January, 2023

  • 18 January

    Inflation Begins to Stabilize in The United States

    -Editorial Rising U.S. consumer prices moderated again last month, bolstering hopes that inflation’s grip on the economy will continue to ease this year and possibly require less drastic action by the Federal Reserve to control it. Inflation declined to 6.5% in December compared with a year earlier, the government said …

  • 17 January

    Bucs Bow Out of 2022 Playoffs with 31-14 Loss to Cowboys

    -Editorial The Tampa Bay Buccaneers qualified for the playoffs for the third straight season in 2022 but then made their quickest exit in that span with a dispiriting 31-14 loss to the visiting Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card Round on Monday night. The Buccaneers had earned a home game …

  • 9 January

    Biden Arrives in Mexico to Participate in the North American Leaders’ Summit

    -Editorial U.S. President Joe Biden arrived in Mexico to be part of a trilateral meeting with the President of Mexico Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau. This year’s Summit takes place as the nations look to full recovery from the COVID pandemic and in …

  • 2 January

    The Supreme Court of Mexico Elects its First Female President

     -Editorial Minister Norma Lucia Piña Hernandez has been elected as president of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN). With this appointment, the jurist has become the first woman to preside over the highest court in Mexico. In just three rounds, the judge obtained the necessary six votes …

December, 2022

  • 26 December

    World Cup Brands

    By: Jaime Israel Davila, Attorney. Intellectual property always gives the various players in the sports and entertainment industries tools to protect their most valuable assets. At this year’s, and times, World Cup, it is worth reviewing how FIFA (International Federation of Association Football) took advantage of this situation in its …

November, 2022

  • 16 November


    By: Teodoro Renteria Arróyave Column: Comment on Time  We cannot confirm it yet but it seems there is a shift in favor of attacked journalists, for now, in terms of protection for assaulted colleagues and the recognition and payment of compensation by the Mexican government for crimes committed in previous …

  • 9 November

    Adjustable Rate Mortgages on the Rise

    -Editorial About 60% of U.S. homeowners have a mortgage and most have a mortgage that lasts 30 years with a fixed interest rate. Monthly payments to the bank do not change over the life of those loans. From early 2020 through early 2022, adjustable-rate loans made up less than 5% …

October, 2022

  • 15 October

    Trump Called to Testify Before Jan. 6 Committee

    -Editorial The Jan. 6 select committee voted unanimously Thursday to subpoena Donald Trump, a remarkable bid to tie up one of its last remaining threads of what occurred that day.  The subpoena vote came as the select committee released new details as part of its likely final televised effort to …

August, 2022

  • 26 August

    Tenants Still Struggle to Pay Rent

    -Editorial With rising costs and less money due to inflation, people are struggling to pay their rent more than ever. A rent report by Alignable for August has just been released, reflecting the highest rent delinquency rate among small businesses (SMBs) so far this year: 40% in the U.S., up …

July, 2022

  • 26 July

    45% of Small Biz Employers Stop Hiring & 4% Plan Layoffs

    -Editorial For more than a year, small business employers have struggled to fill open positions. And while 51% are still trying to find workers for those posts, there’s been a significant shift in the labor situation this summer. Now, 45% say they’ve put any hiring on hold, largely because of …