Aida Pelaez

Multimedia Journalist


My name is Aida Peláez, I am a News reporter, currently specialized in finance. My career has driven me to live in Poland, Spain, the UK, Denmark, and Germany; developing a passion for international and multicultural work environments.

I am a non-conformist globetrotter, a wanderlust in search of good stories to tell and of people who want to hear them. I am also a person with initiative and creativity and therefore I like challenges and effectiveness.

Spaniards buy old, polluting cars amid recession and COVID fears

MADRID/GDANSK (Reuters) - Fearful of catching the coronavirus while also feeling the pinch from recession, Spaniards are increasingly shunning public transport and turning to cheap old cars, industry data shows, in a trend that risks more toxic emissions.

Spain sets terms to open rail services to outside competition

July 23 (Reuters) - Spain's competition watchdog approved criteria on Thursday which allow private companies to compete with state-owned rail operator Renfe's medium-distance and local services, while safeguarding its financial stability.

Women in top jobs still rare in corporate Europe, study finds

(Reuters) - Women make up one third of executive boards but occupy only a small minority of leadership roles in Europe's biggest companies, according to a study by an EU-sponsored non-profit organization. The study, published on Wednesday by Brussels-based association European Women on Boards, found that only 28 women headed companies included in Europe's STOXX 600 index, which tracks companies across 17 European countries.

Reeperbahn Festival: When music takes over a neighbourhood

The perfect word to define the Reeperbahn Festival is 'multi'. Multiple activities (starting with their double program of concerts and conferences), multiple locations (up to 70 crossover venues), multicultural atmosphere, and you literally would need to multiply yourself to be able to attend all the performances that you would like to, around 400 concerts in total.

Lollapalooza Day Two: The British are coming

Sometimes Sunday is the day to stay at home and rest, but other Sundays are the days to enjoy some of the best music in the world. It may look like after more than 20 different performances during the first day, including Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, James Bay, The Libertines or Bastille, there was no way to improve, but Lolla Berlin still had a lot to show.

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