Archive for November, 2013

Black Friday, Thanksgiving weekend tech round-up
November 28, 2013, No Comments

Technology is always high up on the wish list during the Christmas season and what better way to save than to take advan ...

Renace Condado lights up Christmas tree
November 28, 2013, No Comments

For the 6th consecutive year, a 30-foot tall, traditional Christmas tree stands in the Parque Las Nereidas, across the s ...

Prepa Networks building new $26M HQs in Isla Verde
November 27, 2013, No Comments

Prepa Networks, a subsidiary of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority that provides next-generation network infrastru ...

Antrocket.com presents 1st ‘Made in Puerto Rico’ series
November 27, 2013, No Comments

Six Puerto Rican entrepreneurs from different industries make up the first “Made in Puerto Rico” series presented by ...

Crowley to pay $350M for 2 new eco-friendly vessels
November 27, 2013, No Comments

Maritime shipping company Crowley has placed an order for two faster and environmentally friendly liquefied natural gas ...

Liberty donates $165K to 8 Puerto Rican nonprofits
November 27, 2013, No Comments

The 17th annual Liberty Golf Invitational Tournament raised $165,000 that was awarded to eight community organizations t ...

MassMutual approves record $1.49B dividend payout
November 27, 2013, No Comments

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) recently announced that its Board of Directors has approved the ...

Puerto Rico’s financial system reports 2% asset drop
November 26, 2013, No Comments

Puerto Rico’s financial system — which comprises local and international commercial banks, cooperatives, mortgage an ...

AmEx extends ‘Small Business Saturday’ to Puerto Rico
November 26, 2013, No Comments

Credit card company American Express will celebrate “Small Business Saturday” for the first time in Puerto Rico on N ...

Experts discuss Cuba’s emerging entrepreneurial class
November 26, 2013, No Comments

Up to 40 percent of Cuba’s labor force is already working in the private sector, making the country a largely middle-c ...