Dan Gertler’s bearded face lights up as he looks out the helicopter window. Below, an installation twice the size of Monaco rises from a clearing in the central African forest, where it transforms ore mined from the ochre earth into sheets of copper.
Angola is investing in projects ranging from ports to airports after missing its foreign investment target because spending on road and hydropower projects lagged behind what was needed to lure greater funding, the country’s investment agency said.
Heineken NV may build a new brewery in Mexico as it wins back market share lost after its 2010 purchase of the nation’s second-largest brewer, said Marc Busain, the company’s top executive in the country.
An experimental vaccine grown in tobacco plants against deadly Ebola hemorrhagic fever protected more than 80 percent of mice given a lethal dose of the virus, and may protect humans as well, researchers said.
Quarterback Everett Golson, who started 11 games as a redshirt freshman for the University of Notre Dame football team that played for the national championship last season, was suspended by the school for poor academic judgment.