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How to Get Started with Supplier Onboarding in Latin America

Categories: P2P, Procurement Systems & Architecture, supplier networks, Supplier Risk and Compliance Management Tags: L1, Process & Best Practice Supplier networks have dramatically altered the way procurement handles supplier data. The ERP system, long the home of any company’s supplier master data, is ceding dominance to new technologies. Show More Summary

Fidel Castro Turned Out to Be Right About the US Role in Latin America

Reactions to the death of Fidel Castro Ruz have highlighted some of the differences in the way the Cuban revolutionary and long-time head of state is perceived throughout the world. Most of the world admires Castro and Cuba as having...Show More Summary

Recent photographs by one of Mexico's most acclaimed contemporary photographers on view at Throckmorton Fine Art

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

Throckmorton Fine Art announces an exhibit of the photography of one of Latin America?s most celebrated contemporary artists, Flor Garduño. The exhibit presents 40 black-and-white images by Garduño, highlighting her most recent work, but also including some of the most iconic images from earlier in her prolific career. Show More Summary

Castro Started a Cultural Revolution, Too

When Fidel Castro seized power in Cuba in 1959, the reverberations of his revolution caused a somewhat unlikely consequence: An explosion of literature never before seen in Latin America, and only rarely seen elsewhere, of such quantity and quality that it was labeled "the boom." “It’s not that Fidel influenced...

Trump is making China angry. Could China undermine the U.S. in Latin America?

Many experts suggest that the rhetoric and politics of President-elect Donald Trump provide an opportunity for China to make inroads into Latin America. Chinese President Xi Jinping recently promoted a Chinese-led trading bloc as an alternative to the Trans Pacific Partnership in a meeting of 21 Pacific Rim leaders that took place in Peru. Just as […]

Bringing cumbia music from Argentina and joy to the crowds

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With a sparkling smile and chic, refined poise, Mariana Yegros is merging Latin America's cumbia music with electronica and finding growing international success. La Yegros, the Argentine singer's stage name, has been dubbed the "queen...Show More Summary

World AIDS Day: Stigma and Discrimination Around HIV and AIDS in Latin America

A fundamental pillar of HRC Global is our Global Fellowship Program. Through this program, HRC Global has the privilege of hosting numerous LGBTQ advocates from around the world at our office in Washington, D.C. Fellows work alongside...Show More Summary

Another senior executive at Deutsche Bank is set to leave the bank (DB)

A senior executive at Deutsche Bank is set to leave the bank. Brad McKee, an emerging markets specialist who was most recently head of Latin America structured debt, will leave at the end of the year, according to people familiar with...Show More Summary

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Evening Headlines Bloomberg: China Seizes Opening in U.S. Backyard After Trump Upends Policy. As Donald Trump weighs plans to tear up trade deals and deport illegal migrants from Latin America, Chinese President Xi Jinping is moving swiftly to reset relations in America’s backyard. Show More Summary

To break recession, Latin America and Caribbean nations must support its self-starters, study says

Latin American and Caribbean nations continue to languish in a recession, and a recent report says policies that promote greater entrepreneurship could give economies a needed boost. Continue reading ? The post To break recession, Latin America and Caribbean nations must support its self-starters, study says appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

China makes move on Latin America as Trump steps back from trade deals

Now that Donald Trump is preparing to take charge and has said he’ll withdraw from U.S. trade agreements, China is signaling that it plans to capitalize on the worries of … Click to Continue »

Indie game developers in Latin America sustain growth after launch on Google Play

Posted by Kacey Fahey, Marketing Programs Manager, Google Play Indie game developers are some of the most exciting and innovative teams to work with. While developers large and small exist on the same field, gone are the days where you hit publish and turn your back, moving on to the next project. Show More Summary

Fandango Expands Into Latin America With Cinepapaya Acquisition

Fandango announced today its expansion into Latin America with the acquisition of Peruvian-based Cinepapaya, the top online movie-ticketing service in the region, which services 42 million unique monthly visitors. Fandango will now reach Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Ecuador and Bolivia.

Fandango Buys Peru-Based Online Ticket Seller Cinepapaya

Fandango just broadened its reach in Latin America by acquiring Cinepapaya, a Lima, Peru-based online movie ticketing company. Comcast’s online ticket sales operation says that this deal, on top of last year’s pick up of Brazil’s Ingresso.com,...Show More Summary

Fidel Castro Showed Latin America How to Resist American Imperialism

Click here for reuse options! The failed invasion of the Bay of Pigs was widely celebrated as the first defeat of imperialism in the Americas. As we revisit the life and legacy of former Cuban President Fidel Castro, we examine how Cuba’s revolutionary ideals spread throughout Latin America. Show More Summary

As U.S. Dumps Trade Deals, China Swoops In

The Economist: Geopolitics waits for no man, not even the United States' president-elect. Little more than a week after Donald Trump's victory, Xi Jinping, president of the world's second-largest economy, set off for Latin America -- his third trip there since 2013 -- clutching a sheaf of trade deals. Show More Summary

Club Carlson CyberMonday 15% or 30% off Nov28-March 31 Americas

Club Carlson has a CyberMonday 24-hour flash sale offering 15% off one-night stays and 30% off two-nights and longer stays for reservations November 28 to March 31 at participating hotels in USA, Canada and Latin America. Promotion code: CYBERDAY. Show More Summary

Castro's Cuba, beacon in Latin America's leftist tide

Beyond his native Caribbean island, Fidel Castro's revolutionary fire set alight much of Latin America, helping drive numerous leftist allies to power in a tide that is now turning. "Cuba was a model, a beacon for the left in Latin America," said Gaspard Estrada, head of the Latin America Observatory at the Sciences Po politics institute in Paris. Show More Summary

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