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Category: entertainmentSource: thestandard thestandardNov 4th, 2018

Grand experience, impeccable style

The opulence of Grand Hyatt Manila is now within arms’ reach with the recent exclusive viewing and grand opening of Grand Hyatt Manila Residences South Tower......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 15th, 2018

Experience our Manila Bay Suite. Share an intimate moment viewing Manila Bay’s …

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Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 11th, 2018

Mark Cuban donates $10M after Mavericks workplace probe

NBA press release The NBA today issued the following statement about the report by independent investigators regarding workplace conditions at the Dallas Mavericks, following allegations made in a Feb. 20, 2018 Sports Illustrated article: Upon learning of the allegations, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban notified the NBA and an independent investigation was launched with oversight from the league office. Anne Milgram, former Attorney General of New Jersey, a Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar at New York University School of Law, and currently Special Counsel at Lowenstein Sandler LLP, and Evan Krutoy, who spent more than 20 years as a prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and currently heads Krutoy Law, P.C., led the seven-month investigation. The league’s oversight function was led by David Anders, a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and a former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. The report was based on information gathered from 215 interviews with current and former Mavericks employees who worked for the team during the past two decades and from the evaluation of more than 1.6 million documents, including emails and other electronic documents. Following the launch of the independent investigation, the Mavericks, under Mr. Cuban’s direction, hired a new Chief Executive Officer, Cynthia Marshall, a former AT&T senior executive, who has since implemented a massive overhaul to improve the organization’s workplace culture. While the investigation was ongoing, Mr. Cuban and Ms. Marshall took a series of steps to enhance the team’s workplace policies and procedures. Under Ms. Marshall’s direction, the Mavericks have replaced or added several new leadership positions in the organization, including a new head of Human Resources, a Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, a head of Diversity & Inclusion and a new General Counsel. The Mavericks also instituted mandatory “Respect in the Workplace” training for all employees and ownership; created a confidential hotline for employees to share concerns, issues or allegations of misconduct; and established employee resource teams and an external advisory council to ensure a more diverse and collaborative work environment. Ms. Milgram’s and Mr. Krutoy’s extensive investigation, with full cooperation from Mr. Cuban and the Mavericks organization, resulted in a detailed understanding of the scope and substance of the issues. Among the investigation’s key findings: - The investigation substantiated numerous instances of sexual harassment and other improper workplace conduct within the Mavericks organization over a period spanning more than twenty years. - Among other things, the investigation found:     - Improper workplace conduct toward fifteen female employees by the Mavericks’ former President and CEO Terdema Ussery, including inappropriate comments, touching, and forcible kissing;     - Improper workplace conduct by former Mavericks ticket sales employee Chris Hyde, including inappropriate comments to women of a sexual nature, the viewing and sharing of pornographic images and videos, unsolicited and unwanted sexual advances, and violent and threatening outbursts toward co-workers; and     - Two acts of domestic violence perpetrated by former Mavs.com reporter Earl Sneed, including one against a team employee. - The investigators concluded that Mavericks’ management was ineffective, including a lack of compliance and internal controls, and that these shortcomings permitted the growth of an environment in which acts of misconduct and the individuals who committed them could flourish.  In particular, the investigators found:         - The Mavericks executive leadership team failed to respond adequately and committed a significant error in judgment by retaining Mr. Sneed following his domestic violence incidents; and         - The Mavericks’ executive leadership team was responsible for allowing Mr. Hyde to remain employed with the organization despite his inappropriate and problematic behavior, and failed adequately to address his various acts of misconduct.         - The investigators found no evidence that Mr. Cuban was aware of Mr. Ussery’s misconduct.  None of the 215 witnesses who were interviewed stated that they informed Mr. Cuban of Mr. Ussery’s actions, the investigators found no documentary evidence of such a communication, and Mr. Cuban stated that he did not know about the conduct.   The investigation report also contains a series of recommendations for changes to the Mavericks’ organization, including:     - Increasing the number of women on staff, including in leadership positions;     - Enhancing formal reporting processes for victims of misconduct;     - Implementing regular anonymous employee surveys to evaluate workplace culture; and     - Expanding and improving the Mavericks’ Human Resources department and instituting clear protocols for investigating workplace misconduct. The report confirms that several of these steps have already been taken, including the hiring of Ms. Marshall and other new senior female leaders, and notes that “we heard from employees of a sea change in the professional environment at the Mavericks that began almost immediately following” the publication of the Sports Illustrated article. In recognition of the institutional and other failures set forth in the report, Mr. Cuban has agreed to contribute $10 million to organizations that are committed to supporting the leadership and development of women in the sports industry and combating domestic violence.  These organizations will be selected by an advisory council of leaders from the Mavericks, including Mr. Cuban and Ms. Marshall, and the NBA, including President of Social Responsibility & Player Programs Kathy Behrens, President of Team Marketing & Business Operations and Chief Innovation Officer Amy Brooks, and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Oris Stuart. Additionally, the NBA is requiring the Mavericks to:         - Provide the league office with quarterly reports regarding the recommendations set forth in the report and their implementation;         - Immediately report to the league office any instances or allegations of significant misconduct by any employee;         - Continually enhance and update annual “Respect in the Workplace” training for all staff, including ownership; and         - Implement a program to train all staff, including ownership, on issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual harassment. “The findings of the independent investigation are disturbing and heartbreaking and no employee in the NBA, or any workplace for that matter, should be subject to the type of working environment described in the report,” said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. “We appreciate that Mark Cuban reacted swiftly, thoroughly and transparently to the allegations first set forth in Sports Illustrated – including the immediate hiring of Cynthia Marshall as CEO to effect change, but as Mark has acknowledged, he is ultimately responsible for the culture and conduct of his employees. While nothing will undo the harm caused by a select few former employees of the Mavericks, the workplace reforms and the $10 million that Mark has agreed to contribute are important steps toward rectifying this past behavior and shining a light on a pervasive societal failing -- the inability of too many organizations to provide a safe and welcoming workplace for women.” Following the allegations made in the Sports Illustrated article, the NBA conducted a thorough review of its existing policies and procedures related to respect in the workplace, and required all NBA teams to do the same. In addition, the league established a confidential leaguewide hotline for team and league employees to report workplace misconduct including, but not limited to, sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation.  While many of the recommendations contained in the investigation report are already part of established practice at the league office, any that are not will shortly be adopted. The report of the independent investigation is available here......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 19th, 2018

