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Small businesses do more than just provide character and individuality; they are the backbone of local communities.

Severe Obesity Persists, Takes High Cardiovascular Toll
Medscape - 2021-04-21
"This research highlights the high cardiovascular toll exacted by continuing failure to tackle obesity, particularly among more socio-economically deprived populations," say study authors.

Antibody rates among Black and Hispanic New Yorkers are double those of others, new estimates show.
New York Times - 2021-04-21
A study found at least a third of Black and Hispanic New York City residents had antibodies after the first wave a year ago, but only 16 percent of white New Yorkers did.

All available COVID-19 vaccines in PH distributed to vaccination sites -- NTF, DOH
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 2021-04-21
All the available COVID-19 vaccines in the country have been distributed to over 3,000 vaccination sites, government data showed on Wednesday. According to data from the

PGH favors MECQ extension if COVID-19 admissions swell
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 2021-04-21
The Philippine General Hospital (PGH) is in favor of extending the strict quarantine measures in Metro Manila and

Philippines plans buying vaccine booster shots from Moderna
Rappler - 2021-04-21
The Philippine government looks at procuring millions of booster shots from American pharmaceutical company Moderna

Singapore and Philippines trail in Asia IPOs amid SPAC boom in US
NIKKEI - 2021-04-21
The number of companies that went public in Singapore and the Philippines was lower than regional peers, with each country having only one IPO during the quarter. In contrast, Indonesia saw 12 IPOs bringing in $218 million while Thailand raised $1.

CHR urges government: Beep up health care system
Manila Bulletin - 2021-04-21
Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane." This 1966 acclaimed statement of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a civil rights leader, was reechoed by the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) as it urged the government to revisit health care programs and policies to make sure that the most marginalized members of society are not overlooked.

China Banking retail arm appoints new president
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-21
CHINA Bank Savings Inc. (CBS), the retail banking arm of China Banking Corp. (China Bank), announced that it has appointed James Christian Dee as its new Director and President. "James is very much a part of the China Bank Savings story,

Designed to support holistic health, Fitbit announces Luxe
Manila Bulletin - 2021-04-20
Fitbit today announced Fitbit Luxe(TM), a new fashion-forward fitness and wellness tracker designed to help you take a more holistic approach to your health and wellness. Luxe offers the motivation and s

P72.45-B Monde Nissin IPO gets SEC nod
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 2021-04-20
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has cleared the P72.45-billion initial public offering (IPO) planned by food manufacturing giant Monde Nissin Corp., paving the way for what could be the

LandBank loans for hog sector doubled
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
STATE-RUN Land Bank of the Philippines (LandBank) doubled the available loan window for distressed hog industry hit by the African Swine Fever (ASF) to P30 billion from P15 billion to finance hog repopulation and feed milling operations.

PHL largest initial public offering secures SEC nod
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved the P72.45-billion initial public offering (IPO) of Monde Nissin Corp., the maker of Lucky Me! Noodles, SkyFlakes biscuits, and other snacks.

SBMA tweaks work schedule to protect workers
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
Workers of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) will now follow a new timetable, which would practically entail having half of them working in the office in the morning and the other half in the afternoon.

DOJ chief, privacy body, solons, Arta support community pantries
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
COMMUNITY pantries, volunteer-driven initiatives to help people in a pandemic, on Tuesday got solid support from the Justice secretary, the privacy commission and lawmakers, among others. This, amid reports that the first of such community pantries--the one started by entrepreneur Ana Patricia Non on Maginhawa Street in QC--had been

3 cities heed call to adopt athletes
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
AT least three LGUs (local government units) are opening their doors to national athletes gearing up for the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi in November. Philippine Olympic Committee President Rep.

Xi calls for greater global economic integration, warns against decoupling
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
President Xi Jinping called for greater global economic integration and warned against decoupling while calling on the US and its allies to avoid "bossing others around." "International affairs should be conducted by way of negotiations and discussions,

Office space sector continues to show resilience
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
DESPITE the overall gloomy scenario in the economy, the office sector continued to show resilience as it posted new demand in the first quarter registering a 109,000 sq.m, up by 68 percent from 65,000 sq.

The dotted line
BusinessMirror - 2021-04-20
THE first time I saw a dotted line in an organizational chart a few years back, my manager explained that aside from their direct supervisor, the person also reports to someone else in the organization for a specific deliverable which affects a business need.

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