According to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, the nation will pull out of the recession by the third or fourth quarter of this year. Of course, the likelihood of that happening is about the same as Octomom Nadye Suleman being invited to give the keynote address at the annual meeting of Planned Parenthood. Read MiamiToday […]
Searching for substance in the summit’s declaration is akin to looking for a polar bear in a snowstorm. Summits of the Americas traditionally have been vacuous, mind-numbing conventions of inter-American heads of state and their acolytes in which pompous, sermon-style pontifications and amorphous and anodyne declarations—substance-free and coma-inducing—are delivered to the press and whoever else […]
An innovative program brings together “virtual” interns from Florida International’s University’s Chapman School of Business with the Department of Commerce to benefit U.S. businesses and a new generation of business students. Read article from the Department of Commerce International Trade Administration Newsletter.
Add this number to the many fact and figures being bandied about during this recession: 246,957, the record-high number of GMAT exams administered to aspiring MBA candidates last year. So far this year, numbers of test-takers show the volume looks to be even greater. ”Typically, people sit out economic downturns in school — business school […]
Latin America is not immune to the economic downturn, but, says Jude Webber, with more stable governments and encouragement of foreign investment, the region is perhaps better positioned to deal with it than ever before. Worried about the economic crisis? Thinking of cutting back? Think again, Argentine president Cristina Kirchner advised this month. Though her […]
Will Chavez and Morales win referendums? Will Chile turn right? We take a closer look at Latin America’s political outlook this year. Read Latin Business Chronicle article.