Archive for July, 2011

U.S. Navy puts 2K acres of former Roosey Roads land on block
July 31, 2011, No Comments

The U.S. Department of the Navy’s Base Realignment and Closure Program Management Office is putting up for sale some 2 ...

Merck’s local operations excluded from global job cuts
July 30, 2011, No Comments

Merck & Co.’s reported plans to cut back its workforce by about 13,000 by 2015 will not affect its local operations, F ...

AT&T to regulate speeds for ‘unlimited’ heavy users
July 30, 2011, 1 Comment

AT&T dropped a bomb Friday on unlimited data plan smartphone customers who use their devices so much they fall into that ...

NY firm to monitor energy use at several public buildings
July 30, 2011, No Comments

For the second time this year, the Public Buildings Authority has awarded a contract to New York-based utiliVisor to mon ...

Claro bids $11.2M to pick up additional wireless licenses
July 30, 2011, No Comments

This week, Claro bid close to $11.2 million for six wireless licenses auctioned off by the Federal Communications Commis ...

Op-Ed: Tales from an evolved ape — my take on debt ceiling debate
July 29, 2011, No Comments

I grew up hearing a saying, "you missed the forest for the trees" and for the longest time, I wondered exactly what that ...

Doral reports $4.5M 2Q net income
July 29, 2011, No Comments

Doral Financial, the holding company of Doral Bank and Doral Bank FSB, reported net income of $4.5 million for the quart ...

EDC promotes P.R.’s aviation industry incentives at Air Venture 2011 event
July 29, 2011, No Comments

The Economic Development and Commerce Department is presenting the incentives and competitive advantages Puerto Rico off ...

Trucks get green light to use AutoExpreso toll payment system
July 29, 2011, No Comments

As several of the island’s main toll plazas prepare to go completely cashless on Saturday, the Department of Transport ...

Ford reports 37% local sales growth in 1st half of ’11
July 29, 2011, No Comments

Ford Motor Company cruised through the first half of 2011, with a reported 37 percent increase in year-over-year vehicle ...