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Mexican Film Struggles at Home

Jun 15, 2016 :

Following the success of Mexican directors like Alfonso Cuarón and Alejandro González Iñárritu in Hollywood, filmmakers want to promote smaller-budget movies and encourage Mexicans to learn more about homegrown cinema. 33 more words


Fondo Elliott Management presiona por un cambio en Avianca Holdings

NUEVA YORK, Estados Unidos–El fondo de cobertura estadounidense Elliott Management ha estado presionando a Avianca Holdings S.A., una de las mayores aerolíneas de América Latina, para una venta o una asociación estratégica, pese a que no tiene una participación directa en la empresa, reportó el diario Financial Times. 316 more words

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Marketing to Millennials: *spoiler* they really do care!

I attended the Financial Times Future of Marketing Conference last week in New York.  In a room filled with marketers from all facets of industries, there was one resonating theme: 701 more words


"Gary Johnson's White House Bid Suffers Setback"? Au Contraire, Financial Times

I used to think that reading the Financial Times would help me “seek alpha,” and become even more hugely, fabulously rich. No more. Their headline today evinces (a favorite word of theirs) not a whit of comprehension of their American cousins’ presidential contest. 164 more words

No Informal Words, Please. But Why?

ONE of the greatest disservice English language teachers in school can do to young minds is to taint the value of informal words. No informal words, please. 1,070 more words


Business Podcast - "Listen to Lucy" Wells Fargo’


In September 2016, Wells Fargo bank was issued (fue penalizada con) a combined total of $185 million in fines (multas) for creating over 1.5 million checking and savings accounts ( 1,338 more words

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In his 2011 book The Globalisation Paradox, Dani Rodrik, a professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, offered what he called the “fundamental political ‘trilemma’ of the world economy: we cannot simultaneously pursue democracy, national determination and economic globalisation”.

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