AP - A Mexican official in Baja California Sur has been suspended amid reports linking him to possible looting in the aftermath of Hurricane Odile.
Economic Times - Finland’s Nokia said the liabilities of its former unit Nokia Mexico were now held by Microsoft, responding to a ruling Nokia Mexico would have to pay damages for faulty equipment.
BBC -Braulio Zaragoza, the leader of the conservative opposition National Action Party (PAN) in southern Guerrero state. was killed by gunmen at a hotel restaurant in the resort of Acapulco.
AP - Authorities said that 22 local police have been arrested following the deaths of six people in the Mexican state of Guerrero.
AP - Hurricane Rachel is swirling in the Pacific far off Mexico's Baja California peninsula and poses no threat to land amid forecasts it will weaken in coming hours.
AP - Chivas had two players sent off during the second half in a 0-0 draw at home against Puebla on Sunday and slumped to 15th spot in Mexico's first division.
CBS - Andrew Tahmooressi, an ex-Marine from Weston who was jailed in Mexico for illegally entering the country with firearms will have his fourth hearing before a judge today, Monday.
AP - Raul Alvarez Garin, a leader in the 1968 student uprising that culminated in the massacre of protesters in Mexico City, has died at age 73 in the capital after a year-long battle with cancer.
WSJ - International oil executives say they are looking forward to possibilities opened up by Mexico's energy overhaul, but are proceeding with caution until details become clearer.
Bloomberg - Homeowners in Mexico are taking advantage of record low mortgage rates that have spurred refinancings, which banks are offering to spur growth.
The Guardian - Tabasco has emerged as the world’s most dynamic new centre of international surrogacy, fueled by the tightening of restrictions in other countries such as India and Thailand.
Forbes - Mining tycoon German Larrea Mota Velasco is Mexico’s most enigmatic and reclusive billionaire. He despises the spotlight. Yet his days of seclusion may be coming to an end.
Reuters - The Mexican government plans to issue a similar amount of debt in the fourth quarter as it did during the third quarter, the finance ministry said on Friday.
Reuters - Mexican factory exports slipped in August in a sign that an economic recovery might lose some steam, but stronger imports pointed to improving domestic demand.
Gastonia Gazette - Parkdale International, which employs 300 workers in Gaston County, N.C., confirmed its purchase of Summit Yarns’ Mexican manufacturing plant Thursday.
Yucatan Times - Experts estimate Mexico’s debt could rise 11 percent under President Enrique Peña Nieto. The debt is manageable, but experts warn the trend is cause for concern.
CSM - As President Enrique Peña Nieto touted to bankers this week that criminal violence had fallen sharply, armed commandos in the city of Guadalajara carried out a brazen daylight abduction.
Reuters - Mexican federal congressman Gabriel Gomez, the most high-profile politician murdered in recent years, was likely executed by a drug cartel, a state prosecutor said.
AP - The retired Chicago Bulls center Bill Cartwright was named the coach of Mexico’s national basketball team. Cartwright, 57, played 16 seasons in the N.B.A.
BBC - A Mexican court has ordered the release of Martin Beltran Coronel, who had been charged with organised crime. The court said due process had been violated.
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