All posts tagged "Cover Story"
The Dangers of an Evertec Monopoly
Analyzing Puerto Rico’s ATM Network In the late afternoon of Jan. 9, during the tail-end of the holiday shopping season and the beginning of back-to-school sales for the new semester, most of Puerto Rico’s debit system stopped...
- Posted January 28, 2016
The Act 20/22 Study
Act 20 Created 3,713 Direct, Full-Time Jobs in Puerto Rico in 2014; Act 22 Resulted in $260 Million in Real-Estate Investments
- Posted January 21, 2016
The Year Ahead
García Padilla Advisers Bogged Down in Debt-Packed 2016 The new year will mark a significantly shameful milestone for Puerto Rico. The new calendar year that began 14 days ago marks the ninth year out of 10 that...
- Posted January 14, 2016
The Year in Review
P.R. Economy Stuck in Winterland As 2015 comes to a close, Puerto Rico’s economy is entering its 10th year of negative or flat growth, facing well-known challenges of the past, as well some new ones. This year...
- Posted December 24, 2015
Person of the Year: The Debt Monster
Puerto Rico Debt Crisis Shrouds Washington, D.C. in controversy BY PHILIPE SCHOENE ROURA & ROSARIO FAJARDO Few stories pertaining to Puerto Rico have captured the attention of mainstream press as the island’s debt—a monster towering $70 billion...
- Posted December 17, 2015
It wasn’t that long ago when saying “street food” brought to mind hot dog stands or food trucks (guagüitas de comida in Spanish) serving cheap off erings like tripleta sandwiches of ham, steak and pork, and frituras,...
- Posted December 16, 2015