MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's telecoms regulator said on Thursday it has decided who is dominant in telecommunications and broadcasting, a key ruling widely expected to impose tougher anti-trust measures on the local mobile and fixed line units of t...
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's telecoms regulator has decided on market dominance, industry sources said on Thursday, a key ruling widely expected to go against the local mobile and fixed line units of tycoon Carlos Slim's America Movil as well as br...
A photographic tour of Mexico City, house by house, wall by wall.
The city of Santa Fe, New Mexico elected its first gay mayor this week. Javier Gonzales, a 47-year-old vice president of a commercial real estate firm, took 43 percent of the vote over two opponents — one of which was another openly gay candidate, Patti Bushee. Gonzales was reportedly the favored candidate with several decades’ […]
New Mexico's capital city has elected its first openly gay mayor. On Tuesday, Javier Gonzales was elected mayor of Santa Fe by a wide margin, taking in more than 43 percent of the vote. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports:...
While Janet Yellen fell back on the ubiquitous central banker statement that she "would do all that [she] can" it was Dallas Fed's Richard Fisher who raised the most eyebrows yesterday. In a speech in Mexico City, the central bankerShow More Summary
Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images By Ann Saphir, Alexandra Alper and Jonathan Spicer SEATTLE, MEXICO CITY and WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen vowed Wednesday to "do all that I can" to boost a U.S. economy where...Show More Summary
SEATTLE/ MEXICO CITY/ WASHINGTON (Reuters) - F ederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen vowed on Wednesday to "do all that I can" to boost a U.S. economy where unemployment is too high and inflation is too low.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A U.S. Federal Reserve policymaker who has long criticized its bond-buying stimulus said on Wednesday the program has lasted too long, and there are signs it is now distorting financial markets and encouraging risk-taking.
In Los Angeles, Garcetti is known to speak pretty decent LA media Spanish — early in their careers he was the one giving Spanish speaking tips to Antonio Villaraigosa. In Mexico City, people are appreciative and forgiving of the details.
“MORE HONORABLE AND ETHICAL:” A candidate for city council in Santa Fe, N.M., says female elected officials are more cooperative and ethical than men. By Rob Nikolewski ? New Mexico Watchdog SANTA FE, N.M. – A candidate for the Santa Fe City Council has mailed a flier urging voters to support her in a race... Show More Summary
Medium | Venture Village In a memo to BuzzFeed staffers, CEO Jonah Peretti says the publication plans to expand to more cities: Fortunately for BuzzFeed, times have changed; we can attract the best talent to our team regardless of … Read more
Mexico City is developing the vacant land under its elevated highways. Could Toronto follow its lead? Public Works looks at public space, urban design, and city-building innovations from around the world, and considers what Toronto might learn from them. Show More Summary
MEXICO CITY, March 3 (Reuters) – Mexico seized more than 119,000 tonnes of minerals suspected of being part of illegal export operations in a port where a powerful drug gang [...] The post Mexico Seizes Illegal Iron Ore Destined for China appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
Eric Garcetti picked a good few days to be in Mexico City on a trade mission (the subject of today's LA Observed segment on KCRW.) Toronto's goofy mayor was in town to do Jimmy Kimmel and take Twitter pictures at City Hall.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - As Mexico basks in the glow of its first best director Oscar for Alfonso Cuaron and his blockbuster film "Gravity," a new generation of homegrown filmmakers wonders if the magic of the golden statuette will rub off on them.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Oscars could be Mexico's big night, with three Mexicans nominated for directing, cinematography and acting. Except that some in Mexico aren't looking at it that way. Despite feeble cries of "Viva Mexico!" by some...Show More Summary
The mega-bank has been cheated out of $400 mln by an oil services firm in one of the most basic businesses in banking – accounts receivable. Citi’s Banamex didn’t even spot it – Mexico’s government did. Missing such simple fraud is something that should worry Citi’s rivals, too.
Citigroup has revised down its Q4 2013 earnings by $235 million because of fraudulent activity in one of its Mexican subsidiaries, Banco Nacional de Mexico (Banamex). An audit Banamex had been scamming money from Pemex, Mexico's soon-to-be-former...Show More Summary
The documentary film Narco Cultura follows the wildly different ways that the drug war has affected people on opposite sides of the Mexican-American border. In El Juarez, Mexico, a city ravaged by black-market violence, desensitized kids watch police scoop up the remains of their murdered siblings. Show More Summary