All posts tagged Puerto Rico

Popular reports $96.2M in 2Q17 income
July 27, 2017, No Comments

Popular Inc. reported a net income of $96.2 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2017, up .08 percent compared to a ne ...

PR to host Techstars Americas Community Summit
July 27, 2017, No Comments

Puerto Rico will host the Techstars Community Summit 2017 on Oct. 12-15, an event that is expected to bring together som ...

Execs named in auto, insurance, tourism industries
July 27, 2017, No Comments

This edition of “Climbing the Corporate Ladder” reports on executive appointments in the automobile, insurance and t ...

Aireko receives nods from engineers for 2 projects in PR
July 27, 2017, No Comments

Construction and building-maintenance group Aireko recently received recognition for its “innovation, creativity, and ...

Paradores full last weekend, despite holiday changes
July 26, 2017, No Comments

The confusion caused by the repeal of traditional July holidays and misleading ads about inns offering sub-par services ...

Medicinal Cannabis courses tempered to new Law 42
July 26, 2017, No Comments

Following the signing of the new Law 42-2017 regulating the local medicinal cannabis industry, Puerto Rico Legal Marijua ...

Marazzi to stay at Statistics Institute; La Fortaleza balks
July 25, 2017, No Comments

The Board of Directors of the Puerto Rico Institute of Statistics announced Monday the appointment of Mario Marazzi-Sant ...

Study: Independent digital media under attack in LatAm
July 25, 2017, No Comments

SembraMedia, a nonprofit that supports entrepreneurial journalists, in partnership with Omidyar Network published “Inf ...

Ponce Health Sciences Univ. launches new MS degree
July 25, 2017, No Comments

Starting in August, Ponce Health Sciences University (PHSU) will offer Puerto Rico's newest Master of Science in School ...

Doctors, restaurants lead Jan.-June bankruptcy petitions
July 24, 2017, No Comments

During the first six months of the year, 17 medical doctors filed for bankruptcy protection, reporting more than $23.5 m ...