CRIMINAL?

HEALTH is wealth, but for some companies, this might not hold true since for them, money, more than health, defines their wealth.

Companies are expected to be socially responsible to their stakeholders, environment and the society as a whole.

Commonly known as corporate social responsibility or CSR, the practice is a vital part in ensuring the success of a company.

It encompasses a wide variety of ways – from donating a portion of company’s proceeds to charity to volunteerism to practicing ethical labor practices.

But in the light of the recent events, some companies think that hundreds of million-peso public…

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CIA PLOT?

The signs of efforts to oust President Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte are getting clearer every passing day.  

Where these are coming from and who are behind these moves is anybody’s guess but intelligent speculations point to motivations coming from the United States of America (USA). 

Deliberate and well-orchestrated stories coming out in respected media show that the Philippine President is now subject of a well-planned, well-funded and elaborate propaganda, capitalizing on the President’s own lapses in dealing with mass media. 

The mind conditioning has started in planting the seeds of doubt on Filipinos over the President’s competence to…

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IS ANDANAR READY?

THE next 12 months of Pres. Duterte’s administration will be most crucial and a test to Malacanang’s propaganda and communications machinery in the battle for public acceptance and support.

There are reasons to believe, though, that President Duterte and his allies in Congress were anticipating this media war.

 

P2.7-B Budget

That explains why the Office of Press Secretary Martin Andanar got over P2.7-Billion this year, reportedly several times higher than the regular budget for a year given to this office during previous administrations.

Sources inside Malacanang, though, insist that this P2.7-Billion regular budget given to Andanar was…

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2016 YEAR IN REVIEW

By James Veloso and Rosemarie Señora

FULL of surprises .That in three words would best describe the year 2016.

There is no doubt however that the biggest surprise of 2016 is President Rodrigo Duterte’s landslide victory in the May elections over his more established rivals and the subsequent controversies he generated spiked by his acerbic statements and stands on various issues.

Even social media giant Facebook has listed President Duterte and the Philippine presidential elections as among the most talked about topics in the world in 2016.

In our final issue for this year, OpinYon’s Board of Editors has decided…

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WHY THE COUNTRY SINKS DEEPER INTO CORRUPTION?

EVERY new president that sits in Malacañang appoints a department head and bureau chiefs, who are indebted one way or the other to a religious group, a political party or incumbent politician, or a campaign supporter or donor.

As such, a new layer is added into the bureaucracy each time a new bureau head is appointed by the incoming department secretary with the old appointees clinging hard to their post—never mind if they are placed on floating status or in the freezer.

The expected consequence of course is a declining quality of service and failure to meet targets and objectives,…

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