2015: a year for awareness and action beyond borders By Cirilo P. Noel December 29, 2014

THOSE with their ears to the ground may have got the sense that 2015 holds promise, while also realizing that extracting that potential will not be straightforward.

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The six traits of digital-ready CIOs By Warren R. Bituin December 22, 2014

IN A WORLD fueled by rapid-fire innovation and technological evolution, progressive Chief Information Officers (CIO) are seeing more opportunities

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The OECD action plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting By Fidela I. Reyes and Margarita Mallari-Acaban December 15, 2014

IN TAX, the latest global buzzword is “BEPS” or base erosion and profit shifting. BEPS refers to the practice of multinational corporations (MNCs)

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Leveraging Filipino talent: Going global without leaving home By Arnel F. De Jesus December 9, 2014

IN DAYS when Makati was still a 9-to-5 city, taxis knew their best chance at a late-night passenger would be outside the SGV & Co.

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Making room for the Millennial traveler By Jose Pepito E. Zabat III and Marites G. Babalcon-Lontabo November 24, 2014

MARKETERS like to coin terms for demographic groups as a means of qualitatively defining them. We’ve heard of “Baby boomers” and “Gen X” for people born in particular decades.

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Financial reporting: A challenge to SMEs By Sherwin V. Yason November 10, 2014

SMALL AND MEDIUM-sized enterprises (SMEs) vary in size and type across countries and industries; despite these differences,

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New accounting for bearer plants costs By Reginaldo B. Mundo November 3, 2014

IN LAST WEEK’S article we explained how agricultural companies have to account for the costs of bearer plants or the aggregate of planting costs prior to harvest.

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