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  1. Eugenio Lopez Sr. - Wikipedia

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    Eugenio Hofileña López Sr. (July 20, 1901 – July 5, 1975), also known as Eñing López and Don Eugenio, was a leading figure in the Philippines. He was founder of the Lopez Group of Companies. He belonged to the prominent López family of Iloilo, one of the leading political families in the Philippines.

    • Father of Philippine TV
    • Filipino
    • Journalist, broadcaster
    • Fernando López (reopened ABS-CBN)
  2. Eugenio Lopez Sr. — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    He was born as Eu­ge­nio Hofileña López on July 20, 1901 in Jaro, Iloilo City. His par­ents were Ben­ito López, a for­mer gov­er­nor of Iloilo, and Pre­sentación Hofileña. He is the elder brother of for­mer Philip­pine Vice Pres­i­dent Fer­nando Lopez. He re­ceived his ed­u­ca­tion at the Ate­neo de Manila Uni­ver­sity where he grad­u­ated in 1919, and later the Uni­ver­sity of the Philip­pines where he took up law and grad­u­ated in 1923. He earned his mas­ter of laws de­gree from Har­vard Uni­ver­sity. He was the first pres­i­dent, or "char­ter pres­i­dent", of the Ro­tary Club of Iloilo, the third old­est Ro­tary Clubin the Philippines.

    López began as a provin­cial bus op­er­a­tor, and even­tu­ally be­came chair­man of the Philip­pine's largest media con­glom­er­ate (ABS-CBN) and pres­i­dent of the Manila Elec­tric Com­pany (MER­ALCO).[citation needed] In 1972 he ac­cepted a Dis­tin­guished Ser­vice Award from the Har­vard Busi­ness School, but sev­eral months later was com­pelled by Pres­i­dent Fer­di­nand Mar­cos to sign over his shares in MER­ALCO, was stripped of his hold­ings and forced into exile. In Sep­tem­ber 1972, Pres­i­dent Mar­cos de­clared mar­tial law in the Philip­pines, which began a pe­riod of dic­ta­tor­ship that lasted in the 1986 Peo­ple Power Rev­o­lu­tion and that was char­ac­ter­ized by crony cap­i­tal­ism.

    His el­dest child and heir ap­par­ent, Eu­ge­nio Lopez Jr., or Geny, was jailed on charges of con­spir­ing to as­sas­si­nate Fer­di­nand Mar­cos. This was car­ried out by Mar­cos in order for Don Ening, who was at that time was in exile in United States to sell his busi­nesses to him, his fam­ily and rel­a­tives and to his cronies.[according to whom?] At one time, Mar­cos would send an then Philip­pine Am­bas­sador to the US, Ben­jamin Ro­mualdez, a brother of then First Lady Imelda Mar­cos to San Fran­cisco, Cal­i­for­nia where the elder Lopez was liv­ing along with his daugh­ter, Precy and her Greek hus­band, Steve Psi­nakis to con­vince him to re­lin­quish own­er­ship of his busi­nesses in his home coun­try in order for it to sell to his en­tourage with a promise that his el­dest child, Geny, would be re­leased from jail. Don Ening agreed, but his first­born would re­main in de­ten­tion. As a re­sult, he was dou­ble-crossed by the Mar­cos regime and his busi­nesses were then com­...

    McCoy, Alfred W. (2009). "Rent-seeking Families and the Philippine State: A History of the Lopez Family". In McCoy, Alfred W. (ed.). An Anarchy of Families: State and Family in the Philippines. Uni...

  3. The Lopez Family | Media Ownership Monitor

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    Eugenio Lopez Sr., a University of the Philippines and Harvard-educated lawyer, as well as one of the heirs to the Lopez family empire and owner of Chronicle Broadcasting Network, bought Alto Broadcasting System from Antonio Quirino, brother of former President Elpidio Quirino, on February 24, 1957.

  4. Eugenio Hofileña Lopez, Sr. (1901 - 1975) - Genealogy

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    Jan 22, 2019 · About Eugenio Hofileña Lopez, Sr. Eugenio Hofileña Lopez was a pioneering Filipino industrialist in the fields of sugar, publishing, broadcasting, transportation and power utilities. In his youth, he was the King Consort to the 1923 Manila Carnival Queen.

  5. Eugenio Lopez Sr. - Wikipedia, ang malayang ensiklopedya

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    Si Eugenio Hofileña López Sr. (Hulyo 20, 1901 – Hulyo 5, 1975), na kilala rin bilang Eñing López at Don Eugenio, ay isang nangungunang pigura sa Pilipinas. Siya ang nagtatag ng Lopez Group of Companies. Siya ay kabilang sa kilalang pamilya ng López ng Iloilo, isa sa mga nangungunang pamilyang politikal sa Pilipinas.

  6. Eugenio Lopez, Sr. Net Worth 2021, Age, Bio, Height, Facts, Wiki!

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    Jan 29, 2021 · Eugenio Lopez, Sr. is one of the successful Celebrity. Eugenio has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on July 20, 1901. Eugenio Lopez, Sr. is one of the Richest Celebrity who was born in Filipino. Eugenio Lopez, Sr. also has a position among the list of Most popular Celebrity.

  7. EUGENIO LOPEZ SR., FILIPINO LEADER - The New York Times

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    Jul 08, 1975 · SAN FRANCISCO, July (AP)—Eugenio Lopez Sr., selfexiled former industrial, broadcasting and publishing executive in the Philippines and a leading critic of President Ferdinand E. Marcos, died...

  8. Eugenio H. Lopez Sr. - YouTube

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    He was a pioneering Filipino, a visionary. A patriotic businessman with a resolute spirit. He was the grand patriarch of the Lopez Group.The late Don Eñing...

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  9. Eugenio Lopez Jr. - Wikipedia

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    His parents were Eugenio H. López Sr. and Pacita Moreno. He is a nephew of former Philippine Vice President Fernando H. López Sr.. He was educated at San Beda College, the Ateneo de Manila, Virginia Military Institute where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, and Harvard University where he earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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