Poe open to charter change, bares economic advisers

Sen. Grace Poe says she has formed a council of economic advisers who come from business circles and the academe.

Roxas on MRT woes: 'We did all that we can do'

"We did all that we could do given what we could do at that time."

Mar Roxas open to tax reform but...

Heeding the calls for tax reform is something administration standard-bearer Mar Roxas is open to, but not at the present time.

Mga pabor sa mas mababang income tax, nag-protesta

Never say die.

'Hindi pa-pogi': Angara still pushing for lower income tax

MANILA - Senator Sonny Angara is not giving up on the proposed bill to bring down income tax rates, despite the lack of support from the President and members of the House of Representatives.

DTI forms investigation panel amid Montero acceleration issues

An investigation team has been formed to look into the incidents of alleged sudden and unintended acceleration of Mitsubishi Montero units.

Clark may be tapped as alternative airport to NAIA

The House transportation committee has explored solutions to air traffic congestion with a hearing on various issues hounding the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Cebu Pacific reveals first US destination

MANILA - Cebu Pacific will launch direct flights to Guam by March next year.

PH GDP growth seen weaker in Q3, higher gov't spending key to outlook

MANILA - Weak government spending and sluggish exports likely slowed Philippine economic growth in the third quarter from the previous three months, but the country remains on course to be one of Asia's fastest growing economies this year.

Minority still pushing for lower income tax rates

MANILA - Minority lawmakers are urging the majority of the House of Representatives to still pass a law reducing income tax rates despite the opposition of President Aquino, saying Congress can muster the two-thirds to override a presidential veto.