AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) plans to acquire Mexico’s third largest wireless carrier Grupo Iusacell SA for $2.5 billion, to benefit from the lucrative Latin American market. Mexico is Latin America’s second largest economy and has one of the highest GDP per capita.
My friend, Hugo Salinas Price is on a mission to get Mexico to adopt a silver coin as legal currency. It's a mission I endorse 100%. His plea to the government in Mexico was written in Spanish but I asked Hugo for a translation.
AT&T Inc. has officially completed its acquisition of Mexico’s third largest wireless carrier, Iusacell . The telecom giant made the announcement Friday, and has appointed Thaddeus Arroyo to head the Mexican operations as CEO. Mr. Arroyo has previously served as the president of AT&T technology development and as chief information officer of AT&T mobility.
DUBLIN, Ohio — Donald Trump is losing business to Mexico — a prestigious golf tournament at his resort at Doral.
The PGA Tour announced Wednesday that a World Golf Championship, which attracts the best players in the world and has been at Trump-owned Doral in South Florida since 2007, is relocating to Mexico City next year.
The decision incensed Trump, who suggested Tuesday night in a Fox News interview with Sean Hannity, “I hope they have kidnapping insurance.”
By Simit Patel:Billionaire and hard money advocate Hugo Salinas-Price was recently on the Keiser Report advocating Greece to return to a silver standard, laying forth a five step plan for how this could be accomplished. Here is the video clip; fast forward to 13 minute mark to get to the discussion about returning to the silver standard.Here are the basic points Salinas-Price makes: