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GLOBAL higher education has undergone major transformations, including the number of institutions, to methods of inquiry, and the number of students reached. Today, the discourse is focused on exploring the new role of business in higher education. It is argued that business and education can work together and collaborate with…

FRANCISCO S. TATAD

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THE conflict between government and the press is no longer simply about the proper appreciation of the facts on various issues, but rather about who is telling us the truth and who is feeding us with b.s., or fake news. In the United States, the toxic exchange between the White…

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THE discovery of Specter or Meltdown vulnerability in Intel, AMD, and ARM processor chips has set the tone for cybersecurity situation in 2018. Virtually all electronic devices that are built on these chips, the basic design of which apparently dates back to 1995, are rendered vulnerable to exploitation by attackers.…

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THE economic group under the heading of “resource extraction” can be called by another name—the “tubong lugaw” sector. Logging means clear-cutting timber stands that may have been there from time immemorial. The requirements to clear-cut forests are minimal: jumbo bulldozers to build mountain trails, giant and efficient saws, chains and…

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SAN DIEGO: In 2007, I was at brunch with friends when politics came up. And suddenly, I found myself trying to explain why I thought a political newcomer from Illinois would vanquish a crowded field of more experienced candidates and become the Democratic presidential nominee. I struggled. There was nothing…

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