Lorena Guarino (EN)

Lorena Guarino (EN)

Reporter

Argentine journalist, specialized in business and economics for more than 15 years. She was general editor of Forbes Argentina and previously developed in newspapers such as La Nación, El Cronista Comercial and Buenos Aires Económico and Infobae among others.
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Despite Sales Surge, Latin Music Still Overlooked By US National Recording Registry

Although revenues are growing at a rate that surpasses those of the total music market, the Latin music genre remains underrepresented in the US Library of Congress National Recording Registry

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Latinos’ Presence on Boards of Directors in US Firms Shows Slow Advance, KPMG Says

Latinos occupy 3.7% of the positions on the boards of Fortune 1000 companies, according to a study

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Latino Immigrants in US Are Stagnating in Social Mobility and Getting Poorer, MPI Says

More than nine million Latin American and Caribbean immigrants live in poverty, according to a study by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI)

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Latino, Black Entrepreneurs in US Face Steeper Path to Wealth

The lack or limitation of credit for minorities make access to entrepreneurship unequal in the US, according to JP Morgan Chase

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Which Latin American Countries and Sectors Offer the Greatest Inclusion for Employees?

In Latin America. the percentage of employees who feel totally included is higher than in the US, Europe and Australia

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How Latino-Owned Businesses Have Become the Economic Heart of Some US States

New Mexico, Texas, Florida and California are home to the largest number of Hispanic- and Latino-owned businesses

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Beat Exits Argentina, Mexico and Peru to Focus on European Markets

The ride-hailing app exits the three Latin American markets from November 9 to focus on Europe, but the company’s Peru division has hinted at an imminent global closure

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Which Professions Employ the Most, and the Fewest, Latinos in the US?

Almost two out of every 10 jobs in the United States is occupied by a Latino, but their representation is more scarce in science and the media

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How Millennial Investors in Latin America Have Broken the Mold

Latin Americans aged between 27 and 40 are becoming active investors in the region, but with a different focus from that of their parents and forebears

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Kavak Steers into Dubai, Oman and Saudi Arabia as Mexican Unicorn Chases Growth

The used-car sales platform is seeking to capture a potential market of $34 billion and 1.9 million transactions annually

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How Do Rental Yields Compare in Latin America’s Capital Cities?

With disparate prices, yields in dollars fluctuate from city to city across the region, influenced by location and the economic health of each country

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Pinterest Launches Ads, MercadoLibre Debuts Video as E-Commerce Mimics Social Media

Instagram and Tik Tok have changed the user experience and e-commerce platforms are seeking to emulate their success, with Pinterest launching ads in Latin America and MercadoLibre adding video

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Argentine Gallery Exports Latin American NFT Artworks to Asia, Europe

Through the Kephi Gallery, created by four Argentines, some 1,500 Latin American artists are selling their works in Asia and Europe for up to $20.000

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‘Too Much Capital Is a Double-Edged Sword’, Tiendanube’s CEO Says

With a valuation of $3.1 billion, the Argentine e-commerce unicorn is Latin America’s fifth most-valuable

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