Conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) said its businesses collectively saved some 33.86 billion liters of water from 2017 to 2022, equivalent to the annual consumption of over 94,000 households, or the monthly use of over 1.129 million families. The water savings, which it reported on World Water Day, represent a
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The video game retailer reported its first quarterly profit in two years
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El Cajon held a special session of its city council on Tuesday to discuss actions they’d like to consider after a registered sex offender — who was placed at a Motel 6 within 3/4 of a mile from Cajon Valley Middle School and Johnson Elementary School — was re-arrested on Friday. Larry Cantrell, 34, reported himself to authorities after he said he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl. Cantrell had been staying at that Motel 6 for five or six days after he had been kicked out of another hotel...
Conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) said its income last year fell 44 percent to P26.76 billion from the previous year’s P48.15 billion due to the impact of unrealized losses on the revaluation of its foreign currency-denominated long-term debt. Revenues rose 60 percent to P1.5 trillion from the previous year’s P941.19
Former Redwood High standout Kylie Horstmeyer scored a game-high 15 points to help the University of San Diego women's basketball team advance to the Super 16 of the NIT following a 58-48 win against UC Irvine on Monday.
Charles Spencer shared a clip of sheep at his Northamptonshire home yesterday on Twitter - as his daughter Lady Amelia prepares to tie-the-knot in South Africa.
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After three challenging years, life now has a sense of normalcy as business, economic, and social activities return to the pre-pandemic time. In the air, we can all feel optimism as the worldwide pandemic is seemingly winding down. With things looking up, it is time to be more hopeful in