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A STITCH IN TIME: How Metro Shuttle won its Rehabilitation Plan

It's not strange to hear companies reeling from the damaging pandemic. We have seen many of them--big or small--succumb to the ruthless wrath of...

Bravo is Edge Davao’s new Editor-In-Chief

Edge Davao has named long-time Managing Editor Neilwin Bravo as its new Editor-In-Chief. Bravo will succeed the late Antonio M. Ajero who passed away last...
Randy Hasalan was a recipient of the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2014.

KADAYAWAN SPECIAL FEATURE: Helping indigenous people’s groups

Of the five persons who received the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Awards – touted to be the Nobel Prize of Asia – from Mindanao, at...
The Davao City Council approves a resolution giving posthumous Datu Bago award to the late Edge Davao editor-in-chief Antonio “Tony” Ajero. The resolution was authored by Councilor Temujin “Tek” Ocampo and co-sponsored by the majority members of the city council. Ajero passed away peacefully in his sleep on Sunday, July 17 due to a lingering illness. Photo from Antonio Ajero's FB account

Thank you, AMA

It was almost midnight when my phone buzzed in an SMS from Sir Tony Ajero. It said ‘’Good pm Adi, why don’t you resume...
The writer (right) with the late Edge Davao editor-in-chief Antonio Ajero.

A tribute to Tony

We, Davao community of journalists, mourn today the passing of our colleague Antonio “Tony” Ajero, publisher and editor of the prestigious business publication -...

The Passing of a Pillar

In the heat of deadline when fingers pounce on keyboards to a harmonic beat, it is not surprising to be interrupted with a question...

TRIBUTE | Antonio M. Ajero: Davao’s journalism pillar as I know him

My connection to the late Antonio Movera Ajero started when I was working as information officer of the Mindanao Baptist Rural Life Center (MBRLC)...

Lessons from Aeon Towers: Opportunity in adversity

At first look, nobody believed an iconic building with an architectural masterstroke could even come to reality. There were doubters. Even so, when the pandemic...

Women at the helm of Davao’s resilient homegrown hotel

They say men are firm but women are more compassionate and well-organized. In this age when the formula for success is letting women dominate the...
Left to right: Managing Editor Neil Bravo, former senior business reporter Charles Maxey, former Sports Editor Moses Billacura, and former Associate Editor Greg Deligero

THE BOYS OF EDGE DAVAO: Leagues of their own

They were the 'journosaurs' who once wandered the busy newsroom of Edge Davao. To say they are extinct is a travesty. They are very...