In an interview with an ABS-CBN News team, Morales said she may even run for an elective post, if sufficiently provoked to change her mind, with of course an anti-corruption platform, among other things. Otherwise, she will join, if not head, a non-government organization. Watch more in iWantv or TFC.tv Either way, she said she would remain as feisty as ever. She wasn’t cut for politics, she said in the interview, but in the same breath she readily dished out a line from a 1960’s song “Just in case you change your mind” by Bobby Darin when asked about her plans after retirement. She is now 77, she said. She would turn 81 in the next elections in 2022, still younger than Mahathir Mohamad who was re-elected as Prime Minister of Malaysia at 92, she giggled. Doors closed, windows open “Have you heard that song: ‘Just in case you change your mind’? I might change my mind but I’m firmly not for politics. You can still serve the public … [Read more...] about Carpio Morales: ‘I did my best; if public is unhappy, so be it’
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MANILA -- Hundreds of thousands graduate from college every year, translating to just as many job seekers who are hoping to get started on their careers. An applicant should "invest" in his or her marketability as early as college, said Jobstreet.com Philippines marketing specialist Monica Palomares. PUP graduates most preferred by employers: Jobstreet Fresh graduate? Here's where you can get the highest salary "A lot of companies today are looking for younger people but with very high potential," Palomares told ABS-CBN News. Jobstreet.com shared these tips to help applicants land the job they want. START EARLY Students should start "investing in the application process" early on, Palomares said. "If nagmadali ka, fourth year ka nag-decide mag-join ng clubs, it might be disadvantageous for you," she said. (If you decide to join clubs in your fourth year, it might be disadvantageous for you.) Achievements in school organizations can make up for the lack of work experience as … [Read more...] about 4 ‘investments’ every job seeker should make
BOSTON (Reuters) - A former State Street Corp (STT.N) executive directed a fraudulent scheme to overcharge several of the bank’s clients, including Kuwait’s sovereign wealth fund, by applying secret commissions to billions of dollars’ worth of trades, a U.S. prosecutor told jurors on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Ross McLellan, a former executive vice president of State Street Corporation, exits the federal courthouse in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., June 4, 2018. REUTERS/Nate Raymond/File Photo Ross McLellan, a former executive vice president, worked with others to overcharge customers using hidden fees that allowed State Street to earn millions of dollars, Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Frank told a federal jury in Boston. In his opening statement at the trial’s start, Frank said McLellan, 46, and other executives overcharged customers despite promises the bank made to its large institutional clients that it would charge them low fees and act in their best … [Read more...] about Ex-State Street executive cheated clients with secret fees: U.S….
President Duterte’s undiminished confidence on former Customs Chief Nicanor Faeldon even after 604 kilos of shabu worth P6.4 billion slipped past his bureau’s watch and ended up in a Bulacan warehouse has been a puzzle to many. Duterte’s lack of outrage over the incompetence of Faeldon and his men rendered his war against drugs which has claimed the lives of some 20,000 suspected drug addicts and pushers a farce. Not only did he not sanction Faeldon and his associates, he appointed them to other important government positions. Former military officers Gerardo Gambala, whom Faeldon recruited as deputy customs commissioner, and Milo Maestrecampo, customs import assessment services director, were recycled to the Department of Transportation as Office of Transportation Security Director and assistant director general of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, respectively. Duterte also re-appointed two BOC officials accused of allegedly accepting bribes from … [Read more...] about Why Duterte coddles Faeldon
MANILA- Aspirants for the upcoming barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections began filing their certificates of candidacy at the start of the election period on Saturday. Gun ban, checkpoints herald start of barangay, SK elections period Long lines were seen at Commission on Elections across the country as early as dawn. At the Arroceros filing office in Manila, irate aspirants expressed frustration over the queues. "Sa pila naman, wala namang dayaan sa pila. May dayaan sa eleksyon, pero sa pila wala!" said Isagani Garlan, an aspiring barangay councilor. (There should be no cheating in the lines. There is cheating in the elections but not in the lines!) "Nakita-kita ko yung mga nandoon na hindi nakapila, nabigyan ng number, samantalang kami walang number? Tama ba yan? Pumila kami, sumunod kami sa patakaran. Bakit ganun? Unfair!" said Tess Aquino, who also wants to run for barangay councilor. (Those who were not in line were given numbers but we were not. Is that right? We queued … [Read more...] about Aspirants for barangay, SK posts start filing certificates of candidacy