheim, experimenter. Listen to ‘Pacific Overtures’ and ‘Forum’

Stephen Sondheim, experimenter. Listen to ‘Pacific Overtures’ and ‘Forum’

Stephen Sondheim’s music has become so familiar that it’s easy to forget how experimental it is.

As two of the lyricist-composer’s scores are performed live in Los Angeles, listeners can renew an appreciation for his willingness to break rules as he developed distinct sounds for projects literally…

Gov’t to sue maker of dengue vaccine

Gov’t to sue maker of dengue vaccine

Gov’t to sue maker of dengue vaccine

The Department of Health (DOH) is looking into the case of a 12-year-old child who contracted dengue despite being immunized with a vaccine made by the French pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur.

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Gov’t to sue maker of dengue vaccine

Gov’t to sue maker of dengue vaccine

Gov’t to sue maker of dengue vaccine

The Department of Health (DOH) is looking into the case of a 12-year-old child who contracted dengue despite being immunized with a vaccine made by the French pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur.

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Time honors ‘Silence Breakers’

Time honors ‘Silence Breakers’

Time honors ‘Silence Breakers’

The “Silence Breakers”—those who have shared their stories about sexual assault and harassment—have been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year.

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No goodbye yet for AFP chief of staff; term extended by 4 months

No goodbye yet for AFP chief of staff; term extended by 4 months

No goodbye yet for AFP chief of staff; term extended by 4 months

It’s not yet goodbye for Gen. Rey Leonardo Guerrero, the Armed Forces of the Philippines chief of staff.

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Disney adds two board members from tech world

Disney adds two board members from tech world

Walt Disney Co. has added two new directors with strong credentials in technology to its board: Safra Catz, chief executive of Oracle Corp., and Francis A. deSouza, CEO of biotech firm Illumina Inc.

Catz and deSouza will join Disney’s board Feb. 1, the company announced Thursday.

“Safra A. Catz…

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