Archive for July, 2015

Puerto Rico’s economic activity drops 0.4% YOY in June
July 31, 2015, No Comments

Puerto Rico’s economic activity registered a year-over-year decrease of 0.4 percent, and a month-over-month reduction ...

Island company to test new tech to detect tuberculosis
July 31, 2015, No Comments

Puerto Rican company Caribbean Biotechnologies Inc. was recently granted approval by the Ministry of Health of Haiti to ...

First BanCorp reports $34.1M loss in 2Q15
July 30, 2015, No Comments

First BanCorp, the bank holding company for FirstBank Puerto Rico reported Wednesday a net loss of $34.1 million for the ...

Medical device maker Fresenius Kabi to invest $10M
July 30, 2015, No Comments

To commemorate its 20 years in the city of San Germán, German company Fresenius Kabi will invest about $10 million in t ...

Weekend Wheels: 2015 Nissan Juke, best of 2 worlds
July 30, 2015, No Comments

Since its launch in 2011, the Nissan Juke has stood out from the crowd with its fiercely sculpted headlights and hood, m ...

Latino leaders urge federal gov’t to support Puerto Rico
July 29, 2015, No Comments

The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, a coalition of 39 of the U.S. mainland’s largest Latino advocacy organization ...

Puerto Rican company Vibranalysis goes int’l as Vibra
July 29, 2015, No Comments

VibrAnalysis, a Puerto Rican company that provides reliability engineering and condition-based maintenance services, has ...

Aguirre GasPort gets go-ahead from federal regulator
July 28, 2015, No Comments

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has granted the go-ahead to Excelerate Energy to site, construct, and operate t ...

Triple-S gets perfect score from federal employees
July 28, 2015, No Comments

For the fifth year in a row, Triple-S received the “PlanSmartChoice Plus” award and was recognized as the island’s ...

Banking exec: Gov’t must act with ‘conviction, urgency’
July 27, 2015, No Comments

The Puerto Rico central government is facing pressure to “act with more conviction and with more urgency” to address ...