Archive for April, 2012

Mega-resort projects planned for St. Maarten, St. Kitts
April 30, 2012, No Comments

St. Maarten and St. Kitts will soon be home to two unrelated mega-resorts that aim to dramatically boost tourism to both ...

Pall Corp. sells part of Fajardo operation in $551M deal
April 30, 2012, No Comments

Mass.-based Haemonetics Corp. announced over the weekend it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Pall Corp ...

TRB ‘vigilant’ over manhole cover theft streak
April 30, 2012, No Comments

Telecommunications Regulatory Board President Sandra Torres said the agency will continue cracking down on copper theft, ...

Polytecnic Univ. revises curriculum in line with Pell Grant changes
April 30, 2012, No Comments

Responding to upcoming changes to the Pell Grant, the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico announced it has revised its ...

Farmers ask GAO to lift Jones Act provisos citing increased production costs
April 27, 2012, No Comments

Members of the Puerto Rico Farm Bureau, which represents a cross-section of the island’s agriculture sector, met with ...

CPAs present proposals to gubernatorial candidates
April 27, 2012, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Society of Certified Public Accountants presented Thursday a sweeping list of recommendations for the ca ...

SJ cruise port makes it into ‘million-passenger-club’ list
April 27, 2012, No Comments

The San Juan cruise ship port has made it into an elite group of 16 such facilities around the world that welcomed more ...

Pasta To Go franchise opens in Isla Verde
April 27, 2012, No Comments

Pasta To Go Enterprise, which specializes in fresh pasta dishes, opened its third location in Puerto Rico Thursday, movi ...

DTOP hosting workshops on P.R.’s long-range transportation strategy
April 27, 2012, No Comments

The Department of Transportation and Public Works announced Thursday it will be conducting seven workshops to discuss Pu ...

Mexican, Spanish consortia finalists for LMM airport P3
April 26, 2012, 1 Comment

A high-ranking executive of Mexico’s Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste said his company is one of two groups remaining t ...