Venezuela’s Oil Minister Resigns Amid Arrests Linked to Corruption Allegations

Tareck El Aissami announced his resignation in a tweet on Monday as the government carried out a series of arrests as part of Nicolás Maduro’s government’s investigations into acts of corruption

Latin America, Caribbean Need More Trade Partners to Fight Food Insecurity, FAO Says

Approximately 56 million people in the region suffer from hunger, while around 268 million live in a state of food insecurity, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization

As Nearshoring Increases the Demand for Specialized Talent, How Prepared Is LatAm?

Despite the advances, analysts believe the region is not in conditions to meet the demand for specialized professionals that the new trend will bring

Amazon Delivery Firms Say Racial Bias Taints Customer Reviews of Black, Latino Drivers

Time and again, they say, drivers of color get worse feedback than their White counterparts. The ratings help determine pay and employment

Bank Crisis Will Mean Regulatory Rethink, Goldman Sachs Group’s Beth Hammack Says

Goldman hasn’t been immune to troubles in Latin America. The firm holds 1.065 billion reais ($203 million) in credits to distressed retailer Americanas SA due to swaps transactions with the Brazilian firm

Sea’s Billionaire CEO, Shopee Owner, Tells Staff ‘The Worst Is Over’

Seizure of an American Firm’s Marine Terminal in Mexico Adds to Tension with US

Lula da Silva’s Approval Ratings Top Jair Bolsonaro, Trail His Previous Terms: Ipec

Fed to Consider a Pause as Fallout From SVB Disturbs Markets

Working as Digital Nomads Could Mean a Tax Bill for Some International Workers

What Can You Do to Stop Climate Change? Find Out With a Board Game


Life After SoftBank: Claure, Passoni, Nyatta Plan to Team Up In a New Fund

Bloomberg Línea has learned that the three former executives intend to work together again for Bicycle Capital after the non-compete agreement with SoftBank ends