From Argentina to Venezuela, the shopping centre industry is expanding rapidly throughout much of South America, said speakers at a special focus on the continent at the ICSC Spring Convention, which concluded this week in Las Vegas.
Toyota is launching cars that run on ethanol and gasoline in Brazil amid growing popularity of fuel-flexible vehicles in the nation.
British Airways is expected to announce on Tuesday that it is joining a consortium led by Texas Pacific Group, the US private equity firm, to explore a takeover bid for Spain's Iberia airline.
Spain is investigating whether one of the world's biggest-ever finds of sunken treasure was plundered from its waters or from a shipwrecked Spanish galleon, the Madrid government said yesterday.
The computers are designed for children, boast extremely low electricity consumption, a pulley for hand-generated power, 1 gigabyte of flash memory, built-in wireless networking and a screen with indoor and outdoor reading modes.
A record haul of half a million silver and gold coins from a 17th Century shipwreck may have been found just 40 miles from Land's End, an expert said.
Brazil's TAM Linhas Aereas and United Airlines, a founding member of the Star Alliance, signed Friday a memorandum of understanding to develop an agreement that enables the airlines to offer code-share flights with each other and expands international destinations and frequent flyer opportunities for customers of both carriers.
Financial information group Reuters accepted an 8.7-billion-pound (12.8-billion-euro) offer from Canadian conglomerate Thomson Corp. on Tuesday to create the biggest global force in the sector.
Microsoft announced Wednesday that Santiago's Universidad Catolica de Chile (UC) will be the headquarters for the new Federation of Latin-American Universities for Innovation.
Punta Arenas Aerovias DAP incorporated a refurbished helicopter to its charter fleet of aircrafts and choppers which operate in the extreme south of Chile and once flew regularly to the Falkland Islands.