6 hrs ago
Magic City Morning Star
CNN: Big Tech Scrambles for Israeli Firms
We like to have our finger on the pulse of new technologies, and Israel is a world leader in this field.
16 hrs ago
Mexico's Minera Frisco says operations suspended at El Coronel mine
Mexico's Minera Frisco, controlled by billionaire Carlos Slim, said on Friday that operations at its top-producing El Coronel gold mine have been suspended due to what the company described as an "illegal" occupation by unionized workers.
23 hrs ago
Lincoln Daily News
Mexico watchdog weighs if America Movil, Televisa dominate sector
Giant Mexican telco America Movil and broadcaster Televisa, the two companies likely to be most affected by the country's telecoms reform, said on Thursday the regulator has told them it was determining whether they are dominant players in the sector.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
International Business Times
America's Top Ten Billionaires [PHOTOS]
America's top billionaires have been declared by Forbes and it appears that the year has been kind to the Walton family.
The Washington Post
Mexico Agency Said to Find America Movil, Televisa Dominant
Mexico's telecommunications regulator has identified America Movil SAB and Grupo Televisa SAB as dominant companies in a preliminary finding, singling them out for closer scrutiny, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Emerging Markets-Brazil stocks edge lower after U.S. data, Oi jumps
Mexico's IPC index and Chile's IPSA index both dropped for the third straight day.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Instagram Blocks Competitor Mobli From Its API
The relationship between Instagram and competitor Mobli, a photo- and video-sharing app out of Israel, has been a rocky one.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Will Israel Be The Focus Of Mexican Telecom Mogul Carlos Slim's Next Investment Spree?
Being a leader it's not about to rule the people, it's about to serve them: Shimon Peres pic.twitter.com/ZgxqkZtkN2 After a meeting with Israeli President Shimon Peres in Mexico City last week, Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim Hel , said he was open to technology-related business proposals in Israel, especially in education, health, ... (more)
Emerging Markets-Brazil's Bovespa down as Petrobras tanks
Chile's bourse ended a three-session rally, while Mexico's IPC index was little changed.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Spectacular Museo Soumaya Shines Brightly in Mexico City
Rising from the ground like a silvery cloud, the glittering Museo Soumaya has cemented itself as one of Mexico City's few iconic architectural landmarks.
The Washington Post
Deutsche Telekom CEO Says It's Time for Europe Phone Mergers
Europe's phone companies must seize the moment to consolidate if they want to stand up to international competition, Deutsche Telekom AG Chief Executive Officer Rene Obermann said.
Mexican billionaire Slim: We want to invest more in Israel
President Shimon Peres met Mexico's wealthiest businessman Carlos Slim Wednesday.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Is there a "Slim" chance that the Mexican Telecom Reform is implemented?
I was asked this very question by Ralph Watzke, a Canadian lawyer. It is understandable that the presence of telecom mogul Carlos Slim, could decrease the expectations of investors, and force them to wait and see.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Washington Post
America Movil Sidesteps Televisa, Azteca to Air Olympics
America Movil SAB said it reached an agreement to broadcast the 2014 Winter Olympic Games through 26 of Mexico's regional television networks, sidestepping the two major national broadcasters.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
World View: Energy in Mexico: Make or break for Pena Nieto
Mexican oil workers lowered the drill on a deep-water drilling platform off the coast of Veracruz in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Peres heads to Mexico Monday with 150 member delegation
President Shimon Peres is expected on Monday to travel to Mexico at the invitation of his counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto, and will be heading an entourage of close to 150 people, including an 80 member business delegation.
Secondary laws for Mexico telecoms overhaul to be delayed: lawmakers
Legislation to implement a major overhaul of Mexico's telecommunications industry will not be approved until early next year, pushing back a deadline set for December, two senior lawmakers said on Saturday.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
As AT&T Eyes Vodafone, America Movil Could Be Looking At Vodafone India, Says Citi
It is widely reported that AT&T is preparing to bid for Vodafone next year. Even Vodafone's CEO is fanning the speculation, saying at yesterday's investor conference in Barcelona that "We have a strategy and we are putting a lot of money into it, but if somebody comes and says, 'You have really beautiful assets,' then I will agree, we have ... (more)
Energy in Mexico: Make or break for Pena Nieto
A YEAR ago Enrique PeA a Nieto became Mexico's president, promising a series of reforms aimed at raising the country's unimpressive economic growth.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Mexico Pemex CEO criticizes Repsol chairman's earnings
The chief executive of Mexico's state-run oil monopoly Pemex PEMX.UL on Wednesday criticized the compensation paid to the chairman of Spain's Repsol in 2012, making him one of Spain's highest-paid executives, including retirement payments of 2.7 million euros which he has said he will renounce in the future.