See our video of the 2010 Bravo Business Awards and Latin Trade Symposium
For Álvaro Uribe Vélez, restoring the faith of Colombians in their own
BRASILIA — Whether addressing the United Nations, accompanying
RIO DE JANEIRO — When Luciano Coutinho stepped into his post as
Overcoming the odds is something Luis Alberto Moreno has been doing
BUENOS AIRES — Woods Staton is constantly on the move.
TLALNEPANTLA, Mexico — Ricardo Gutiérrez Muñoz, CEO of Mexichem, had plenty to cheer as Mexico celebrated the bicentennial of its independence movement from Spain.
BOGOTÁ — The arrival of left-wing President Hugo Chávez spelled the end of Ronald Pantín’s stellar career at Petroleos de Venezuela S.A. a decade ago, but that didn’t stop the Caracas native from building an even more impressive resume next door.
SAN FRANCISCO — When John E. Davies has a goal, he dives right in. Over the past five years, the general manager of Intel’s World Ahead program has traveled to 98 nations on a corporate mission to bring broadband technology to developing countries. Latin America figures heavily on his list.
SAN JOSE — At a time when many of Costa Rica’s pristine rainforests were being hacked away and development trumped preservation, Álvaro Ugalde, then a 22-year-old biology student, visited the Grand Canyon and other U.S. and Canadian parks on a National Park Service tour. Thus began a life devoted to the environment.