How MRT passengers suffer

Aside from long queues and overloaded coaches, filthy toilets and defective escalators are the top concerns of MRT-3 passengers.

Why consumers should expect power rate reduction

Power coops and distributors heed government's call to lower prices amid falling world oil prices. But as Alvin Elchico reports, there will be an added charge as government implements an incentive for renewable energy companies.

New witness in Laude case comes forward

A new witness in the Jennifer Laude slay case has come forward. "Vads," a cashier who worked at the motel where Laude died, recalled the night when he found her lifeless body.

Lacson: Time to look for next PNP chief

The Philippine National Police leadership has said the police force's morale is not affected by the suspension of Director General Alan Purisima, but former PNP chief Panfilo Lacson believes otherwise.

Teditorial: Customer loyalty

Teddy Locsin Jr. gives us some Christmas trivia about reindeer in tonight's Teditorial.

DOE mulls ordering oil firms to submit price list weekly

Would you like to know where you can get the cheapest gas? Well, so does the energy department. Alvin Elchico tells us what the DOE plans to do with the info. -- ANC Business Nightly, December 16, 2014

Cebu Pacific now offering PayPal option

Passengers of Cebu Pacific can now pay for their flights via PayPal, and Filinvest Land boosts spending for its biggest project in Cebu. These and more in tonight's Corp Wrap. -- ANC Business Nightly, December 16, 2014

PH, Asian markets fall as oil sinks to new low

Philippine shares were unable to resist downward pressure from abroad Tuesday, falling after a two-day winning streak as tanking crude prices hit oil industry players. Warren de Guzman reports. -- ANC Business Nightly, December 16, 2014