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Atty. Jose Ferdinand M. Rojas II received his Law degree from Ateneo de Manila University in 1994. He is currently engaged in the General Practice of Law through the firm he established, Jose M. Rojas Law Office. Prior to getting his Law degree, Atty. Rojas graduated Cum Laude in Economics and Political Science from the University of Massachusetts. He used to chair the Philippine Racing Commission (Philracom) and, more recently, used to sit as Vice-Chairman and General Manager of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). Atty. Rojas is an opinion columnist for the Business Mirror and Pilipino Mirror, and 2014 awardee of People Asia’s “Men Who Matter.” He is a member of the Saturday Group of artists and is married to Atty. Patricia A.O. Bunye.

The workplace of the future

The influential figures at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, discussed global issues to find...

May art unite us and help bring peace

February is National Arts Month (NAM), implemented by Presidential Proclamation 683 that was signed in 1991. For one full...

Davos: Everyone must work harder to save the planet

LAST week, the United Nations warned the world that it is “losing the race” against climate change. Essentially, it...

Remembering a prayerful leader

When we think about great men and women who have passed on, we usually think of the lessons that we gain from studying their...

The role of businesses in educating our kids

This column was inspired by something that I read from the WE Forum site about the changing landscape of work and the role of...

Cheers to a better year!

It’s a few days into the New Year and as a leader, do you have a plan for the coming days? A new president’s...

How to be more productive in 2019

Conclusion IN continuation of the topic that I started writing about last Monday, here are some more productivity hacks that actually came from professionals, entrepreneurs...

How to be more productive in 2019

AS a year-ender column, I would like to dedicate the space for something that is important to us as we prepare to enter a...

Lessons from 2018 and our economic future

AS the year draws to a close we reflect on how the Philippine economy has fared in 2018. Possibly the most memorable economic events...

On the UDHR’s 70th anniversary

The call is for all of us to stand up for “equality, justice and human dignity.” And the hashtag to use is #StandUp4HumanRights. But...

From female artists: Gifts that matter

It’s December, and for most people, it’s the perfect time to start shopping for holiday presents. There are so many possible items to pick...

Lines from Ninoy

ON Tuesday, November 27, we remember the birth of the late Philippine Senator Benigno Simeon “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. From the last interview that he...

New measures of economic health

It is interesting what the New Economics Foundation (NEF) reported as the real indicators of a country’s economic well-being, as opposed to looking at...

How to be relevant in the current world of work

With the changes that new technology is bringing into the economy, including the world of work, employees and workers need to upgrade their skill...

Morality in leadership

In the office setting, we have all had our brush with leaders or bosses who may not fit our image of a moral leader:...

Telecommuting: The future of work? 

AS the country waits for President Duterte to sign into law the “work-from-home” bill or Telecommuting Act of 2017, many workers are excited about...

Working together for a sustainable future

Our world today is facing huge challenges as it had never faced before, there is no doubt about that. Change and crises from all...

Uncertain times

The economist’s story about a possible recession is also a call for global economies to “start preparing now, while it still can.” As far...

We must become conscious learners

BENJAMIN P. Hardy’s article on goal setting and the mindless consumption of information is interesting and timely at this period when there is too much...

How to end a war

The trade war going on between the United States and China, two of the world’s biggest economic powers, is definitely making its effects felt...
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