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Settle feud, Yansons urged
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

“In this clash of titans, mere mortals will suffer.”

The six Yanson siblings and their mother, owners of a multi- billion peso bus empire that has been described as the largest in the Philippines, should resolve their differences for the sake of their 18,000 employees, union leader Roland dela Cruz said yesterday.

In the battle of the siblings for control of the Yanson group of bus companies, the ones who will be affected the most will be ordinary employees, dela Cruz, senior national executive vice president of the Philippine Agricultural, Commercial and Industrial Workers Union-Trade Union of Congress of the Philippines ( PACIWU-TUCP), said. moremoremore


Celina questions funds anomaly;
Ma wants P380M explained, too
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

“Leo Rey Yanson, formerly president of Vallacar Transit Corporation, used the on-going family dispute to mask several millions of illicit fund withdrawals.”

This was claimed by Celina Yanson-Lopez, chief financial officer (CFO) of Vallacar Transit Corp., after the company allegedly discovered that their former president made several withdrawals amounting to millions of pesos without management approval, in a press release sent out by its media relations manager, Arnel Vasquez, yesterday.

As a company policy, an existing memorandum is being enforced to oversee the release of company funds. Under the memorandum, fund withdrawals require the approval of the board of directors, and the younger Yanson’s acts violated this company policy, the press release said. moremoremore

 

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Silay theme park hiring
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

Aton Land and Leisure Inc., the company behind the P600-million MagikLand theme park in Silay City, will hold a recruitment activity on July 13 and July 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Silay City Civic Center.

Marivic Yao, managing director of Aton Land and Leisure Inc., in her letter to Silay City Mayor Mark Golez dated July 9, they will also conduct pre-opening training for 18 positions at the theme park.

These are ride operators, ride attendants, cashiers, sales and marketing coordinators, accounting staff, security officer, inventory/warehouse clerks, finance head, purchase order specialist, stockmen/stock assistant, digital marketing coordinator, maintenance crew, HR supervisor, drivers, gardeners, janitors, seamstress, and performers.