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Why some executives now prefer 'sweatworking'

In New York City, 'sweatworking' is now a thing.

Indonesia FA threatens legal action against gov't

JAKARTA -- The Indonesian Football Association Monday threatened legal action against the government over its attempt to suspend the association, in a row that has provoked anger from FIFA.  

Russia's World Cup critics should stay at home, says Blatter

SOCHI - World politicians unhappy that Russia will host the 2018 World Cup should stay at home, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said on a visit to host venue Sochi on Monday.

Satisfaction with Aquino admin hits record low: SWS

MANILA (UPDATE) – Public satisfaction with the administration of President Benigno Aquino III has plunged to a record low, a survey by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) revealed.

US, Japan in 'grabbing distance' of pact on Asia trade deal

WASHINGTON -- The United States and Japan are within ''grabbing distance'' of resolving their differences on a much-awaited massive Pacific free-trade pact, the top US diplomat for Asia said Monday.

Revilla accounts frozen, but only P291,205 left

MANILA - The Sandiganbayan has effectively frozen the existing bank accounts of detained Sen. Ramon Revilla Jr., who is facing plunder charges for alleged involvement in the pork barrel scam.

IBM sales fall for 12th quarter

International Business Machines Corp reported a 12 percent fall in first-quarter revenue as the technology company continues to shed unprofitable businesses to focus on cloud-computing initiatives.

Kraft removing synthetic colors from iconic macaroni cheese

Kraft Foods Group Inc on Monday said it is revamping its family-friendly macaroni and cheese meal, removing synthetic colors and preservatives from the popular boxed dinner.