MEXICO CITY Shares in Mexican broadcaster Televisa plunged the most in more than 17 years on Friday after weak earnings and comments by Co-Chief Executive Alfonso de Angoitia that a spinoff of business units would not benefit shareholders.
TIJUANA/MEXICO CITY, Mexico The United States was expected to send a first group of 20 Central American asylum seekers back to Mexico through the border city of Tijuana on Friday as part of President Donald Trump's hardening of longstanding U.S. immigration policy.
MEXICO CITY Mexicans faced with a fuel shortage are turning to bikes and scooters, generating business for startups that rent those alternative rides, but straining operations for ride-hailing service Uber in some cities.
MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday he owns no real estate, vehicles or personal property, echoing what experts say is a pattern among the country's politicians of shifting assets to relatives.
MEXICO CITY/TIJUANA A group of U.S. activists opposed to President Donald Trump's immigration policies helped migrants in Mexico during a clash with U.S. agents at the border on New Year's Eve, and dispute their government's account of the events.
MEXICO CITY America Movil, the telecoms giant controlled by the family of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, said on Thursday that it had been fined nearly $128 million by the country's telecoms regulator, a decision it vowed to fight.
MEXICO CITY, Dec 20 America Movil, the
telecoms giant controlled by the family of Mexican billionaire
Carlos Slim, said on Thursday that it had been fined nearly $128
million by the country's telecoms regulator, a decision it vowed
MEXICO CITY Uber Technologies Inc said on Thursday that it would begin accepting cash fares in Mexico City, seizing on a recent Supreme Court decision, though local government has yet to approve the form of payment.
MEXICO CITY, Oct 23 Mexican broadcaster TV
Azteca said on Tuesday it had paid American Tower Corp
what it owed for a roughly $92 million loan plus interest,
resolving a dispute that had clouded the company's credit
MEXICO CITY The Mexican Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down a ban on cash fares for ride-hailing firms, setting a key precedent for Uber and other industry players seeking to reach millions of Mexicans without credit cards.