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DEC2013 CoverPhoto December 2013  Lopez Group to Yolanda survivors: Hindi namin kayo pababayaan “Hindi namin kayo pababayaan” — this was the promise of Energy Development Corporation (EDC) president Ricky Tantoco to employees and kapamilya after super typhoon The battle cry reverberated throughout the companies of the Lopez Group.
NOV2013 CoverPhoto November 2013 Tears, laughs spice up LAA ceremony They laughed, they cried, they triumphed. No, it’s not an episode of “Maalaala Mo Kaya” or “Be Careful with My Heart,” although MMK host and ABS-CBN CEO Charo Santos-Concio and lovebirds Sir Chief and Maya were there.
  October 2013 ABS-CBNs Kapamilya Convergence on its 60th Anniversary This 2013, the Kapamilya network, through its newest unit ABS-CBN Convergence Inc. (ABS-C), is out to change the game again. A partnership with Globe Telecom Inc., forged over the summer, “ushered in the media convergence era,” with ABS-CBN flexing its media and entertainment muscles while the Ayala-led telco provides network coverage and capacity.
 SEPT2013 Cover Photo September 2013   The OML Center: Front and center in addressing climate risks  In the World Bank’s 2009 report, Convenient Solutions to an Inconvenient Truth: Ecosystem-based Approaches to Climate Change, the Philippines topped the list of the countries most vulnerable to “frequent and more intense storms,” one of the main threats arising from climate change that also includes droughts, floods, rising sea levels and greater uncertainty in agriculture.
 AUG2013 CoverPhoto August 2013  First Philippine Industrial Park: Bringing in foreign investments and creating jobs A better Philippines by spurring industry development and job creation—this is the vision the 450-hectare First Philippine Industrial Park Inc. (FPIP) in Sto. Tomas, Batangas continues to pursue as it marks its 16th year in 2013.
Newsletter2013 July 2013 Up close with the values of Eugenio Lopez Sr. Eugenio "Eñing" Lopez Sr., in the half century or so that he was active as an industrialist, was responsible for either setting up or acquiring and running some 20 companies.
 Lopezlink-June2013-issue-cover-photo June 2013  Lopez Holdings Corporation at 20: A parent to conglomerates Incorporated on June 8,1993, Lopez Holdings Corporation was intended to be the conduit for investments in exciting new areas of a promising and newly deregulating Philippine economy.
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May 2013  Bayan Mo, iPatrol Mo Change starts with us We need to tell our story, they said.
They wanted a proper school building one that had a roof and walls, and a toilet that was not a hole in the ground. They had sought out ABS-CBN’s Bayan Mo, iPatrol Mo (BMPM), requesting the group to conduct a workshop in their area. To prove they were serious, they put the whole thing together by themselves all the BMPM facilitators needed to do was show up.

April 2013 Staying, Grounded Grounded, the ongoing exhibit which is now entering its second month, continues the Lopez Museum’s penchant for one-word titles.
March 2013 Rockwell of ages Despite its unassuming moniker, the Garage in Rockwell Center is a hub of activity, but not of the automotive kind. Prospective sales executives in spiffy business attire wait to be called in for their appointments. Staff in uniform dress shorts and polo shirts flit around preparing the conference rooms and looking after guests. In the inner offices, twenty somethings type away at their computers. Even big boss Miguel L. Lopez, Rockwell Land Corporation senior vice president and director and treasurer, dashes in for several meetings.
February 2013  Kapamilya celebrate 60 years of Philippine TV At a party attended by the Philippine president and Manila’s elite, the guests watched themselves on several TV sets scattered around a sprawling garden in Sitio Alto, San Juan, just across the street from the transmitter site of Alto Broadcasting System (ABS). The venue was the home of Antonio Quirino, a judge-turned- businessman who co-owned ABS with James Lindenberg.
 
 

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