Mexico City — Latin America’s Future Tech Hub?

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By Beth Jensen

A new wave of entrepreneurs are launching in North America’s most populous city

With a population of 12 million people — over 21 million if you include the entire metropolitan region — Mexico City is both its nation’s capi...

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Mexico freezes oil exec, steel accounts in corruption probe

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By Amy Guthrie


Mexican authorities have frozen the bank accounts of Emilio Lozoya, a former head of Mexico's state-owned oil company, and those of steel maker Altos Hornos de Mexico, in what looks to be a major new push to punish alleged corruption.

Altos Hornos de...

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