Archive for October, 2017

50+ towns use Rock Solid accounting systems thru crisis
October 30, 2017, No Comments

In the face of the crisis that Puerto Rico has suffered after Hurricane María, software development company Rock Solid ...

CNE: PR must ‘leapfrog’ into renewed, resilient island
October 27, 2017, No Comments

Returning to the status quo that existed prior to Hurricane María will not be enough for Puerto Rico: the island must s ...

Triple-S focuses on restoring health services post storm
October 27, 2017, No Comments

The wake of destruction left by Hurricane María demanded a refocusing on the part of Triple-S to address the pressing n ...

Future Farm to open 5 medicinal cannabis clinics in PR
October 27, 2017, No Comments

Future Farm Technologies Inc. announced Thursday a joint venture between Future Farm and TCG Investments, LLC, owners of ...

TOTE plays ‘critical role’ in delivery of relief goods to PR
October 27, 2017, No Comments

TOTE Maritime, through its partnerships with diverse organizations and individuals such as Monica Puig and the American ...

González: PR population to dip under 3M within a year
October 26, 2017, 1 Comment

Puerto Rico’s population will dip under 3 million within a year — for the first time since the mid-1970s — if curr ...

‘After yrs of worrying about it, PR has finally hit bottom’
October 26, 2017, No Comments

The impact of the back-to-back hurricanes — Irma and María — on the island has pushed Puerto Rico to “finally hit ...

OBoard names Chief Transformation Officer for PREPA
October 26, 2017, No Comments

In the wake of the controversy swirling around the $300 million contract the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority awarde ...

Act 20/22 investors launch $16M loan program in PR
October 26, 2017, 1 Comment

Puerto Rico residents and Act 20/22 decree investors Toby Neugebauer and Charlie Hamilton announced a long-term partners ...

73% of PR banks open 5 weeks after María’s devastation
October 26, 2017, No Comments

Five weeks after Hurricane María pummeled Puerto Rico, about 72.6 percent of local bank branches, or 228, have resumed ...