The Latin Trade BRAVO Business Awards 2011 include honors for a president, four CEOs, an investor, a central bank governor, a cabinet minister and a non-profit NGO leader.
When Leonel Fernandez leaves the
SANTIAGO — The rescue of the 33 miners in Chile’s Atacama Desert
MEXICO CITY — Bank of Mexico Governor Agustin Carstens vaulted to
PANAMA CITY, Panama — Just
SÃO PAULO — The global economy may be grinding to a halt, but Odebrecht, one of Brazil’s largest conglomerates, is still experiencing some overheating.
BOGOTA, Colombia — As an executive with Procter & Gamble Co. in the early 1990s, Luis Carlos Sarmiento Gutiérrez felt at ease in the United States and with the American way of doing business.
BUENOS AIRES — Martín Migoya is hard to track down — and this says a lot about how his business is faring.
SÃO PAULO — Alexandre Behring is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of aggressive financial investors and managers of consumer-oriented services.