MIAMI — To Chad Olin, it seemed like the perfect opportunity: Decades of animosity between the United States and Cuba were peeling away, opening a final frontier in the Caribbean to dollar-wielding Americans.

Mr. Olin, 30, a Harvard Business School graduate, gave up a career in private equity to break into the Cuba travel market. He started a company that organizes trips for millennials to legally visit Cuba — a business made possible because President Obama has broadened travel to the island and expanded licenses for Americans to do business there.



Recent Articles

Date Title
11/30/16 Cubans cheer Castro's ashes on last journey across island
Sarah Marsh and Diego Oré, Reuters
11/30/16 Who are the future leaders of communist Cuba?
Rick Jervis, USA Today
11/30/16 White House Pushing Cuba on Deals for GE, Google
Carol E. Lee and Felicia Schwartz
11/29/16 U.S. to send 2 representatives to Castro’s memorial
Patricia Mazzei and Vera Bergengruen
11/29/16 Threatening Cuba Will Backfire
The Editorial Board, The New York Times
11/29/16 After an artist is detained in Cuba for celebrating Castro’s death, little hope for change
Chabeli Herrera, Miami Herald
11/29/16 Leaders arrive in Cuba for Castro tributes
World Editors, USA Today
11/28/16 CUBA stock fund surges after Fidel Castro's death
Paul R. La Monica, CNN Money
11/28/16 Trump threatens to terminate US-Cuba thaw
BBC
11/28/16 It’s another milestone with flight from Miami to Havana
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/28/16 US companies positioning for Cuba's rising fortunes after Fidel Castro
Heesun Wee, CNBC
11/27/16 Fidel Castro's death could ensure Obama's opening to Cuba survives
Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times
11/27/16 Fidel Castro death: Cuban dissidents call off weekly march
BBC
11/27/16 Cuba after Castro: How much change, and how quickly?
Carmen Sesin, CNBC
11/26/16 Fidel Castro, Cuba's leader of revolution, dies at 90
BBC
11/26/16 Statement by the Cuba Study Group Following News of the Death of Fidel Castro Files
11/22/16 How Cuba came of age on early childhood development – podcast transcript
Kary Stewart, The Guardian
11/20/16 Cuban human rights activist urges U.S. to suspend trade and investment in Cuba until regime stops oppression
Elizabeth Llorente, Fox News Latino
11/20/16 Another sign of change in Cuba: Delta Air Lines selling tickets from Havana office
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/20/16 U.S. businesses to pressure Trump to keep ties to Cuba
Alan Gómez, USA Today
11/17/16 Why professionals in Cuba have gone start-up crazy
Marguerite Ward, CNBC
11/16/16 Trudeau says Canada’s stance on Cuba won’t change with Trump in White House
The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
11/15/16 Current Record
11/15/16 The number of U.S. trademark registrations in Cuba is multiplying — fast
Abel Fernández, Miami Herald
11/13/16 What does a Trump presidency mean for US-Cuba relations?
Will Grant, BBC
11/13/16 A Trump attempt to reverse Obama’s Cuba policies could be complicated and costly
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/9/16 Canada's Trudeau to visit Cuba, 40 years after father's historic trip
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
11/9/16 Cuba announces military exercises following Trump's win
BBC
11/7/16 Cuban-focused oil company MEO Australia reinvents itself as Melbana Energy
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
11/7/16 Richard Feinberg analyzes a Cuban economy in transition
Mimi Whitefield
11/6/16 Cuba Rejects Ballyhooed Plan For A U.S. Factory On The Island
Tim Padgett, WLRN
11/3/16 JetBlue launches Fort Lauderdale-to-Camaguey, Cuba route Thursday
Arlene Satchell, Sun Sentinel
11/3/16 Editorial: The Cuba conundrum: Engagement vs. embargo
Editorial Board, Chicago Tribune
11/2/16 How Cuba Plans to Speed Up Its Lagging Foreign Investment Drive
Reuters, Fortune
11/1/16 Shore Up Security at Sea
Scott Savitz and Paul DeLuca, US News
11/1/16 Cuba opens to world at Havana trade fair but few U.S. companies are present
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herlad
11/1/16 The missing business boom for U.S. companies in Cuba
AP, CBS News
11/1/16 Cuba controversy over local and Indian wages
Will Grant, BBC