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How The Dow-DuPont Merger Will Impact The Chemicals Industry

By Josephine Grace Aguilo | June 14, 2016

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In December, Dow and DuPont, the world’s fourth and fifth largest chemical companies announced their plan to merge as DowDupont, with a combined value US $130B.

3 Things You Can Learn from Subaru's Supply Chain

By Gesuina Puangco | June 13, 2016

Subaru’s problem is a decidedly sweet one: where most automotive companies find themselves scrambling for orders (especially in a post-emissions scandal era), the Japanese car-maker has had to invest millions to expand its supply.

Is Mexico the World's Next Manufacturing Hub?

By Daves Zandueta | June 6, 2016

Mexico may become the global manufacturing nerve center if the country plays its cards right.

Inside the Clunky World of Wearable Tech

By Tin Tinio | May 31, 2016

The global fashion industry is worth about US $1.2 trillion. The $2 billion sales of wearable technology in 2015 is expected to grow 17-fold by 2020. A sustained alliance between the two could make for a revenue behemoth, but the fashion-tech union has so far struggled to achieve mainstream success.

Pharma Trend: Companies are Waiving Drug Patents in Developing Countries

By Ireene Corsiga | May 23, 2016

There are approximately 5.5 billion people across the world who do not have access to lifesaving drugs. According to the The World Health Organization (WHO), medicines account for a major portion of health expenditures in developing countries. Treatment is dependent on the access to affordable life-saving medications.

Alliances in the Shipping Industry: A Dance among Top Global Container Lines

By Jenina Borromeo | May 19, 2016

The game of musical chairs in the container shipping industry continues: Several players have agreed to form shipping alliances to combat the confluence of a 30% oversupply of ships and weaker consumer demand amid a faltering global economy.

Can A New CEO Remodel Valeant Pharmaceuticals?

By Joseph Tanador | May 10, 2016

Embattled Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. announced on Wednesday, April 27 a multimillion-dollar employment agreement for its new CEO, Joseph “Joe” C. Papa.

Inside China's New Pharmaceutical Regulation

By Mary Grace Figuracion | May 6, 2016

How will China's new regulations on pharmaceutical wholesalers affect manufacturer costs and drug prices?

In the Wake of Fuel Efficiency Scandals, Auto Makers Brace for Regulations

By Paula Lucero | April 26, 2016

Mitsubishi has admitted to rigging data for its vehicles' fuel economy tests. What does that mean for the future of vehicle regulation?

How Growing Consumer Demand is Reshaping Logistics

By Jenina Borromeo | April 25, 2016

As more people turn to the Internet to purchase products, industries are feeling the pressure to improve efficiency while ensuring customer satisfaction.