Posts filtered by tags: Мексика Mexico[x]


 

Cu4tro Soles: The wine of Mexico

Cu4tro Soles is a 100% Mexican wine, under the concept "The wine of Mexico" the brand seeks to highlight its origin through symbols, colors, slang and expressions of the Mexican culture. master_1_resized.jpg   master_2_resized.jpg  
Tags: Mexico, Advertising


Vienna’s GoStudent raises $244M at a $1.7B valuation for its online tutor marketplace

Online teaching came into the spotlight for many students and parents in the last year, and today one of the companies that saw a big lift during that rush of activity is announcing a big round of funding to carry it into what has emerged as a more permanent change of habits for many learners. GoStudent, a marketplace where K-12 students (and their parents) can find and engage with one-to-one video-based tutors in a variety of subjects, has raised €205 million ($244 million), in a Series C round...
Tags: Europe, Education, Mexico, Softbank, Funding, Tech, Vienna, Canada, Edtech, Tutoring, DST Global, Online Education, Vienna Austria, DN Capital, Tutors, Vision Fund


Rights Group Urges UN Pressure Campaign Against Nicaragua President

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Human Rights Watch urged the United Nations and member countries on Tuesday to pressure Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega...
Tags: Mexico, United Nations, Reuters Human Rights Watch


Justices dismiss challenge to “remain in Mexico” policy

On a day on which the court issued major rulings on college sports and securities law, the order list from the justices’ private conference last week made less of a splash on Monday morning. The court did not add any new cases to its docket for the fall, but it did ask the federal government to weigh in on a state supreme court’s interpretation of a federal regulation – a move that could put a potential successor to Justice Stephen Breyer in the spotlight. And in a separate order issued later o...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Law, Mexico, Joe Biden, Homeland Security, Biden, California Supreme Court, Leondra Kruger, Department Of Homeland Security, Trump, Reilly, Howe, Stephen Breyer, U S Department of Housing and Urban Development, Alejandro Mayorkas


Alexander: At LAFC, the kids are all right

The continuing argument over the benefits of amateurism, college athletes’ compensation and whether the NCAA is exploitative or simply giving the people what they want … all of that is lost on teenagers Christian Torres, Antonio Leone and Erik Dueñas. They’re soccer players who skipped that step long ago. They are homeschooled high school students who are now also professionals, serving apprenticeships with the Los Angeles Football Club as “homegrown” players with bright futures and an early edu...
Tags: Usa, Mexico, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, La Liga, Portland, Lionel Messi, Long Beach, Mls, Ncaa, Messi, Seattle, Pacific


Mexico border city rocked as weekend of gang violence leaves 19 dead

President: 15 victims were innocent bystanders in ReynosaOther four were suspected gunmen who fired indiscriminatelyFear has invaded the Mexican border city of Reynosa after a weekend of violence in which 19 people were killed, including taxis drivers, workers and a nursing student, and security forces responded with operations that left four suspects dead.This city across the border from McAllen, Texas, is a key trafficking point, and has long been accustomed to cartel violence. President André...
Tags: Mexico, Americas, World news, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, McAllen Texas, Reynosa


‘Godzilla Singular Point’ Anime Series Coming to Netflix This Week

Godzilla Singular Point, a new anime series from director Atsushi Takahashi (Doraemon the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi) and anime studios Bones (My Hero Academia) and Orange (Beastars), marks a significant departure from recent Godzilla stories. Our rave review of the show calls it the possible “rightful anime heir to Shin Godzilla,” and says it “offers a much more cerebral take on the King of Monsters than the recent Hollywood smash-em-up Godzilla vs. Kong.” And now...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Mexico, Sci-fi, Netflix, Anime, Godzilla, Hayao Miyazaki, Shin Godzilla, Mononoke, Action/Adventure, Release Dates, Antarctic Kachi Kochi, Kazue Kato


Mexico President to Investigate Border Shooting of Innocents

Mexico's president is vowing to investigate the border shootings that left 19 dead.
Tags: Mexico


U.S. Trade Boss Tai: We Will Not Incentivize Firms to Move Jobs Overseas

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration said on Monday it was working closely with the United Autoworkers union in pressing Mexico to probe...
Tags: Washington, Mexico, Biden, Reuters, Tai, United Autoworkers


Nicaragua political arrests lead Argentina and Mexico to recall envoys

Argentina and Mexico recall ambassadors for talks after a fifth presidential hopeful is detained.
Tags: News, Mexico, Argentina, Nicaragua


