SAO PAULO Brazilian ride-hailing service 99, controlled by China's Didi Chuxing Technology Co Ltd, has partnered with WhatsApp to accept orders on the chat platform owned by Facebook in a move that would allow users to summon cars without using another app.
SAO PAULO Brazilian food retailer GPA is considering spinning off its Assai wholesale unit via an initial public offering, it said in a securities filing on Wednesday.
SAO PAULO, Aug 31 Brazil's largest reinsurer,
IRB Brasil Resseguros SA, has concluded a 2.3 billion
reais ($420 million) capital increase to address liquidity
issues, but has not yet fully met regulatory requirements, its
interim chief executive said on Monday.
SAO PAULO, Aug 3 Brazilian insurance company BB
Seguridade SA likely reached its monthly sales record
in July in products such as pension plans and credit life
insurance, as the company slowly recovers from the coronavirus
crisis, Chief Executive Bernardo Rothe said in an interview.
SAO PAULO Brazil's central bank has authorized testing of payments via Facebook Inc's messaging service WhatsApp in the country, Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc said on Friday, easing an outright ban on the service imposed last month.
SAO PAULO IRB Brasil Resseguros has restated its 2019 financial statements to correct accounting irregularities, reducing its net income for the year by 31% to 1.2 billion reais ($220 million), the Brazilian reinsurer said on Tuesday.
SAO PAULO, June 25 Brazilian broker XP Inc
and its major shareholder, Itau Unibanco Holding SA
engaged in a public spat on investments this week,
trading accusations in an ad campaign and webcasts on Thursday.
SAO PAULO Brazilian credit bureau Boa Vista SCPC is considering reviving plans to go public after a rapid expansion in credit score queries prompted it to shift its focus to organic growth rather than acquisitions.
SAO PAULO Unilever Plc said on Friday it is buying a chain of laundromats in Brazil to be renamed Omo, after the world's No. 2 laundry detergent, in what the consumer goods giant said could be a precursor to other similar deals elsewhere.
SAO PAULO Manufacturers in Brazil like Marcopolo SA and Randon are trying to show they can safely operate their factories at reduced capacity, dodging the coronavirus-induced shutdowns that have hit the mining and food processing sectors.