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AI can help with early cancer detection, says tech firm

MANILA – Artificial intelligence can help bring down the number of cancer deaths through early detection of the disease, an official of a AI technology company said on Monday. Healthcare is just one of the many applications of AI, spanning ...

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45,000 engineering positions open to fresh grads

Good news for graduating engineering students. Tens of thousands of engineering positions are open to fresh graduates in various companies in the country. Raphael Bosano tells us more. – Business Nightly, ANC, March 9, 2018 Let’s block ads! (Why?) Business

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4 sa 5 kompanya, 'di bukas' sa pag-hire ng K-12 graduates: survey

Hindi pa handa ang maraming kompanya para bigyan ng trabaho ang mga senior high school graduate, ayon sa ilang industry experts.     Isa itong malaking dagok lalo na’t higit 1 milyong senior high school students ang magtatapos ngayong Abril, na kabilang ...

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Why You Should Never Miss a Credit Card Payment

MANILA – It’s that dreaded time of the month: your credit card bill arrives, and you aren’t sure if you can pay off your total balance. You have other priorities on your budget, so missing a payment becomes a tempting ...

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AR startup Magic Leap raises $461 million from Saudi Arabia fund

Magic Leap, a secretive startup working in the augmented reality space, said on Wednesday it raised $ 461 million in its latest funding round, led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s sovereign investment arm. The company said it raised $ ...

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Businesses say manpower costs go up due to many holidays

Businesses are already complaining of rising manpower costs due to numerous holidays in the country. Lawmakers, however, are looking at adding another holiday in the calendar. – The World Tonight, ANC, March 8, 2018 Let’s block ads! (Why?) Business

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Rebooking, transfers eyed for travelers during Boracay shutdown: DOT official

MANILA – The planned shutdown of Boracay will have measures in place to protect travelers who have already booked their vacation on the island, the Department of Tourism (DOT) said Thursday.  DOT Assistant Secretary Frederick Alegre clarified that there is ...

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Singil ng Meralco sa Marso, nagbabadyang tumaas ng P0.75/kWh

Tataas ang singil ng Meralco kasabay ng lalong pag-init ng lagay ng panahon. Papatak sa electric bill sa Marso ang tinatayang P0.75-P0.77 kada kilowatt hour (kWh) na dagdag sa singil sa kuryente, ayon kay Joe Zaldarriaga, tagapagsalita ng Meralco. Kasama ...

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Rappler faces tax evasion complaint

MANILA – The Bureau of Internal Revenue said Thursday it filed a tax evasion complaint against the holding company of news website Rappler, its president, Maria Ressa, and another official. The BIR cited Rappler Holdings Corp for alleged “willful attempt ...

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US trade deficit hits 9-year high on falling exports

People walk in the rain while the New York skyline and the One World Trade Center are seen from Exchange Place in New Jersey, US Wednesday. Eduardo Munoz, Reuters WASHINGTON – The US trade deficit swelled in January to its ...

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