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happy employees
Companies that promote the happiness of their employees and their personal strengths increase their profits up to 14 times, said experts in leadership. The teacher of the Master’s Degree in Positive Leadership at Tec Milenio, Robert Rosales, explained that in Mexico less than 12 percent of employees are committed to their company. He commented that...
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Despite Love for Pet Dogs, Mexico Has Highest Number of Stray Dogs in Latin America
Pet dogs are extremely popular in Mexico. In the evenings the parks of Mexico City are teeming with dog walkers often stopping to chat with other owners they only know through a shared passion for their pets. But there is a dark side to this picture of harmony between man and his best friend. According...
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Stroll the aisles of any Oxxo in Mexico and you will find the staples of convenience store sustenance: beer, cigarettes, enough candy to keep dentists at full employment. Look closer and you will see this old-school chain is a linchpin of the country’s e-commerce. The retailer, with more than 17,000 locations throughout Mexico, has cracked...
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The main franchisee of McDonald’s in the world, Arcos Dorados announced on Thursday that it will stop giving plastic straws in its more than 2,000 restaurants located in Mexico and throughout Latin American countries where they operate. The decision is an initiative in favor of the conservation of the environment. However, straws can be provided...
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internet mexico
Ramiro Flores, Daniel Trujillo, David Treviño and Hugo Garcia never imagined the impact they would have on the development of Mexico and Latin America. They were near graduated from the Tecnológico de Monterrey when they had the opportunity to “experiment” with a new technology that until then had little exploration. The young engineers formed the...
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California startup Bird said on Friday it has launched its electric scooters in Mexico City, expanding its effort to shake up urban transportation globally. The launch marks Bird’s entry into Latin America, a market that transportation startups and investors see as ripe for growth. The company also said it would expand its operations to Brazil....
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mexico climate accord
Mexico has invested just 8 percent of the capital to mitigate climate change that the country committed to in the 2016 Paris Agreement, according to data from the official National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change (INECC), which EFE was granted access to. According to the INECC, the capital required to implement mitigation and adaptation...
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Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Wednesday that U.S. President Donald Trump informed him he won’t be coming to his Dec. 1 inauguration and will be sending Vice President Mike Pence instead. During a telephone conversation, Lopez Obrador talked to Trump about plans for development projects in Central America and Mexico aimed at reducing...
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GUESS?, Inc. announces the opening of its 50th retail store in Mexico, a milestone moment for the brand’s strategic expansion plans in Latin America. Located in the new shopping center development, Paseo Queretaro in the state of Queretaro, the 50th store recently opened its doors to the public on Thursday, September 20th. “We are proud...
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day of the dead puerto vallarta
Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is considered the most representative traditions of Mexican culture and is from the Aztec culture that was popularized in much of Latin America. In 2008 Unesco declared Día de Muertos as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of Mexico. In Brazil, there is a similar celebration known...
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Among the thousands of immigrants who have been coming across the U.S.-Mexico border in recent months, many are seeking to escape gang and drug violence raging in their homelands. The weapon of choice used to intimidate them? Often an American-made gun. While the flow of drugs and immigrants into the U.S. has been well-documented for...
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New Choice deal will open 20 Sleep Inn hotels in Mexico
Photo credit: Jose Carlos Macouzet Espinosa Choice Hotels Mexico, a subsidiary of Choice Hotels International, has signed an exclusive multiunit agreement with SI Operaciones, a Mexican private equity fund, to develop 20 new-construction Sleep Inn hotels over the next five years. The agreement is expected to add 2,000 rooms in top markets, like Mexico City...
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"At Choice Hotels, international expansion and multi-unit development are key pillars of our growth strategy. We are actively seeking new opportunities to increase our presence in strategic markets and our agreement with SI Operaciones will allow us to do just that," said Mark Pearce, senior vice president, international division, Choice Hotels. "Choice Hotels is well...
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This Japanese-Inspired Inn is One of Mexico City's Best Kept Secrets
With handwoven tatami floors, rooftop onsen baths, and only 10 rooms, this Japanese-inspired hotel offers an unexpected place of zen in Mexico City. Just around the corner from one of Mexico City’s most iconic avenues lies a surprising respite of serenity modeled after Japan’s traditional countryside inns known as ‘ryokans.’ Photo Categories: The light-filled welcome...
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Vallarta Nayarit Gastronómica 2018
Vallarta Nayarit Gastronómica is gearing up for its most important edition with the tagline “Mexico: Thanks for so much!” Based primarily in the Riviera Nayarit, it will celebrate 10 uninterrupted years as a must-do on the world’s culinary calendar. The organizers announced this year’s event during a press conference held at the Hard Rock Hotel....
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