Mexico Extends Deadline for Re-Do of Disputed GM Contract Vote

By Daina Beth SolomonMEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexican authorities on Monday extended the deadline for the union at a General Motors Co plant to re-do...
Tags: Mexico, Gm, General Motors Co, Daina Beth, SolomonMEXICO CITY Reuters


Western ‘Dead for a Dollar’ Will Team Director Walter Hill With Willem Dafoe and Christoph Waltz

Walter Hill, the legendary filmmaker behind 48 Hrs., Streets of Fire, The Warriors, and so much more, is getting back behind the camera for the Western Dead for a Dollar. It’s Hill’s first feature since 2016’s questionable The Assignment, and will have the director working with Christoph Waltz and Willem Dafoe in a tale of a bounty hunter operating out of the New Mexico Territory in 1897. Deadline has the scoop that Walter Hill is gearing up to direct Dead for a Dollar, his first feature fil...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Mexico, Western, Christoph Waltz, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Cannes, Max, Hill, Rachel, Elijah, Matt Harris, Willem-Dafoe, Walter Hill, Myriad Pictures


Mexican President Fires Head of Powerful Auditing Ministry

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday removed the head of the powerful government auditor, promoting a...
Tags: Mexico, Reuters, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador


Mexican President Orders Probe Into Border Shootings That Killed 'Innocent People'

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday called for a federal investigation into a spate of deadly gun...
Tags: Mexico, Reuters, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador


Filmax Adds Psychological Thriller ‘The House Among the Cactuses’ Pick Up (EXCLUSIVE)

Barcelona-based producer distributor Filmax has snagged the Spanish and international rights to Carlota González-Adrio’s debut thriller “The House Among the Cactuses.” Currently in post-production, the film is based on Paul Pen’s U.S. novel “Desert Flowers” and sees the action transposed from Mexico’s Baja California Desert to an isolated valley on the island of Gran Canaria. […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Barcelona, Filmax, Gran Canaria, Paul Pen, Carlota González Adrio, Baja California Desert


2 gorgeous new games are the best examples yet of how video games are looking noticeably more realistic and detailed than ever before

A screenshot from upcoming Xbox game, "Microsoft Flight Simulator." Microsoft With new game consoles boasting more power than ever, modern video games can be especially beautiful. The recent debut of "Forza Horizon 5" highlighted as much, as did "Microsoft Flight Simulator." Both games feature rich, sweeping environments and ultra-detailed vehicles. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. During the video game industry's annual E3 trade show last week, one message was...
Tags: Gaming, Microsoft, Video Games, Entertainment, Mexico, New York City, Trends, Graphics, Dubai, Xbox, Forza Horizon, Xbox Studios, Ben Gilbert, Tech Insider, Playground Games, Xbox Series X


Porsche and Pascal Wehrlein nab stellar Formula E results in Mexico, lose out on minor rules infractions

Photo: Porsche Porsche doesn’t do things by half measure. When the company decides it is going to get into racing, that’s because it has decided to win that series, that championship, and that race. It will pull out all of the stops to make victories happen, no matter what. It may take a few years of development and spending and engagement in a series to find its feet, but it always does. Nowhere is that more true than in Formula E. Porsche joined the series in the 2019/20 season and had middli...
Tags: Mexico, New York City, Racing, Porsche, Autos, Michelin, Formula E, Electric, Audi, Nissan, Pascal, Puebla, Ev, FIA, Andre, Wehrlein


Uber to become the sole owner of grocery delivery startup Cornershop

Uber has reached a deal to become the sole owner of Latin American delivery startup Cornershop, just one year after acquiring a majority stake in the company. The ride-hailing giant said in a regulatory filing Monday that it will purchase the remaining 47% interest in Cornershop in exchange for 29 million shares. The transaction is expected to close in July. Uber announced in 2019 plans to take a majority ownership in Cornershop. That transaction wasn’t completed until the third quarter of 2020 ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Uber, Apps, Mexico, Americas, Tech, Walmart, Canada, Chile, Postmates, Grocery Delivery, Accel, Exit, Dara Khosrowshahi, Cornershop


Ambassadors Recalled After Latest Nicaragua Arrest

Mexico and Argentina have recalled their ambassadors to Nicaragua for consultations, a day after President Daniel Ortega’s government arrested yet another presidential contender ahead of the Nov. 7 elections.
Tags: Mexico, Argentina, Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, Nicaragua Arrest


