Sensors, scanners and surveillance companies outfitted their best products at annual gathering in Texas.
La aplicación utiliza tecnología geoespacial y análisis predictivo para ayudar a los usuarios de las comunidades afectadas a rastrear la propagación de COVID-19 y descifrar las zonas afectadas.
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Gene Schriver, emprendedor de origen argentino que creció en Filadelfia, es el CEO y fundador de GLOBO, una plataforma tecnológica de servicios de traducción, considerada una de las startups latinas con mayor crecimiento en EEUU en 2016.
Gene Schriver is the CEO and founder of GLOBO, a translation services platform, considered one of the fastest growing Latino startups in the US.
Latino activist Jerónimo Saldaña says suit promotes race hatred and is reminiscent of Ku Klux Klan.
It is the first step in a process that promises to combine three of Trump’s most successful ventures: beauty pageants, reality TV competitions and xenophobia. Proposals include hi-tech ‘virtual wall’ and 1,600km barrier of shipping containers.
Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia recognizes top entrepreneurs and gives your start-up pioneers advice.
For a time on Monday, one question appeared to haunt stock market investors from Tokyo to Manhattan: Will President Trump be able to live up to his promises to reduce taxes and cut regulation?
Automation endangers model based on low-wage jobs and export of goods made in duty-free zones, as reported in El País.
The government hopes that former FARC guerrillas will persuade villagers to switch crops, as rreported in The Economist.
Domino’s went from having a 9 percent share of the pizza restaurant market in 2009 to 15 percent in 2016, according to research firm NPD Cres
La compañía de Bill Gates anunció hoy una inversión de nueve millones de dólares este año en Latinoamérica para reducir el déficit de profesionales con las habilidades necesarias para una transformación digital exitosa.
Global box office revenue hit a record $38.6 billion in 2016, according to a report released Wednesday by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA).
Philadelphia is at risk to lose small retail shops that are vital for the city. Could socially minded venture capitalism be the answer?
Wheat consumption is growing in Mexico, with thousands of bakeries offering artisan bread
Amcham Mexico's members account for nearly 70 percent of the foreign direct investment (FDI) and 30 percent of the jobs in the country, according to the business group's new president, Monica Flores.
Toward the end of 1942, Winston Churchill, in announcing a rare victory over the German army, uttered one of his more memorable phrases: “This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” The same might be said today of the American economic recovery. Progress, though real, is incomplete.
Hacia fines de 1942, Winston Churchill, al anunciar una inusitada victoria sobre el ejército alemán, pronunció una de sus frases más memorables: “Éste no es el final. Ni siquiera es el comienzo del final. Pero quizás sea el fin del comienzo.” Lo mismo podría decirse hoy sobre la recuperación económica norteamericana. El progreso, aunque real, es incompleto.
Several Mexican Startups and Entrepeneurs are moving to the capital of Guadalajara amid fears of Trump's immigration policies, reported El País.
The cruise ship Marina, with the Florida-based Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., arrived Thursday at the port of Havana with 1,250 passengers on its first trip to Cuba.
Political donor and philanthropist Charles Koch has donated $2.2 million to the University of Pennsylvania Law School’s research and policy center created four years ago to promote long-term structural improvements to the U.S. criminal justice system.
The startup Magnolia Mitigation has done vital work to protect two separate endangered species in Pennsylvania, and has saved thousands of acres of wetland throughout the country, reported The Philadelphia Citizen.
In 2011, billionaire Peter Thiel made headlines when he announced that he would pay 20 teenagers $100,000 each to drop out or delay college and start businesses in biotechnology, finance, energy and education.
Thiel, the co-founder of PayPal, a venture capitalist and early investor in Facebook, wanted to underscore his belief that college costs too much, isn’t as intellectually rigorous as it once was, and leaves recent grads burdened with student loans that keep them from taking the entrepreneurial risks needed to spur the economy.
En 2001, el multimillonario Peter Thiel hizo noticia cuando anunció que pagaría 100.000 dólares a 20 adolescentes, si abandonaban sus estudios universitarios o los retrasaban para iniciar empresas de biotecnología, finanzas, energía y educación.
Thiel, co-fundador de PayPal, capitalista de riesgo e inversor temprano de Facebook, quería recalcar su creencia de que la universidad cuesta demasiado, no es intelectualmente rigurosa como lo era antes y deja a los graduados con la carga de préstamos universitarios que les impiden asumir los riesgos necesarios para activar la economía.
Less than 2 percent of all technology start-ups are led by black or Latino individuals, according to a Rutgers University report. The reasons are two-fold: black and Latino entrepreneurs have difficulty securing capital and they also have challenges building business teams that get accepted into top tier accelerators.
In his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, the billionaire praises ‘talented and ambitious immigrants’ , giving a contrary voice to Donald Trump.