Financial

The AIFA closes April with an average of just over 1,100 daily passengers

The new airport served 34,981 passengers in the month, with the highest traffic recorded going to Cancún and Mérida. However, other routes such as to Villahermosa remained in decline.

A sustainable vision is key in the organizational strategy

Companies like Enel stand out for accompanying their clients to adopt a new approach, find solutions tailored to their objectives and integrate sustainability into their value chain.

The US evaluates a labor investigation at a Stellantis plant in Coahuila

The US government is considering filing a complaint for alleged labor abuses at an auto parts plant owned by the European automaker, according to a Reuters report.

Iberdrola is sanctioned for 9,145 million pesos for selling self-supply electricity

The Energy Regulatory Commission determined the sanction after verifying that the company sold electricity to its consumer partners in the Dulces Nombres plant, self-sufficient.

Inflation and a lower exchange of telephones affect telephone revenues

Equipment revenues totaled 73,836 million pesos in the first quarter of this year, 10.2% less than in the same period of 2021; Telcel and Telefónica were the most affected firms.

Investing

Digital vaccination passport to the Colombian

THREE ENTREPRENEURS, with their accelerated company in Silicon Valley, have ready, thanks to blockchain technology, the platform for those vaccinated ...

World Entrepreneurship Day: What is the profile of the successful?

April 16 is the day in which it is intended to inspire all those people who work every day to carry out their business idea.

Grant Cardone advises how to survive recessions

Chapter of "If you are not the first, you are the last", the latest book by the billionaire in the real estate industry and best seller in sales.

Voices of women leaders: experiences towards equity

Fighting against the limiting beliefs that society imposes, preparing and assuming work with discipline, are part of the learning.

Is the drive for success justified ?, asks philosopher Michael J. Sandel

The most recognized philosophy professor in the world questions meritocracy in his most recent book “The Tyranny of Merit. What has become of the common good?