Mexico border city rocked as weekend of gang violence leaves 14 dead

• State governor says ‘innocent civilians’ killed by gunmen• Heavy military response adds four to death toll in ReynosaFear has invaded the Mexican border city of Reynosa after gunmen in vehicles killed 14 people, including taxis drivers, workers and a nursing student, and security forces responded with operations that left four suspects dead.This city across the border from McAllen, Texas, is a key trafficking point, and has long been accustomed to cartel violence. But the 14 victims in Saturda...
Tags: Mexico, Americas, World news, McAllen Texas, Tamaulipas, Reynosa, ReynosaFear, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca


Mexico and Argentina Recall Ambassadors to Nicaragua Amid Ortega Crackdown

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico and Argentina have called on their ambassadors to Nicaragua to return to their respective capitals for consultations...
Tags: Mexico, Argentina, Nicaragua, MEXICO CITY Reuters Mexico


US borders with Mexico and Canada will remain restricted to travel through July 21, DHS says

The Department of Homeland Security announced borders with Mexico and Canada will remain restricted through July "to reduce the spread" of COVID-19.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Mexico, US, Dhs, Canada, Usa Today, Department Of Homeland Security


Mexico: There Is A (Growing) Liability In Your Fixed Assets –Which You Know You Have - Foley & Lardner

Fixed assets represent a significant capital investment for manufacturing companies, though, once made, they are just there to produce as expected and that is it, right?
Tags: News, Mexico, Foley, Lardner


Fear shakes Mexico border city after violence leaves 18 dead

The area’s criminal activity has long been dominated by the Gulf Cartel and there have been fractures within that group.
Tags: Mexico, Gulf Cartel


Coronavirus live: 10,000 domestic fans allowed in Tokyo Olympics venues; US keeps Mexico and Canada borders closed

Tokyo 2020 organisers unveil plans for fans in venues; US borders with Canada and Mexico to remain closed to non-essential travel until 21 July‘Mistakes need to be dealt with’: anger in South Africa as third wave hitsAustralia’s vaccine rollout ‘constrained’ by Pfizer supply shortagesMyanmar reports highest Covid numbers since coupFlu could be a ‘bigger problem than Covid in UK this winter’UK coronavirus updates – live 10.17am BST Thailand’s health minister said Japan’s government would dona...
Tags: Japan, UK, Mexico, US, World news, Thailand, Canada, South Africa, Astrazeneca, Tokyo, Vaccines and immunisation, Pfizer, Olympic Games, Ioc, Reuters, Coronavirus


Coronavirus live news: US delays easing of land border restrictions; Japan to rule on allowing fans at Olympics

Reports suggest Tokyo 2020 organisers will allow 10,000 fans; New Zealand approves Pfizer vaccine for 12-15 year olds; US borders with Canada and Mexico to remain closed to non-essential travel until 21 JulyUK reports 9,284 Covid cases on day before lockdown was due to endUnder-18s could be ‘reservoirs’ for virus when all adults are jabbedTrudeau makes global vaccine pledge but how committed is Canada?See all our coronavirus coverage 5.58am BST Tokyo Olympics organisers and Japanese official...
Tags: Japan, Mexico, US, World news, Canada, New Zealand, Tokyo, Helen Sullivan, Coronavirus, US Homeland Security Department


US extends Covid-19 travel restrictions with Canada and Mexico

The United States has extended Covid-19 restrictions on non-essential travel at land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico until July 21, according to a tweet from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Sunday.
Tags: Mexico, US, Cnn, Canada, United States, Department of Homeland Security DHS, COVID


US extends Covid travel restrictions with Canada and Mexico

The United States has extended Covid-19 restrictions on non-essential travel at land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico until July 21, according to a tweet from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Sunday.
Tags: News, Mexico, US, Canada, United States, Stories, Department of Homeland Security DHS


The restrictions are on non-essential travel at land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico until July 21

The United States has extended Covid-19 restrictions on non-essential travel at land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico until July 21, according to a tweet from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Sunday.
Tags: News, Mexico, Canada, United States, Stories, Department of Homeland Security DHS


US borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed through July 21, DHS says

The Department of Homeland Security announced the borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed through July "to reduce the spread" of COVID-19.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Mexico, US, Dhs, Canada, Usa Today, Department Of Homeland Security