Bruce Bowen to celebrate NBA Finals with fans in the Philippines

NBA PH press release MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The National Basketball Association (NBA) today announced that three-time NBA Champion Bruce Bowen will visit the Philippines to celebrate the NBA Finals with Filipino fans.  As part of his trip, Bowen will attend two NBA Finals viewing parties for fans hosted by NBA broadcast partner Solar and participate in NBA Cares community outreach efforts. “I look forward to visiting the Philippines to enjoy the NBA Finals alongside Filipino fans,” said Bowen. “I’ve heard so much about the Philippines and their basketball fandom, and I can’t wait to experience it for myself.” Bowen will attend the viewing parties hosted by NBA broadcast partner Solar for Games 1 and 2 of the 2018 NBA Finals on June 1 and 4 at the Eastwood City Mall Activity Center and Buffalo Wild Wings in Glorietta 2 respectively. Bowen will also appear on #NBAStreamSquad, a digital show featuring local influencers that will preview the NBA Finals. Fans can catch Bowen and the #NBAStreamSquad live on June 3 at the Eastwood City Mall Activity Center and on the NBA Philippines Facebook page on May 31 and June 3. As part of NBA Cares efforts, Bowen will also help lead a basketball clinic with 40 boys and girls at the NBA-revitalized basketball court at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines College of Engineering on June 2. Bowen, a 6’7” forward from California, was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Miami Heat in 1997. A three-time NBA champion with the San Antonio Spurs, he was selected to the NBA All-Defensive First Team from 2004-2008 and Second Team from 2001-2003.   The 2018 NBA Finals will be televised beginning June 1 in the Philippines on ABS-CBN, S+A, Basketball TV and NBA Premium TV, and will also be available on NBA League Pass. For all the latest news and updates on the NBA, visit www.nba.com, download the NBA app and follow the NBA on Facebook and Twitter......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 28th, 2018

