Consumer spending in the United States up 0.1% in June

Consumers' personal spending rose just 0.1% last June, the worst since February, the Commerce Department reported today. The slight June growth in household consumption, which...

Foreign investor appetite grows in mergers and purchases in Latin America

International investors see greater opportunities in the area of ​​mergers and acquisitions in Latin America, with Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia leading the list...

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...

Airbnb rentals in Florida achieve records in revenues and tenants

The tourist rentals of houses and apartments in Florida through Airbnb had about 2.7 million guests and generated to their owners a revenue of...

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...

Kia Motors fined in Mexico for selling cars without an environmental certificate

Mexico's Federal Environmental Protection Agency (Profepa) announced today that it fined the auto company Kia Motors with the equivalent of $ 378,179 for selling...

4% increase in Latin American international transactions in 2Q

Second-quarter international mergers and acquisitions in Latin America increased 4 percent from the prior quarter to more than $ 6.5 billion, Baker McKenzie said...

US flights and cruises benefit Cuba millionaire, says report

Cuba is becoming a tourist market of about one billion dollars for US airlines and cruises if the projections of 2017, 2018 and 2019...

Caribbean Ferries offers travelers stranded by PAWA suspension to travel with them

The company of sea transport of passengers, cars and cargo in the Caribbean, Ferries del Caribe, today offered the possibility of picking up part...

Toyota to reduce investment and production of its new Mexico plant

Toyota has decided to reduce its planned investment in its new plant in the Mexican state of Guanajuato by 30 percent, as well as...

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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,...