A woman walks under a Cuban flag in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.

So, when can I buy a flight to Cuba?

Jan 16, 2015
The U.S. loosens some restrictions on travel to the island nation Friday.
Posted In: cuba, flights, Travel, tourism industry

Cuba to expand its internet access

Dec 19, 2014
Lizzie O'Leary speaks with Nancy Scola who covers Tech Policy for The Washington Post.
Posted In: cuba, Internet

Cuba's open doors don't mean open for business

Dec 18, 2014
Despite thawing U.S.-Cuba relations, full-blown business opportunities are largely years away.
Posted In: cuba, tourism, sugar, rum, business opportunity
Display of energy drinks in a store in San Diego.

Now that’s an unexpected energy boost. (Thanks, Cuba)

Dec 17, 2014
Investors confuse the Cuba Energy Company with the country.
Posted In: energy drinks, cuba, cuban beverage company, San Diego

Everybody's talking about Cuba

May 28, 2014
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is weighing relaxed regulations on a trip this week.
Posted In: cuba, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

PODCAST: Layoffs in tech and retail

Feb 6, 2014
There big cuts to jobs in the tech industry in January. Meanwhile the Governor of Tennessee wants to make community college in his state free. And European officials are considering new trade agreements with Cuba.
Posted In: layoffs, cuba, Tennessee Promise

European officials to consider new trade with Cuba

Feb 6, 2014
What will this mean for Cuba's relationship with the U.S.?
Posted In: cuba, Europe, embargo

Cuba makes bid for foreign investment with a multi-million dollar port

Jan 30, 2014
The $957 million overhaul of the port of Mariel, in west Havana, is being financed by Brazil, and is in the heart of a special economic development zone.
Posted In: cuba, brazil

Cuba's drivers don't have to be stuck in the 50s anymore

Jan 3, 2014
Cuba has lifted its ban on importing cars.
Posted In: cuba

In reversal, Cuba shuts down clothing businesses

Oct 30, 2013
20,000 businesses may be shut down.
Posted In: cuba