Sky offers access to two of the world s biggest sporting events

Filipinos no longer have to miss out on the biggest sporting action across the world –the NBA Playoffs and the FIFA World Cup –as SKY offers subscribers access to these events via online streaming and pay-per-view. “SKY is dedicated to stay true to its core mission of bringing the world closer to Filipinos by offering premium sports coverage. With the special offers, we’re confident we can engage and expose more SKY subscribers to the world of sports,” James Dumlao, SKY’ head of programming said. Basketball fans can enjoy watching up to 1,400 NBA games and experience an optimized viewing with live stats and a mobile view feature that allows fans to zoom in on the action on the NBA League Pass, which SKY subscribers can get at a special offer of only P499/month as compared to the regular P699/month offer. Interested subscribers can avail of the NBA League Pass by downloading the NBA app through the App Store or Google Play Store. Besides the daily games that subscribers can catch anytime on any gadget via online streaming, this year’s Playoffs is also exciting, with the mix of NBA's rising stars and veteran players on the court. Some of the rising stars that are expected to command the crowd’s attention include Utah’s Donovan Mitchell, Boston’s Jayson Tatum, and Portland’s Damian Lillard, among many others. Meanwhile, football aficionados can witness a round-the-clock live coverage of the FIFA World Cup in high definition at home via SKY Football Season Pass beginning in June. From June 14 to July 15, SKY subscribers will witness intense matches from the greatest soccer players around the world in Russia. Saudi Arabia and Russia will go head-to-head on the first day of the tournament, while big favorites Portugal and Spain will face off on the second day in Sochi. Lionel Messi is also on the radar as fans follow his journey in this year’s cup if he can finally include the World Cup on his list of achievements, while injured star player Neymar continues to raise speculations if he can be fit enough to power Brazil to a sixth World Cup title. Subscribers who will avail of the SKY Football Season Pass until June 30 will also have the chance to win an iPhone X and other amazing prices from Power Mac Center. Interested subscribers can register to the commercial-free, 24/7 coverage of the World Cup as early as now to grab the P799 pay-per-view offer –a special discount from the original P999 price. The promo ends on May 31. Visit mysky.com.ph for more details. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abscbnpr.com......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 7th, 2018

Finals loss just a bump in the journey — Magnolia

By Michael Angelo S. Murillo Senior Reporter AS CLICHÉ as it sounds, the Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok are viewing their recent campaign in the PBA Philippine Cup as more of the journey than the destination; that the experience they had in it should only serve to make them stronger as they continue to make their […] The post Finals loss just a bump in the journey — Magnolia appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsApr 9th, 2018

Some TV-movie rules and practices no longer apply

Time was when the TV-movie production scene was dominated by the "major" film studios and TV networks. Each dominant organization had a stable of contract talents, whose respective legions of fans felt obliged to patronize their starrers, thus enhancing the studios' power and cachet. The setup was fine and dandy for the entrenched power players involved, but less influential producers and the viewing public were sometimes left out. Viewers had to adjust their schedules and viewing preferences to suit the studios and networks' plans. After a while, with the entry of more competitive new players and many amazing technological innovations, viewers finally realized that they had ...Keep on reading: Some TV-movie rules and practices no longer apply.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 16th, 2018

Globe rolls out more than 1M broadband lines ahead of schedule

Globe Telecom deployed over the last two years more than 1 million new broadband lines, enabling more customers to enjoy video-streaming content. This places the telecommunications provider at half point of its goal of rolling out 2 million new broadband lines by 2020 in line with its commitment of creating an internet superhighway. On top of expanding coverage and enhancing capacities for mobile, Globe is also determined on developing its wired broadband coverage in a bid to enhance customers' quality of experience. In terms of wired broadband facilities, Globe was able to deploy fiber broadband in 12 cities in Metro Manila as well as in 19 provinces nationwide. Majority o...Keep on reading: Globe rolls out more than 1M broadband lines ahead of schedule.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 2nd, 2018

The Mindanao Trust Fund: Supporting Reconstruction and Development in Conflict-affected areas in Mindanao

