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SAPVoice: Workforce 2020 Study: Latin American Companies at Risk

Regardless of how successful companies in Latin America are today, research shows many may be unprepared to meet the challenges of the future workforce.  Feedback from Latin American executives surveyed as part of the SAP-supported Oxford Economics “Workforce 2020”study reveals both high-performing and underperforming organizations in this region are struggling [...]

Apple Music brings the Latin groove with new partners

Apple has signed a deal with Latin American “cultural outlet” Remezcla to create playlists for Apple Music. The company, which began as a Latino events guide for New York, specializes in Latin America’s musical “new wave.” It regularly produces content for brands and festivals eager to reach young Latino audiences — something Apple is more […]

Daily Headlines: August 27, 2015

Latin America: Economic experts and environmental analysts warned that Latin American and Caribbean states must lower water consumption for agricultural needs in order to ensure water security throughout the region. U.S.: A Texas court...Show More Summary

SAPVoice: How The Hospital Of The Future Will Ease Latin America's Growing Pains

By Martin Kopp, Head of SAP Healthcare Due to an aging population, increase in obesity, and a Millennial generation resistant to traditional healthcare methods, Latin America is quickly ramping up its digital capabilities to provide better care, boost patient satisfaction and help people stay out of the hospital through preventative care [...]

6 steps to hiring and managing international staff

With around half of the sales at Feltrim Group's recent Fountains at ChampionsGate project, which we have just opened going to Chinese buyers, Asia is a market we cannot afford to ignore. It’s a similar story in Latin America, where the is a growing demand for our Central Florida property and in the...

Lumia 640 XL LTE Dual-SIM version now available in Microsoft Stores in Brazil

Lumia 640 XL has been available in Latin America for a while. But, in some cases, the available model is the 3G Dual-SIM version, with a few carriers selling the LTE variant. That was the case of Brazil, where only carriers Vivo and Claro have the 4G (and that’s the single SIM) model, attached or not to […]

Latin America’s Trump? ‘I don’t even have his hairstyle,’ says Maduro

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's recent move to close border crossings and deport hundreds of Colombians prompted some of his opponents to compare him to Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.

Jennifer Lopez, Sofia Vergara Among Artists Featured In HBO Docu ‘The Latin Explosion’

HBO’s documentary film The Latin Explosion: A New America is set to debut Monday, November 16 on HBO and HBO Latino and simulcast in Latin America and the Caribbean. Created and executive produced by music mogul Tommy Mottola, The Latin Explosion: A New America celebrates the artists and visionaries who have exploded onto the U.S. Show More Summary

Latin America's Trump? Venezuelan leader rejects comparison

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is used to being attacked by critics as a communist dictator, but one label the Latin American socialist was not expecting was to be compared to U.S. tycoon and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Daily Headlines: August 25, 2015

Latin America: China’s recent economic woes could have major financial repercussions to Latin American states that rely heavily on trade with the Asian country and are heavily dependent on oil exports. Caribbean: Tugboat operators are concerned over potential safety hazards regarding the expansion of the Panama Canal, while the U.S. Show More Summary

Women in Latin America

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IN THE past quarter century, more Latin American women have joined the labour force than their counterparts anywhere else in the world. The number of Latin American women in legislatures is among the highest in the world. But they remain underrepresented at the highest levels of business. Show More Summary

Breeding tropical feed crops with superior traits

The quest is on to further improve Brachiaria, a vital livestock feed crop in central Africa and Latin America.

Coursera raises $49.5M to help it expand to Latin America, China, and India

Coursera wants to accelerate its global expansion, so it went out and raised some more cash. The online education service has raised $49.5 million in the first closing of its Series C round of fundraising. The company expects to bring in an additional $10.5 million by this fall to bring its total to $60 million. […]

Return To Junk Status "Only A Matter Of Time" For Latin America's Most Important Economy: Barclays

Brazil’s embattled President Dilma Rousseff suffered another setback on Monday when Vice President Michel Temer elected to drop his role as Rousseff’s day-to-day liaison in Congress. As Reuters reports, "Temer is an important ally of...Show More Summary

Cricket expands international calling options to Latin America

The new add-on options provide customers with options to call more countries in South and Central America.

Previewing the Favorites, Dark Horses of TUF Latin America 2

Under the radar flies in The Ultimate Fighter Latin America 2, the follow-up to the first season, which was wildly entertaining. Featuring coaches Efrain Escudero and Kelvin Gastelum, the season features talent from all over Latin America...Show More Summary

BRAIN DRAIN: Some of Latin America's most capable minds are leaving in droves

Several of Latin America’s key economies are sputtering. And now, partly because of these economic doldrums, countries in the region are losing some of their brightest and most capable minds. Mexico’s academic diaspora Mexicans moving to the US (illegally or not) to work menial jobs have long been lighting rods for political and social controversy. Show More Summary

US Ramps Up Military Presence in Latin America

Peruvians marched in the capital city Lima to protest the planned arrival of more than 3,000 US military personnel and the continued US military intervention in the South American country, local media reported on Thursday.

Trade Partners Brazil & Germany Commit To Strong Climate Partnership

In a whirlwind journey to meet with her counterpart Dilma Rousseff in Brasilia, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany cemented an important climate link between the largest economies in Europe and Latin America this week. Their national...Show More Summary

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