Daily Archive: Sunday, June 18, 2017

Retooling the workforce

Koldo Mentxaka was always considered the “brains” in the family. So it was no surprise when he, the oldest of four brothers, completed a university degree – the only one in his family to do so – and then went on to get his master’s in computer engineering. After working at IBM and later as

Belt, Road Initiative offers chance to forge China-Latin America

Beijing Around 440 years ago, two Chinese galleons sailed into the Mexican port of Acapulco, laden with prized goods from the Orient, including 23,730 meters of silk fabrics and 22,300 pieces of porcelain made in China, as well as ivory, lacquerware and Asian spices.The two merchant ships carrying Chinese goods were also known as the

New dad creates Father’s Day toy drive

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) – Many people are out celebrating dad Sunday, but a first time father in Sioux Falls is celebrating his day by helping others. Just a few weeks after his first daughter was born, Nate Burdine decided to start a Father’s Day toy drive, giving back to thousands of kids in the