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Twitter has been in a reorganization phase as it seeks to hit profitability for the first time, and to boost user growth which has been stagnating in comparison with other social network (AFP Photo/LOIC VENANCE) / MANILA BULLETIN

Google grabs Twitter app platform Fabric

By Agence France-Presse Google is acquiring Twitter's mobile application developer platform Fabric, a move which could give some breathing room for the social network after…

CONTRACT-SIGNING OF THE COMMON MRT-LRT STATION BETWEEN SMC, AYALA AND SM – At the prodding of the government lead by Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade (center) key participants finally signed a memorandum of agreement yesterday at the Dusit Hotel in Makati City to build a Common Station for the MRT3, LRT1 and the still underconstruction MRT Line 7. Shown (from left) joining hands after signing the MOA are: Gen. Reynaldo Berroya (ret), LRT Administrator; Rogelio Singson, President and CEO of LRMC; Lorenzo Formoso III, San Miguel Corporation; Ramon Ang, SMC President; Manuel V. Pangilinan, Vice Chairman of Light Rail Manila Consortium; DOTr Secretary Tugade; Mark Villar, DPWH Secretary; Hans T. Sy, Chairman of SM Prime Holdings, Inc.; Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, Vice Chairman of Ayala Land, Inc.; Jeffrey Lim, President of SM Prime Holdings, Inc.; and Bernard Vincent Dy, President and CEO of Ayala Land, Inc. (MB photo by Manny Llanes|Manila Bulletin)

LRT1-MRT3-MRT7 Common Station accord signed

By James A. Loyola Finally, the construction of the long-delayed Common Station for the three rail lines connecting Metro Manila will now proceed, giving hope…

President-elect Donald Trump, seen January 13, 2017, tweeted "Thank you to General Motors and Walmart for starting the big jobs push back into the US!" (AFP Photo/Drew Angerer) / MANILA BULLETIN

Trump favors weak dollar; markets react

By The Wall Street Journal Tokyo– The US dollar regained some ground against its counterparts in Asian trading on Wednesday, with dip buying kicking in…