America Movil SAB and Grupo Televisa SAB were ordered by Mexico’s government to share their infrastructure with competitors in a bid to cut the market share of the nation’s dominant phone and media companies.
El Salvador Vice President Salvador Sanchez Ceren is favored to win the presidency this weekend amid a spike in gang violence and investor concerns about the government’s embrace of Venezuela’s socialist government.
Representative John Dingell Jr. said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that the partisan political climate in the U.S. House of Representatives that he’s dubbed “obnoxious” is probably here to stay.
Paul Krugman, a Nobel-prize winning economist who has used his New York Times column to champion greater government action to stimulate growth and create jobs, is leaving Princeton University for the City University of New York.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s frustration with U.S. President Barack Obama’s failure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline may make this installment of the North America summit, known as the “Three Amigos,” the frostiest since the annual meetings began almost a decade ago.
Recent warnings and restrictions on air travelers heading to Russia are a “real time” response to threats associated with the Winter Olympics, which opened today, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said.
Mexico will offer its first oil contracts to private companies by early next year, Finance Minister Luis Videgaray said, pushing up the schedule for the first tenders from the Energy Ministry’s original timeframe.