The United Nations has praised Colombia for its commitment to the Development Goals, but progress remains slow on key issues.
The recent corporate merger between InBev and SABMiller means Colombians get more choice when it comes to international beers while staying true to homemade brews.
The busy trans-Atlantic route covered by Avianca and major European carriers now offers passengers the option of enjoying a Dreamliner experience to Madrid and London.
One of the world's most respected charities returns to Colombia to finish its original mission of financing economic opportunities, inclusion and equality.
Colombia's peso fell on Monday following a Sunday plebiscite that rejected a peace agreement between the government and the FARC guerrilla group.
Limited access to banking remains a major barrier to many Colombians, but there are signs of greater financial inclusion states Brookings.
Colombian social entrepreneurs Conceptos Plásticos won The Venture prize for homes and temporary shelters made from molten plastic.
London-based gem giant Gemfields expands its emerald operations with the acquisition of Coscuez; a mine with a muddied past.
Colombia must implement bold strategies to keep entrepreneurs in business. Globalization and financial exclusion some of the major threats.
The Dublin-based Irelandia Aviation buys majority stake in Colombia's low cost carrier, VivaColombia.
The global forum to showcase Colombian film, BAM - Bogotá Audiovisual Market, launches its 7th edition with 1,000 industry professionals invited.
Traditionally crafted products from Colombia, as well as organic coffee are making their way to the world's market with wind power and emissions free mode transportation.
Employment Opportunity for Technical Writer with RGA-USAID Colombia.
The arrival of Sharemoney offers Colombians greater ease and low-costs when receiving remittances from the U.S.
Despite energy saving measures during the recent El Niño drought, the Colombian government must secure and expand the nation's electrical grid before the next crisis hits.
A survey conducted by Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) shows business leaders are pessimistic about the current state of the Colombian economy, but see long-term potential once peace is achieved.