|Owner(s)||Filipino Mirror Media Group|
|Founder(s)||Antonio Cabangon Chua|
|Publisher||D. Edgard Cabangon|
|Associate editor||Ana Federigan|
|Managing editors||Susan Cambri|
|General manager||Jocelyn L. Sidayao|
|Founded||April 16, 2012|
|Headquarters||Dominga Bldg. III, Chino Roces Ave., City of Makati|
|Sister newspapers||Business Mirror|
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