When Robson Palermo came to the United States about a decade ago, he spoke two languages: Portuguese and bull riding.
Hermano Telles Ribeiro, Consul General of Brazil to the Southeast, discusses how Brazil is making the Rio Olympic Games an inhospitable place for the mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus and working hand-in-hand with the U.S. on prevention efforts.
A Georgia State University professor’s efforts to intensify ties with northeastern Brazil have a timing problem: the area is one of the hardest-hit by the mosquito-borne Zika virus now spreading throughout the hemisphere.
Been waiting for the right time to cross Brazil off your bucket list? This might be the year, given the confluence of factors including a weak real, the upcoming Summer Olympic Games and a new policy that’s likely to drop your travel bill substantially, at least temporarily.
Merchant e-Solutions, the American arm of Brazilian payment processing giant Cielo S.A., is set to invest $5 million in a new Buckhead headquarters that will employ 140 people.
Preparing for its return to the world stage as host of the 2016 Summer Olympics, Brazil is trying to recruit tourists as it once recruited the immigrants who helped create the nation’s rich cultural diversity.
MJV Technology & Innovation, a consultancy aimed at helping companies address their challenges by thinking differently, on Sept. 10 hosted its first event out of a new Atlanta office.
What does the theme song from the sitcom “Friends” have to do with the global economy? Apparently, one lyric describes the current situation perfectly, indicating that it’s “stuck in second gear” with emerging nations finding “it hasn’t been your day, your month or even your year,” an economist said in Atlanta.
As Latin American governments aim to maximize revenues, investors are faced with a vast and complex network of tax and compliance regulations that could throw a wrench into their regional expansion plans. That tangled web has become an opportunity for Atlanta-based Invoiceware International, which operates a cloud-based software solution that plugs into companies’ existing systems Read more
Delta Air Lines Inc. plans to buy $56 million in newly issued shares of its partner airline in Brazil, bringing its ownership stake in GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA from 3 to about 9 percent, executives said in a July 15 earnings call in which Delta announced a record $1.6 billion quarterly profit. The goal is to deepen Read more