Here’s a Heads Up from reportr on the top news stories that you need to know today, March 10.
- When your boss rejects your resignation letter, here’s how you can push for it.
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- Here’s your guide to GGives, GCash’s new service that lets users buy now, pay later for big-ticket items.
- Clad in hot pink Valentino, “Spider-Man” star Zendaya’s new ad for the Italian fashion house got Filipinos online seeing election politics.
- Should she win as president, Vice President Leni Robredo said supporters should not be afraid to criticize her and hold her accountable for her campaign promises.
- How to vote with your wallet, literally. Fruitas, 7-Eleven and Kamuning Bakery are among businesses that allow Filipinos to show their support for their presidential candidate through their purchases.
- Senatorial candidate Luke Espiritu said his going viral for roasting rivals at the SMNI debate underscored how voters are looking for the anti-trapo.
- Espiritu is also pushing for the decriminalization of abortion, adding that as a man, he shouldn't be telling women what to do with their bodies.
- Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto received the tandem of Ping Lacson and Tito Sotto without explicitly endorsing them.
- Lacson, along with Manila Mayor Isko Moreno, have confirmed their attendance in the Comelec debates.
- The new old iPhones are here – an iPhone SE with 5G and green color variants for the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 Pro.
- BizKo, the new online banking app from BPI, is built for small businessmen who want to manage their payrolls, payables and government transactions on a single platform.
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- BPO employees WFH set-ups are good only until March 31 after the government denied requests for an extension.
- Some two million people have fled Ukraine 12 days since Russia invaded the former Soviet republic in what the UN’s refugee agency called a shocking milestone.
- Airbnb users are booking vacation rentals in Ukraine to help its citizens survive the Russian invasion, at least financially.
- Two years on, the COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over, said UN Chief Antonio Guterres, as the world reopens further.
- Malaysia will reopen its borders starting April 1. Vaccinated visitors can skip quarantine.
- The rioter who wielded a walis tambo during the U.S. Capitol siege last year has pleaded guilty to multiple charges over his participation in the melee.
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