The Gates Foundation will invest 158 ​​million dollars in fighting poverty

The Gates Foundation, chaired by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, and his wife, Melinda, will invest $ 158 million over the next four years to...

Ferries del Caribe expands maritime cargo transport service in the region

The shipping company Ferries del Caribe, a member of a Puerto Rican business conglomerate, today announced the expansion of its cargo transport service in...

FCC negotiates with IFM the sale of 49% of Aqualia

FCC is negotiating the sale of 49% of its subsidiary Aqualia, specialized in water management, to the IFM Global Infrastructure Fund, the construction and...

The Carnival Corporation relies on Hispanics as a lever for growth

The Carnival Corporation seeks to gain momentum in the current period of growth experienced by the tourist cruise sector and relies on one of...

Google will build three new submarine cables, one between the US and Chile

The computer giant Google announced today that it plans to build three new submarine cables in 2019, from Los Angeles to Chile, from the...

Microsoft earns 274 million dollars in the first half of its accounts

Microsoft recorded a net profit of 274 million dollars in the first half of its fiscal year 2018, a figure that takes into account...

Visa and YellowPepper join to accelerate mobile payments in Latin America

The multinational Visa Inc. announced today a cooperation agreement with technology company YellowPepper to provide mobile payment options for those who do not have...

Aston Martin builds 50 million dollar flats in Miami

British sports car manufacturer Aston Martin, preferred by James Bond, took a leap in business today with the start of construction work to build...

Meg Whitman will cease as CEO of HPE in early 2018

The CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Meg Whitman, will leave that position early in 2018 and will be occupied from February 1 by...

Digital assistants and plans for the smart city total CES 2018

The CES fair in Las Vegas, the most important meeting of personal consumption technology in the country for half a century, closes its doors...

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Demonstrators meet in port of Miami against cruise ships going to Cuba

More than two hundred people protested this afternoon in the vicinity of the port of Miami against the supposed profits that the Cuban Government...

The Immigrant who brought me

Rodolfo R. Pou Architect, Politician & Businessman Excluding the natives and even the colonizer of the hemisphere, to coincide with popular current historians, every person living...

UNICARIBE COLLEGE celebrates II Ordinary Graduation

"The societies that make education their highest priority on the road to development are more resilient in terms of their emotional well-being and prosperity,...