Things you need to know this morning, November 4

To keep you updated with the latest news here and abroad, Yahoo! Philippines is giving you a roundup of morning headlines. Here are things you need to know this Monday, November 4:

1. Imelda Marcos hospitalized

The 84-year-old widow of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was rushed to the hospital over the weekend.

2. Hackers attack government websites

Hackers claiming ties with international activist group Anonymous defaced government websites.

3. YouTube debuts music awards

YouTube has launched its first-ever music awards ceremony in a star-studded showcase.

4. PBA Rookie Draft: Ginebra picks Slaughter

Find out which team picked who during the PBA Rookie Draft.

5. A wardrobe makeover to get you promoted

You have talent, a wide network and experience working in your favor. But you also have to dress the part.

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