America Movil News
TheStreet highlights 5 stocks pushing the industrial goods sector higher today.
As a successful market call rewards Bridgewater Associates, the investing firm trims its position and rotates into the other side of the bet.
Mexico is in the midst of a lot of reforms. Earlier this week, its telecom regulator said America Movil (AMX) and Grupo Televisa (TV) were dominant in their respective industries. America Movil has 70% of Mexico's mobile phone customers and Grupo Televisa gets about 70% of Mexico's broadcast TV audience. The two companies have until March 9 to contest their "dominance." At first glance, it seems the new anti-trust regulatory measures, to be approved in the first quarter next year, would hurt Grupo Televisa.
A report by the British telecom regulator says the less expensive plans depress revenues and discourage investment in high-speed networks.
Intuit CEO Says QuickBooks/Square Test Under Way
This restructuring process of NII Holdings is aimed to streamline management's structure, which is expected to improve efficiency and reduce cost.
Slim?s Am?rica M?vi and Azcarraga?s Televisa are expected to be declared market dominant in telecommunication, opening the way to unprecedented monopoly-busting regulatory measures.
MIAMI, Dec. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Just in time for the holidays, leading U.S. no-contract cell phone service providers Straight Talk Wireless® and NET10 Wireless® today announced they will offer iPhone ...
In Mexico, the regulatory body Federal Telecommunications Institute is notifying companies that could be declared dominant in their sectors and face specific regulatory actions to curb their market power, ...
"América Móvil informs about a notice received from the Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones" Mexico City, Mexico, December 5, 2013 -- América Móvil, S.A.B. de C.V. ("AMX") (BMV: ...