April 22, 2019

Newmark Knight Frank secures $30M loan to refinance Sheraton Old San Juan

April 22, 2019

Op-Ed: PREPA privatization will not create competitive market, will lead to more dysfunction

April 18, 2019

Hearing slated for April 26 on proposed $23M AFICA bond issue

April 17, 2019

Vaquería Tres Monjitas invests $7.5M to produce world’s 1st long-lasting fresh milk

April 17, 2019

Housing Finance Authority backs $20.8M Haciendas Village complex


NY Fed’s Williams: ‘P.R. must leverage natural, human assets’ to bounce back

New York Fed President John Williams urged Puerto Rico to leverage its natural, cultural and human resources to create a sustainable, strong, vibrant and prosperous economy for future generations. During his two-day visit to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands — which fall under his agency’s jurisdiction — Williams participated in a conversation with Kenneth Rivera-Robles, president of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce, about the New York Fed's work in Puerto Rico and the outlook for the local economy.  The question-and-answer session took place before a roomful of Puer

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P.R.’s new car sales up 13.1% year-over-year in February

Puerto Rico’s new car sales reflected a 13.2 percent year-over-year increase in February, the United Automobile Importers Group revealed. The group known as GUIA for its initials in Spanish, rep


Ford, Gravity Sketch explore new tool for designing vehicles to meet customers’ needs

From a desk at the Ford Design Studio, a designer enters a virtual room and begins a 3D sketch. He is designing a virtual car around himself and adjusting the attributes to best suit him – the driv


New car sales up 28.4% in ’18, when 107K+ units rolled off P.R. lots

Puerto Rico’s new car sales received a significant boost last year, when a total of 107,941 units sold, compared to the 84,080 units sold in 2017, representing a 28.4 percent increase. However,


JetBlue to sponsor annual ‘GreenUp’ campaign for the environment in P.R.

JetBlue launched its annual “GreenUp” campaign which highlights the airline’s commitment to local environments. In celebration of Earth Month, JetBlue seeks to help its customers to educate themselves, and join the airline in donating and volunteering with non-profits working to preserve natural spaces.  In San Juan, JetBlue crewmembers will participate in a variety of events, including a visit to a local coffee farm to learn about the importance of reforesting to the island, the airline announced. From April 1-15, “JetBlue For Good,” the airline’s platform for social impact and corporate responsibility