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Multilatinas embracing tech to keep up with digital economy

Multilatinas embracing tech to keep up with digital economy
Claudio Muruzabal, president of SAP Latin America and the Caribbean, the software giant that provides its services to more than 36,000 companies in the region, talks about digital transformation.  What’s lacking in Latin American companies for them to be considered world class in information management? Claudio Muruzabal: Fortunately, more and more CEOs in the region’s companies are recognizing that access to information for decision-making is one of the great advantages to joining the digital transformation. The result of this is that companies are achieving greater productivity and com...

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entertainment


Nightlife Guide for Sunday, April 23, 2017

Nightlife Guide for Sunday, April 23, 2017
Sunday’s Rio Nightlife Pick – Tonight, live music venue Audio Rebel will host an evening of musical tributes to jazz legend John Coltrane. The show returns to Audio Rebel for an encore after selling out a couple of weeks ago, and promises an evening of sophisticated music. Featuring Ricardo Pontes on sax and flute, Alex Rocha on […]...

culture


Stadium deals, corruption and bribery: the questions at the heart of Brazil’s Olympic and World Cup ‘miracle’

Stadium deals, corruption and bribery: the questions at the heart of Brazil’s Olympic and World Cup ‘miracle’
The two mega-events were framed as a reason for Brazilians to be proud of a modern and forward-looking country; instead the economy has been shattered and a supreme court investigation keeps unearthing unsavoury allegationsWith their hands up in the air, ministers, four-star generals and International Olympic Committee officials danced to famous samba tunes at the closing ceremony of the Rio Games last August. While carnival was taking over the Maracanã Stadium, politicians hugged each other in the VIP area. It was a moment of relief, after seven years of tension and controversies. The confet...



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