Archive for July, 2016

PR Business Link launches ‘Tax Incentive Calculator’
July 26, 2016, No Comments

PR Business Link, an organization that caters to recipients of government incentives through Acts 20/22, on Monday launc ...

SBA launches online tutorials on federal R&D funding
July 26, 2016, No Comments

The U.S. Small Business Administration has released its Small Business Innovation Research online tutorials to help smal ...

Economist to discuss P.R.’s ‘economy of uncertainty’
July 26, 2016, No Comments

Seeking to contribute to the discussion and the search for solutions to the problems the island is facing, the College o ...

Greece: An example for P.R. to follow rather than fear?
July 22, 2016, No Comments

WASHINGTON — In the past 12 months, it’s become fashionable to equate Puerto Rico’s fiscal meltdown with the recen ...

14 projects split $2.1M in P.R. Science Trust grants
July 22, 2016, No Comments

The research for new diagnostic methods and therapy for endometriosis, the development of genetic tools to assist in the ...

P.R.’s Comprehensive Cancer Center nears completion
July 21, 2016, No Comments

The construction of the University of Puerto Rico’s Comprehensive Cancer Center Hospital is nearing the home stretch, ...

Plaza Provision installs 4th energy saving storage system
July 21, 2016, No Comments

Plaza Provision Company, a food distributor in Puerto Rico, has purchased its fourth Thermal Energy Storage system from ...

Pierluisi: P.R. Task Force chair to be named this week
July 20, 2016, No Comments

Puerto Rico’s Resident Commissioner in Washington, Pedro Pierluisi, said Tuesday that U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan cou ...

Café Yaucono donates 100 coffee trees to growers
July 20, 2016, No Comments

Café Yaucono, along with its parent company, Puerto Rico Coffee Roasters, delivered 200,000 coffee trees to 100 local c ...

Walmart adds ‘Bien Cool’ postcards to its shelves
July 20, 2016, No Comments

Walmart Puerto Rico announced Tuesday the addition of the “Bien Cool” postcard line, produced by local entrepreneurs ...