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Woman Dies from Lethal Butt Injections in Costa Rica

Woman Dies from Lethal Butt Injections in Costa Rica

Costa Rican authorities are reporting the death of a 33-year-old woman from illegal buttocks injections. The unidentified victim received butt shots as a cosmetic procedure that became infected. continue reading »

Spotify Eyes Latin America for Expansion, Service to Launch in Mexico Soon

Spotify Eyes Latin America for Expansion, Service to Launch in Mexico Soon

Sweden's Spotify, a music streaming service that gives users access to millions of songs, is looking at expanding across the Americas, the company's managing director in Spain, Javier Gayoso, said. continue reading »

MEXICO: Volaris  Begins Using Fuel Efficient Airbus

MEXICO: Volaris Begins Using Fuel Efficient Airbus

Mexican discount carrier Volaris has started operating the first of 50 Airbus A320s equipped with wing tip fuel saving devices, known as "sharklets," that will allow it to reduce fuel use by up to 4 percent. continue reading »

Goya, Beech-Nut Launch Latin-Flavored Baby Food

Goya, Beech-Nut Launch Latin-Flavored Baby Food

Beech-Nut Nutrition and Goya Foods, Inc. have forged an unprecedented partnership to launch a new line of authentic Hispanic flavored baby foods made with Hispanic moms in mind. continue reading »

Former British Prime Minister and Argentine Foe Margaret Thatcher Dies

Former British Prime Minister and Argentine Foe Margaret Thatcher Dies

Former British Prime Minister and Argentine foe Margaret Thatcher has dies at age 87 from a stroke. Thatcher led British forces to victory over Argentina in the 1982 Falklands War continue reading »

Study: Corporate Diversity Programs Give Illusion of Fairness

Study: Corporate Diversity Programs Give Illusion of Fairness

Diversity training programs lead people to believe that work environments are fair even when given evidence of hiring, promotion or salary inequities, according to new findings by psychologists at the University of Washington and other universities. continue reading »

Alsea Acquires Master Franchise for Burger King in Mexico

Alsea Acquires Master Franchise for Burger King in Mexico

Mexican restaurant operator Alsea said it acquired the master franchise for Burger King brand fast-food eateries in Mexico. "Pursuant to the Joint Venture Agreement reached between Alsea and Burger King Worldwide, Inc. ("BKW"), the BKW subsidiary in Mexico was merged into Operadora de Franquicias Alsea S.A. de C.V. ("OFA"), an Alsea subsidiary, which will become the merged company and the operator of 204 BURGER KING restaurants in Mexico," the company said in a statement. continue reading »

Mexico’s Economy Expected to Grow 4 Percent in 2014

Mexico’s Economy Expected to Grow 4 Percent in 2014

The government is maintaining its forecast for 4 percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2014, based on the assumption that tax reforms are not implemented in Mexico, the Finance Secretariat said in a report to Congress. continue reading »

Monthly Remittances to Mexico $1.58 Billion - 11% Drop

Monthly Remittances to Mexico $1.58 Billion - 11% Drop

Mexico received $1.58 billion in remittances in February, 11.1 percent below the amount recorded in the same month of 2012, the country's central bank said Monday. continue reading »

U.S. Developer Taubman to Build $400 Million Luxury Mall in Puerto Rico

U.S. Developer Taubman to Build $400 Million Luxury Mall in Puerto Rico

U.S. Developer Taubman is planning a $400 million shopping mall in San Juan, Puerto Rico that will host high-end retailers Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue amongst others. continue reading »

Chevron Embargo Could Hinder Investments in Argentina, Says YPF

Chevron Embargo Could Hinder Investments in Argentina, Says YPF

The CEO of Argentine state-controlled oil company YPF says a court ruling embargoing the assets of Chevron Corp.'s local subsidiary could hinder investment flows into the South American country. continue reading »

Volkswagen’s 2015 Golf Will Be Made in Mexico

Volkswagen’s 2015 Golf Will Be Made in Mexico

The 2015 Golf will be produced in Puebla, Mexico, and is expected to go on sale in 2014, Volkswagen said. The German automaker unveiled the 2015 Golf at the New York International Auto Show. continue reading »

The Latino Coalition Partnering with U.S. Chamber of Commerce for 2013 Small Business Summit

The Latino Coalition Partnering with U.S. Chamber of Commerce for 2013 Small Business Summit

Steve Forbes, Bob Woodward, Jim Koch and Linda Alvarado, Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran to provide insight into business success continue reading »

Cuba Going Green with ‘Ecological Cement’

Cuba Going Green with ‘Ecological Cement’

The island nation of Cuba is going green with its 'ecological cement' that reduces carbon emissions when it is being made - the country hopes to be a pioneer in 'green' cement. continue reading »

Mexico’s Mexichem Acquires Assets of U.S. PolyOne for $250,000

Mexico’s Mexichem Acquires Assets of U.S. PolyOne for $250,000

Mexichem, one of Latin America's largest chemical and petrochemical companies, said it was acquiring all of U.S.-based PolyOne Corporation's vinyl dispersion, blending and suspension resin business. continue reading »