All posts by Michelle Kantrow

PRMA urges OBoard to ‘reconsider its role and objectives’
January 17, 2018, No Comments

Given the impact on Puerto Rico’s economy from the onslaught of Hurricanes Irma and María, the collapse of the island ...

1st Red Lobster restaurant in P.R. opens in Plaza Las Américas
January 16, 2018, No Comments

With an investment of $2 million and the creation of 170 jobs, the first Red Lobster restaurant in Puerto Rico will open ...

 Public relations professionals to hold annual convention
January 16, 2018, No Comments

In the face of the new reality Puerto Rico is facing, the Puerto Rico Public Relations Professionals Assocition will hol ...

Corporate Ladder: Execs named in construction, insurance, hospitality
January 11, 2018, No Comments

The first edition of Climbing the Corporate ladder in 2018 announces appointments in the areas of construction, insuranc ...

Seaborne Airlines files for Ch. 11, selling itself to Silver Airways
January 10, 2018, No Comments

Sea Star Holdings Inc., parent company for Seaborne Puerto Rico LLC, Seaborne Virgin Islands Inc. and affiliates, announ ...

P.R. Energy Commission unveils proposed microgrids regulation
January 10, 2018, No Comments

Aware of the need to quickly and effectively restore Puerto Rico’s electrical service and simultaneously ensure its su ...

EDB offers emergency loans of up to $50K to help P.R. physicians recover
January 10, 2018, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Economic Development Bank has signed an agreement with the College of Physicians and Surgeons to offer e ...

Nordstrom remains mum on reopening of its only store in P.R.
January 9, 2018, No Comments

Fashion retailer Nordstrom Inc. remained mum on when it will reopen its only store in Puerto Rico, which a company spoke ...

Half of Burlington’s PR stores to remain shut thru Spring
January 8, 2018, No Comments

Six of retailer Burlington's 11 stores in Puerto Rico will remain closed through Spring, as they recover from damages su ...

P.R.’s budding cannabis sector ‘vulnerable’ after US DOJ policy change
January 5, 2018, No Comments

Puerto Rico’s budding medicinal cannabis industry has been put in a tough spot after the U.S. Department of Justice re ...