María Verza Associated Press Published 3:39 PM EDT Jun 14, 2019 Mexico City – Mexico’s immigration chief presented his resignation to the president Friday as the country embarks on a crackdown on irregular migration through its territory in response to U.S. pressure. The National Immigration Institute said in a brief statement that Tonatiuh Guillén thanked President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for the opportunity to serve the country, but it did not give a reason for why he presented his resignation. Earlier Friday, López Óbrador acknowledged that controls are lax at dozens of crossings at the country’s southern border, vowing to correct the situation amid U.S. pressure to crack down on migration from Central America. “We have identified 68 crossings like that, and in all of them there will be oversight,” Andrés Manuel López Obrador said at a morning news conference, responding to questioning about checkpoints … [Read more...] about Mexico migration chief offers resignation to president
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Uber Copter to Offer Flights From Lower Manhattan to J.F.K. Advertisement Supported by Update For an 8-minute, one-way flight, the average ride will cost between $200 and $225 per person and include private ground transportation on both ends of the trip. ByShivani Vora June 5, 2019 When Uber announced an aerial ride-hailing division, Uber Elevate, three years ago, the internet and news media buzzed with chatter of flying cars becoming a reality in the not-so-distant future. While these aerial vehicles have yet to debut, the ride-hailing service is expanding into helicopter service, called Uber Copter, starting July 9 in New York City. The new service, booked through Uber’s app, will take passengers between Lower Manhattan and Kennedy International Airport, an eight-minute flight. … [Read more...] about Uber Copter to Offer Flights From Lower Manhattan to J.F.K.
Google is researching the procedures for opening a representative office in Vietnam to ensure that its compliance with local regulations is in line with its international commitments, Senior Vice President Ken Walker has said. Google seeks to open representative office in Vietnam Walker unveiled the move during a reception by Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue for him in Hanoi on December 11, as part of his trip to Vietnam to meet with a number of public agencies and localities. The official told his host that Google has contacted several Vietnamese startups and noticed an encouraging level in their IT application. Google considers Vietnam a good potential partner concerning innovation and start-ups, he said. He praised the Vietnamese Government’s ambition of training 1 million international-standard IT engineers, as well as its development approach of creating a favorable business climate and boosting multilateral cooperation. Deputy PM Hue stated that Google has … [Read more...] about Google seeks to open representative office in Vietnam
Michael Liedtke, Ap Technology Writer Updated 10:10 pm PDT, Wednesday, October 31, 2018 This photo shows signage outside the offices of Google in San Francisco with the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the background, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. Hundreds of Google employees are expected to temporality leave their jobs Thursday morning in a mass walkout protesting the internet company's lenient treatment of executives accused of sexual misconduct. The San Francisco office is one of the offices that the walkout will take place. less This photo shows signage outside the offices of Google in San Francisco with the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the background, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. Hundreds of Google employees are expected to ... more Photo: Michael Liedtke, AP FILE - In this Oct. 20, 2015 file photo, employees ride company bicycles outside Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Hundreds of … [Read more...] about Google employees to walk out to protest treatment of women
Scott Smith, Associated Press Updated 9:07 pm PDT, Thursday, October 25, 2018 In this Oct. 16, 2018 photo, Cesar Batiz, news director of El Pitazo, center, stand next to journalist at the news room of the El Pitazo, a popular digital platform in Caracas, Venezuela. In a fight against press censorship around the world, Google has unveiled a new tool first put to the test in Venezuela where journalists say they're battling a government bent on burying online stories that expose corruption and human rights abuses. less In this Oct. 16, 2018 photo, Cesar Batiz, news director of El Pitazo, center, stand next to journalist at the news room of the El Pitazo, a popular digital platform in Caracas, Venezuela. In a fight against ... more Photo: Ariana Cubillos, AP In this Oct. 16, 2018 photo, Cesar Batiz, news director of El Pitazo, speaks with the Associated Press at the El Pitazo headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela. … [Read more...] about Google app tested in Venezuela takes swipe at press censors