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Latinnovating: Green American Jobs and the Latinos Creating Them

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s Public Policy Conference in Washington D.C. on Wednesday. This is considered the first book at the intersection of the green economy and Latino leadership and entrepreneurship. The bo continue reading »

“Confia en Ti, Confia en Chase” Not So Much This Week

“Confia en Ti, Confia en Chase” Not So Much This Week

JPMorgan Chase & Co. just announced it will refund late fees and help its 16.6 million online customers that were unable to access their accounts yesterday and earlier this continue reading »

En Vigor la Restricción en las Operaciones con Dólares

En Vigor la Restricción en las Operaciones con Dólares

A partir de hoy las personas morales sólo podrán cambiar mensualmente hasta 7 mil dólares en efectivo en bancos en Mexico. Con mil 196 empresas bajo la figura de corresponsales cambiarios, este lunes entran en vigor las medidas que limitan las operaciones de dólares en efectivo, correspondientes a las personas morales. continue reading »

A Tale of Two World Cup Business Rivals

A Tale of Two World Cup Business Rivals

The 2010 South Africa World Cup introduced a new era for marketing from a few of the mega-sports brands. With most consumers watching the games on multiple platforms, commenting in “real time” with other fans, while simultaneously picking up background details from content sites, new opportunities presented themselves and the traditional sponsorship model has been revisited. continue reading »

Japón ha Financiado con Cien Millones Dólares 140 Proyectos en Nicaragua

Japón ha Financiado con Cien Millones Dólares 140 Proyectos en Nicaragua

En los últimos tres años y tres meses el Gobierno del Japón ha financiado unos 140 obras en infraestructura, educación y salud en Nicaragua con donaciones de unos cien millones de dólares, informó hoy el embajador del Japón en este país, Shinchi Saito. continue reading »

Mexico and Several Latin American Countries Recognzied for Innovation in Water Accessibility

Mexico and Several Latin American Countries Recognzied for Innovation in Water Accessibility

Service operators and public officials from Mexico, Nicaragua, Brazil and Colombia were recognized for innovative contributions to water and sanitation by the Inter-American Development Bank and FEMSA Foundation today, in the context of World Water Week congress taking place in the Swedish capital. continue reading »

Latin American Exports to Jump 21% This Year

A new United Nations study says that exports from Latin America and the Caribbean will grow by 21.4 per cent this year, owing mainly to purchases from Asia – particularly China – continue reading »

AT&T Expands Relationship with Mexican National Team

AT&T Expands Relationship with Mexican National Team

As part of AT&T expanding partnership with the Mexican National Team, the company is teaming with Univision Interactive Media to stream more upcoming Mexican National Soccer Team international friendly games live starting this month. The streams will be available to AT&T customers who subscribe to AT&T Mobile TV or MobiTV services. continue reading »

On the Eve of Labor Day Employment Outlook for Latino Workers Remains Dim with 12% Unemployment Rate

As the country prepares to honor its work force on Labor Day this Monday, the employment picture in the country remains bleak. The unemployment rate rose in August for the first time in four months to 9.6%. Latinos in the country have been hit especially hard with a higher rate of unemployment at 12.1% and fewer employment opportunities especially if they are uneducated. continue reading »

Carlos Slim Investing $1.4 Billion in Urban Renewal for Mexico City

Carlos Slim Investing $1.4 Billion in Urban Renewal for Mexico City

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu is investing $1.4 billion in renovating a run down section of Mexico City known as the Plaza Carso. The Plaza upon completion will provide housing, commercial office space and cultural sites. More importantly, the Plaza Carso project will create 5,000 jobs mainly in construction with more jobs expected as retailers fill the commercial space. continue reading »

Hispanic Business: MillerCoors Continue to Provide Resources

Hispanic Business: MillerCoors Continue to Provide Resources

MillerCoors continues to empower urban and multicultural communities by offering small businesses the unique opportunity to vie for $150,000 in business grants with its signature program, the MillerCoors Urban continue reading »

Mexico’s Peso Declines for a Fifth Straight Day Against U.S. Dollar

Mexico’s peso fell for a fifth straight day, dropping 0.4 percent to 12.9613 per U.S. dollar at 7:48 a.m. New York time, from 12.9084 yesterday. continue reading »

Televisa and Nextel to be New Telecommunication Provider in Mexico

In July, Televisa announced it would team up with Nextel Mexico to go into the mobile phone business and therefore submit a bid to provide mobile telecommunication services at Mexican airports. continue reading »

Callaway Golf to Move Operations to Mexico

Callaway Golf to Move Operations to Mexico

In a move expected to save Callaway $35 Million over 3 years, golf ball production will be moved to a new plant in Monterey Mexico. Callaway’s golf club manufacturing operations will also move to Mexico over the next 18 months. continue reading »

Venezuela’s State Oil Co. Posts 53% Drop in Earnings

Venezuela’s state oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), posted a 53% decrease in its earnings due to lower crude prices, reduced production as mandated by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and reduced investment. The loss of $5.5billion in earnings occurred through last year. continue reading »