Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who lost last year’s presidential election to Enrique Pena Nieto and led protests this week against his energy overhaul, was hospitalized after suffering a heart attack today.
Consorcio Ara SAB, Mexico’s biggest homebuilder, and real-estate firm O’Connor Capital Partners plan to sell nine shopping malls for more than 5 billion pesos ($384 million), two people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Mexico’s government condemned the U.S. National Security Agency’s alleged hacking of the e-mail account of then-President Felipe Calderon in 2010, saying such actions are unacceptable and violate international law.
The U.S. National Security Agency hacked the e-mail account of Mexico’s then-President Felipe Calderon in 2010, Germany’s Spiegel reported today, citing documents from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
The U.S. National Security Agency’s eavesdropping on foreign heads of state from Angela Merkel to Dilma Rousseff is poised to produce its first high-profile corporate casualty: Google Inc.’s operations in Brazil.
Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon is spearheading a study sponsored by seven countries into the economics of climate change, seeking to elucidate the financial benefits of reducing carbon emissions.
As U.S. allies demand clarification about National Security Agency surveillance programs, the Guardian newspaper reported that a government official gave the agency phone numbers of 35 world leaders for tracking.
Regulators determined to let Mexican trucks on U.S. roads under a trade deal have downplayed safety shortcomings with companies in a border-crossing pilot program, according to safety, trucking and labor groups.
The European Parliament demanded a halt to bank-data transfers to U.S. counter-terrorism investigators because of possible violations of privacy, the latest international outcry over alleged American spying.