MAGUINDANAO – Conflict-affected communities in Mindanao are among the poorest in the Philippines suffering from poor infrastructure and lack of basic services, including education and health, weak local governance, and minimal private sector investment, according to a report by the World Bank. It said insecurity has been a major challenge. Frequent armed clashes driven by multiple and inter-related forms of conflict—insurgent groups, clan disputes, and quasi-ideological criminal banditry—have created severe economic dislocation and displacement of people. Armed conflict and poverty are inextricably linked. The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), one of the most heavily conflict-affected regions, has poverty incidence of 52.9 percent, almost double the national average. Based on the peace deal with the Philippine government in 2012, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) is expected to transition into a social and political movement. One of the key challenges for a successful transition is to help the MILF build development planning, budgeting, and public administration skills within its ranks. The Mindanao Trust Fund or MTF works to enhance access to services and economic opportunities and build social cohesion while enhancing the capacity of local institutions in conflict-affected areas. It supports the Bangsamoro Development Agency (BDA), the development arm of the MILF. Based on a 2001 agreement between the Government of the Philippines and the MILF, the BDA is tasked to determine, lead, and manage relief, rehabilitation, and development projects in the conflict-affected areas. It’s a unique project that enables various stakeholders—government, the World Bank, and other development partners—to work with a revolutionary movement in delivering development results even before the signing of a final peace agreement. With an enhanced role of women, the program helps the BDA to deliver community development and income-generating subprojects in communities. This enhances access to basic services such as clean water, roads and day care centers. BDA also works to strengthen community enterprises for employment and income generation. The community-based approach brings people from different groups—Muslims, Christians, and Indigenous Peoples—together for the common good, building social cohesion and trust. Over time the program has expanded beyond community development to assist the BDA to develop skills in macro-development planning. A broad package of engagement complements the MTF promoting inclusive growth across Mindanao. For example, US$121 million for farm-to-market roads in Mindanao is included in the nation-wide PRDP while the National Community Driven Development Project is financing US$190 million for CDD activities in Mindanao. Over a decade, 650,000 people (52% of whom are women) in 284 villages have benefitted from 641 subprojects financed by the MTF. The subprojects have included water systems, community centers, sanitation facilities, access roads, post-harvest facilities, and farming and fishing equipment. Eighty-six percent of the beneficiaries say that the project reflected their needs. The subprojects have reduced travel time to market, increased agricultural productivity, reduced post-harvest costs, and increased access to basic services such as clean water. Beneficiaries of income-generating subprojects reported a 10 to 20 percent increase in incomes. About 330,383 women beneficiaries learned skills in community planning and implementation. And 42 community enterprises in 11 villages have been trained in business development to generate sustainable employment and income. The Bangsamoro Development Agency has evolved from a small group of volunteers with no development experience to a leading development agency in Mindanao with 300 staff across seven regional management offices. BDA cooperates with multiple national and international partners, including JICA, WFP, and UNICEF. Bangsamoro Development Plan: the MTF provided technical assistance to help the BDA formulate the first comprehensive economic development blueprint prepared by a non-state armed group. Under the Alternative Learning System project, about 1,832 former combatants, housewives and out-of-school youth reported increased confidence because of improved reading, writing and numeracy abilities. These contributed to their more active participation in community meetings, stronger support for their children’s schoolwork, and better fair farm pricing transactions in city markets. The MTF has remained an important mechanism for consolidating peace and development in Mindanao. Beyond the impact of subprojects at the community level, the program’s ability to converge government and international support to empower Bangsamoro people and institutions to lead in community development seeks to lay the foundation for future sustainable and inclusive development in the Bangsamoro. The program fostered social cohesion by creating spaces for dialogue between Muslims, Christians, and Indigenous Peoples, as well as a diverse mix of local, regional, and national institutional actors. In many remote locations, the project provided the only opportunity for different groups to interact. The increased familiarity built mutual understanding—the basis of trust. Project policies also ensured active and meaningful participation of indigenous peoples and women, who are often otherwise marginalized from decision-making processes at the village level. The participative approach fostered social unity and built trust among stakeholders. In tri-people communities, minority groups shared better understanding and more harmonious relations with Muslims due to the consensus-building nature of CDD/CDR. While residents of remote communities—who had had little to no government access—disclosed growing trust towards government institutions at the end of the project due to the assistance provided by officials. The Bank’s technical and analytical support through the MTF and other engagements supporting peace and development in Mindanao have produced a significant body of literature that helps inform policy dialogues among various stakeholders. For instance, the Land Conflict study prepared for the Transitional Justice and Reconciliation Commission provides short- and medium-term recommendations that can help address land conflict in Mindanao. Also, the Public Expenditure Review in […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsJan 26th, 2018

Perky plot twists make ‘Coco’ an eventful and exhilarating viewing experience

Most American animated feature films are set in the good, old US of A, and tell stories that W.A.S.P.s can delightedly relate to. In more recent film seasons, however, more movies for the kiddie and family audience have been made that vivify foreign cultures and ways of life---a more expansive and all-embracing move that should go a long way in making viewers less parochial and insular, and willing to understand and empathize with people who look and behave differently from them. The latest full-length animation in this regard is "Coco," which for the first time makes Mexico's traditional Dia de los Muertos interesting and instructive for viewers all over the world. This is ...Keep on reading: Perky plot twists make ‘Coco’ an eventful and exhilarating viewing experience.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 4th, 2017

Films you want to watch this year

20th Century Fox welcomes 2017 with a loud crow heralding its thrilling movie line-up set to immerse the audience anew in a series of unprecedented movie viewing experience......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJan 18th, 2017

OWWA Launches OFW e-CARD

Enhancing the delivery of government services to overseas Filipino workers, the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), an attached agency of the labor department, launched the OFW e-CARD. “The OWWA OFW e-CARD is a response to the directive of President Rodrigo Duterte to further serve our modern heroes–the OFWs,” said Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III during […].....»»

