Social Security Issue Delays Mexico’s Planned Labor Reform for Delivery App Workers

The Labor Ministry will send an initiative to Congress for a reform that can be applied to all the platforms operating in the country, such as Uber, Didi and Rappi

Latin American Markets, NYSE Close Lower Amid Expectations of More Rate Hikes

Argentina’s Merval led the losses in Latin America, falling more than 3%, while Wall Street closed lower as a US services gauge unexpectedly rose, fueling speculation the Federal Reserve will keep its policy tight

Exclusive: YPF Investment In 2023 Will Depend on Inflation’s Impact on Fuel Prices

A source with direct knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg Línea that the oil company’s expenditure will depend on prices being aligned with the consumer price index

Former Employees Lambast Kavak for Customer Service Failures, Bad Management

Former employees of Latin America’s most valuable startup tell Bloomberg Línea about the company’s problems in the markets in which it operates

The Ex-Banker Who Helps Citigroup Fight the Group’s Diversity Challenge

Ex-investment banker Sara Wechter was in her 20s when she started shaping the firm’s strategy, personnel and now policies from remote work to abortion access

Family Behind World’s Biggest Malls Face a Lawsuit Over Knockoff Hand Sanitizer

Grupo Mexico Seen in Advanced Talks In Citigroup’s Banamex Unit Acquisition

Qatar World Cup Spotlights Health Risks of Heavy Work in High Temperatures

Pharma Firm Aims to Reboot Uruguay’s Cannabis Industry

Volkswagen Looks to Expand Coding Schools in Brazil, Mexico to Bolster Tech Skills

Hispanic, Black People Among Most Often Infected Without Covid Shots, Study Says


Team Japan Does More Than Tidy Up in Qatar 2022

Japan has had enough of being a “good loser.” A pair of shock victories against Spain and Germany are putting the soccer world on notice