A subsidiary of a consortium headed by business tycoon Manuel V. Pangilinan will conduct a feasibility study for a third bridge that will link mainland Cebu to Mactan island, Cebu Gov. Hilario Davide III said yesterday. Davide said the Capitol and Cordova town will sign an agreement with Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. (MPTC) for the [...]
By Desiree Caluza
, Vincent Cabreza
Businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan is bringing Maynilad’s experts to the summer capital, hoping to invest in the improvement of the city’s potable water supply, a spokesperson for one of his companies said here on Monday.
By Jonas Panerio
The stage is nearly set for the successful hosting of the Fiba Asia Men’s Championship as Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas president Manuel V. Pangilinan along with Metro Manila Development Authority Chairman Francis Tolentino, and the representatives of the cities of Makati, Manila, and Pasay forged a covenant last Friday that will ensure the successful staging [...]
By Desiree Caluza
Manuel V. Pangilinan, chair of Philex Mining Corp., said his company has not been required by the government to clean the mine wastes that may have reached the San Roque Dam in Pangasinan when its tailings dam in the firm’s Benguet mine site broke down on Aug. 1 last year.
By Doris C. Bongcac
Business tycoon Manuel V. Pangilinan is planning to venture into power generation in the Visayas and Mindanao.
By Gil C. Cabacungan
, Michael Lim Ubac
A top businessman on Wednesday called on Malacañang to include the private sector in mapping out fresh antipoverty programs as lawmakers blamed income inequality for chronic poverty amid robust economic growth.
By Jasmine W. Payo
It looks like tycoon Manuel V. Pangilinan has patched things up with Ateneo de Manila University barely two months after their celebrated breakup.
In September 2012, businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan ended his long-term relationship with his alma mater, Ateneo de Manila University, due to differences on key issues.
Recent stories and opinion pieces, including in this newspaper, have speculated on the relationship between businessman Manuel V. Pangilinan and the Philippine Daily Inquirer. We wish to state for the record that:
(Here’s the full transcript of Manuel V. Pangilinan’s letter, which was posted online by Denis Lucindo, Philex vice president for business development)
By Daxim L. Lucas
“It’s time to call it a day.”
President Benigno Aquino III on Friday inspected the flooded plains of four provinces in Central Luzon, revisiting decades-old plans to build a multipurpose dam after observing that 25 percent of the villages in Tarlac, his home province, was flooded because of this week’s torrential monsoon rains.
There is something in everyone that drives them to succeed despite the odds. Our dream interviewee was propelled by his ambition and nationalism to improve his country’s economy.