How Companies Are Seeking to Reduce the ‘Invisible Emissions’ of Digitization

The carbon footprint of data centers surpasses that of the aviation industry, and digital companies are now looking at how to manage data while minimizing the environmental impact

Another Surveillance Balloon Is Flying Over Latin America, Pentagon Says

“We are seeing reports of a balloon transiting Latin America,” Brigadier General Pat Ryder said in a statement

Which Latin American Companies Are Already Using ChatGPT?

The chatbot using AI is being used by Mexican bank Banorte, Avocados From Mexico, and Peruvian talent development platform Crehana

Tesla’s Plans to Build a Plant In Mexico Remain Shrouded In Secrecy

Eugenio Grandio, director of business development and policy for Latin America at the electric car maker, has refused to make any comments regarding the company’s plans to open a plant in Mexico

BlackRock Names New Latin America Head

Aitor Jáuregui, formerly BlackRock’s manager for Spain, Andorra and Portugal, will assume the leadership of the fund’s operations in the region

Rounds of the Week: Diferente, Viva Translate, Paketá and Symbiomics Raise Capital

Argentina’s Stock Market Posts LatAm’s Sharpest Losses; NYSE Halts Upward Trend

Emerging Market Default Risk Is Now Back to Levels Before Ukraine War

Brazil Swap Rates Rise as President Lula da Silva Expands Criticism of Central Bank

How Pay-by-Bank Method Could Reduce Fraud and Boost Digital Payments In Mexico

Belize Strives to Revive Its Multi-Million-Dollar Shrimp Industry


Brazilian Miners Want Europe to Help Fight Amazon Gold Depredation

Damage caused by illegal mining is under the spotlight after President Lula da Silva’s government declared a public health emergency for the Yanomami indigenous population in the Amazon