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‘Do more for earth’

Countries need to put highest priority on environmental sustainability for investments in development, according to a study by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Enhancing welfare across generations and sustaining a clean environment are the hallmarks of a high quality of growth and the basis for the new global development agenda, the Manila-headquartered multilateral said. The […].....»»

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Kaito Tsukada rules Asian karting leg

Kaito Tsukada used his outstanding experience in the highest levels of Japanese karting to overwhelm the opposition in the third leg of the Asian Karting Open Championships at the Clark International Speedway track in Pampanga over the weekend......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 14th, 2018

DTI CHIEF PROMOTES ASEAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: JOINS ASEAN MINISTERS IN SIGNING E-COMMERCE AGREEMENT, IN ENHANCING AGREEMENTS ON SERVICES TRADE AND INVESTMENT

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Ramon Lopez joined other ASEAN Economic Ministers (AEM) at the Preparatory AEM Meeting and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Council during 11-12 November in Singapore. In this event, the ministers signed the ASEAN E-Commerce Agreement; announced the conclusion of the negotiations for the ASEAN Trade in Services Agreement […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  boholnewsdailyRelated NewsNov 14th, 2018

Young Pinoy booters cherish FC Barcelona experience

Ten lucky kid footballers took part in a once-in-a-lifetime experience of training in Barcelona, Spain under the tutelage of esteemed FC Barcelona Youth Academy coaches. The kids returned to Manila recently after their global training camp that ran from November 4 to 12 and happily shared their memorable experiences, meeting other young athletes from around the world and ultimately watching their football heroes play live. “We’ve made a lot of friends there and learned a lot of things from our coaches. It was a memorable experience for us,” said Jelena Loren Soon of Singapore School Cebu and a member of the USPC Panthers and Cebu Elite Girls Team, who was the only girl in the batch that flew to Spain through the joint initiative of FC Barcelona and Milo. Soon was joined by Lien Dale Manuel, Alexander David Villarosa, Breindel Medina, Heaven Andrei Teodosio, Tristan Ybanez, Juan Pablo Unlay, Dylan Wong, Carlo Bongocan and Daniel Cagaanan  in the press conference held for the kids on Wednesday.   The Pinoy booters were carefully chosen by an expert panel from Milo, Cebu Football Association and FCB Academy in Cebu from almost 240 participants in Cebu last September.   The junior booters were immersed in a series of training sessions both on the pitch of Ciutat Esportivo, the home of La Maisa, FCB’s youth academy, and in the classroom at Camp Nou. The Filipinos joined other young delegates from Chile, Colombia, Jamaica, Malaysia, Maldives, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela. There, coaches instilled to the young booters the Barca methodology of creative passing and attacking while underscoring the importance of positive values. The Filipinos also played a friendly match against young players of Fundacion Marcet Football Academy. The game was played in four quarters with the Pinoy representatives winning the final frame, 4-0.      But the ultimate experience for these young athletes was their exclusive training with former Brazil and Barca player and legend, Juliano Belleti, capped by watching Lionel Messi and Barca play live against Betis in their La Liga duel.       As an added treat, the kids were given a chance to visit the FC Barcelona locker room – a unique and unforgettable experience. “Milo hopes that these young delegates will continue to work hard and aspire to be the best version of themselves,” said Milo Philippines Consumer Marketing Manager. “We also hope that these kids can share their experience and learnings to help uplift Philippine football and build ambition for others to reach their dreams.”   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 14th, 2018

Miss International 2013 Bea Rose Santiago opens up about sexual harassment

Following a series of beauty contestants’ confessions about their experience being sexually harassed, another beauty pageant model spoke up on her experiences even before she entered the world of pageantry. Bea Rose Santiago of Miss International 2013 on Facebook said that incidents of sexual harassment happen not just in pageants as she was a victim […] The post Miss International 2013 Bea Rose Santiago opens up about sexual harassment appeared first on Interaksyon......»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsNov 14th, 2018

Hot Stuff: Art And Science Meet To Bring You A One-Of-A-Kind Concert Experience!

The National Geographic: Symphony for Our World happens this November 30.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 13th, 2018

A true culinary savant, Chef Hirofumi Imamura is a master of kaiseki. He earned …

A true culinary savant, Chef Hirofumi Imamura is a master of kaiseki. He earned the highly coveted Michelin star during his time in Hong Kong and has moved here in the country to serve the most luxurious omakase experience in Entertainment City. Be a part of this one-of-a-kind gustatory affair from November 17 to 30… link: A true culinary savant, Chef Hirofumi Imamura is a master of kaiseki. He earned ….....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 13th, 2018