MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) -- Nicaraguan president and one-time Sandinista revolutionary Daniel Ortega appears headed for victory Sunday in an election that his critics say could be the prelude to a presidency-for-life....
Thousands of pro- and anti-government protesters took to the streets of Nicaragua's capital Saturday, protesting and backing President Daniel Ortega's bid to remain in power.Chanting "Democracy yes, dictatorship no!" Ortega opponents numbered at 50,000 by organizers marched peacefully in Managua against his controversial re-election plans, even as thousands of the president's supporters gathered for their own demonstration.
Amancio Ortega Gaona, already the world’s fourth-richest person based on the success of his Zara fashion retail stores, has quietly amassed a real estate empire worth as much as US$10-billion and is emerging as a formidable competitor for prime properties from London to Beverly Hills.
Relying on all-cash offers, he has outbid the world’s biggest institutional funds and professional property investors, such as Tishman Speyer Properties LP.
In the last few weeks I’ve come across many sources emphasizing the same big theme that I hadn’t sufficiently appreciated: our industrial world was enabled and has become rich in large part because we’ve reduced the power and importance of extended families. This post ends with a long list of quotes, but I’ll summarize here.
Nicaragua's constitution bars presidents from being re-elected, but that is not stopping President Daniel Ortega from running in his sixth straight presidential race. Going into Sunday's vote, he is leading the polls in a three-man race.
Sitting in the offices of investment banking boutique Daniel Stewart Securities (LON:DAN) , Vadim Alexandre presents a bullish case for the prospects for his sector during 2011. As one of the City’s top healthcare analysts, earlier this year his impressive stock-picking record helped catapult the firm to the top of Hemscott’s broker rankings in the sector by number of clients. That feat was all the more impressive given the tortuous time encountered by many London-listed healthcare companies during the economic downturn.