Three years into her home-ownership dream, Martha Orozco has had enough. Stuck in a government- sponsored complex called Parque San Mateo that’s two hours away from her $8,000-a-year job as a hospital secretary in Mexico City, Orozco sees only broken promises and blight all around her.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said developing the world’s third-largest pool of oil reserves is as difficult as building China’s Great Wall. Chinese companies may find themselves outside looking in.
Ex-football players’ head-trauma lawsuits against the National Collegiate Athletic Association, unlike National Football League cases consolidated by federal judges and later settled for $765 million, defy easy grouping.
France, the 1998 World Cup champion, may avoid higher-ranked soccer teams at next year’s tournament in Brazil after the sport’s governing body changed the way it organized today’s draw, irking some European squads.
Telefonica SA must determine how to reduce its presence in Brazil to comply with an antitrust ruling, which said its move to boost its influence over Telecom Italia SpA undermines competition in the South American country’s telecommunications market.
Grupo Lala SAB, Mexico’s biggest dairy producer, is seeking to expand with more factory capacity at home and potential acquisitions across the Americas following its initial public offering, its chairman said.