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Our startup got rid of email, meetings, and managers — and thrived

GUEST: Our company has just turned eight years old, has a presence in all of Latin America, and currently has 36 members on its team. Our biggest obsession: productivity. Since 2007 we have analyzed in detail each one of the tasks we carry out with the goal of scaling our earnings exponentially while keeping our number […]

US Tourism Can Make Cuba Airbnb’s Top Market in Latin America

Airbnb’s spokesperson says the company has jumped into the Cuban market amid normalization between Washington and Havana, and expects the island to become one of its top destinations in Latin America with a flood of US tourists.

China, Latin American Ties to Weaken US Influence in New Multipolar World

China and Latin America are developing a new bilateral approach based on trade and investment.

Daily Headlines: July 30, 2015

Mexico: At least 129 corpses in 60 graves have been found in Mexico since September 2014 though none belong to 43 missing Ayotzinapa students according to data from the attorney general’s office released on Monday. Latin America: The...Show More Summary

Iran nuke deal increases Hezbollah threat to U.S , report

Lifting economic sanctions on Iran will allow it to funnel more money to Hezbollah in Latin America, increasing the threat the terrorist group poses to the United States, Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-NC) told Breitbart News. Under an agreement reached between Iran and U.S.-led world powers, Iran will have all economic sanctions lifted in exchange for […]

The Line on the Sidewalk: South Florida’s Climate Change Dilemma

Florida's coastline is world famous for its tourism amenities. The state is also a vital transportation nexus for the country, providing an essential link with Latin America. And of course, people love going to the Kennedy Space Center to learn about the country's space endeavors. Show More Summary

On The Line: Daniel Hernandez Discusses the Escape of "El Chapo" And The Latest From Latin America

6 days agoNews : Vice News

Follow us on Twitter where we'll announce the next topic for On The Line. VICE News' Mexico City Bureau Chief Daniel Hernandez joined On The Line to discuss drug lord El Chapo's prison break, and the latest news from Mexico and Latin America. Show More Summary

LA Radio Show Takes Intimate Look At The Love Lives of Immigrants

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- On weekday evenings, carpenters and longshoremen, working mothers and young professionals hailing from Latin America and living in Los Angeles and throughout the U.S. tune their radios to Oswaldo Diaz's show and get a peek into the love lives of immigrants. Show More Summary

Reflections from Networked Nonprofit Workshop for Latin American NGOs

I just returned from doing two days of facilitating a Networked Nonprofit training in Mexico City with Oxfam Mexico and participants from offices throughout Latin America, South America, and Caribbean.   The first day focused on networks and strategic use of social media along with some practical skills in content creation and measurement.  … Read More

Well-being in historical perspective: The experience of Latin America

How does Latin American well-being compare to the advanced nations? This column presents a new historical index of human development that allows for analyses of trends in Latin American development since 1870. The results unearth a number of puzzles that pit rising income against flagging developments in well-being.

Brazil prosecutors present charges against Odebrecht CEO

CURITIBA, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazilian prosecutors presented formal charges on Friday against the chief executive of Latin America's largest engineering firm and other senior executives detained last month in a landmark investigation meant to show that the country's elite are not above the law.

LA Times changing up in Mexico City

After eight years, bureau chief Tracy Wilkinson is moving to Washington and Beirut bureau chief Patrick McDonnell and others are headed to Mexico. "We're doubling down" in Latin America, a spokeswoman says.

Nearly 80% Of All Global Cocaine Seizures In 2013 Happened In Latin America And The Caribbean

Data Visualisation by @LeonMarkovitz. Data Source: UNODC. Visualization Tool: Illustrator.

Magnum maker bolsters sales

Unilever reports second-quarter sales growth that beat estimates on better-than-expected gains in Latin America. ||| Rotterdam - Unilever, the maker of Magnum ice cream and Hellmann’s mayonnaise, reported second-quarter sales growth that beat estimates on better-than-expected gains in Latin America. Show More Summary

Explore Latin America with 25% off Club Carlson in the Caribbean and South America

Club Carlson is currently running their “Explore Latin America” promotion where they are offering 25% off select hotels in the Caribbean and South America. You can read all about it here. There are definitely a few interesting locations here. Show More Summary

Bolivia's football chief ordered jailed ahead of trial

Carlos Chavez is to be sent to one of Latin America's most violent prisons to prevent him fleeing ahead of graft trial.

This Week On The Line: Daniel Hernandez on the Latest News From Mexico and Latin America

last weekNews : Vice News

On Thursday at 12pm EDT VICE News' Mexico City Bureau Chief Daniel Hernandez joins On The Line to discuss drug lord El Chapo's prison break, and the latest news from Mexico and Latin America. In Photos: Take a Tour of the Tunnel 'Chapo'...Show More Summary

International Art Fair of Bogota announces participating galleries for 2015 Edition

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

ARTBO, International Art Fair of Bogota, is proud to announce the exhibitors list for the 11th edition of the fair. ARTBO has become one of the most important art fairs in Latin America and has been globally recognized for its quality. Show More Summary

Weekend Words: Pope

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

Last Sunday, Pope Francis wound up his eight-day, three-country tour of Latin America —home to the world’s largest Catholic population — where he called unfettered capitalism “the dung of the devil.”

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