Reuters - Mexico's jobless rate fell in August, pointing to stronger domestic consumption as Latin America's No. 2 economy picks up some speed after a weak start to the year.
Reuters - Mexico's Elementia, a construction conglomerate partly owned by billionaire Carlos Slim, will launch an initial public offering, according to a filing with the Mexican stock exchange.
Financial Times - Mexico’s oil hedging program - a highly secretive deal that is the largest single trade in crude markets - appears to be unfolding in public for the first time, according to traders.
Barrons - Lala controls 70 percent of Mexico's liquid-milk market and boasts Mexico's largest refrigerated distribution network. Roughly half of Lala's sales are milk.
EFE - Two moderate earthquakes rocked Mexico's Baja California Monday, but no injuries or damage have been reported. The epicenters were in unpopulated areas near San Felipe.
WSJ - Mining giant Grupo Mexico will set aside at least $150 million to pay for damages after an acid spill from its biggest mine led to the industry's worst environmental disaster.
Hollywood Reporter - Mexico’s film academy has picked Cantinflas, a biopic about iconic comedian Mario Moreno, as its foreign-language Oscar submission.
Bloomberg - Islamic State extremists have discussed infiltrating the U.S. through its southern border with Mexico, a U.S. official said, adding that the U.S. can prevent that activity.
Forbes - The announcement of the new Mexico City airport immediately started speculation into who would be the builders. Carlos Slim’s business empire is seen as an obvious favorite.
Designboom - Fernando Romero speaks about the process behind the winning design and the collaboration between FR-EE and Foster & Partners for the new Mexico City airport.
Reuters - Mexico's telecoms competition watchdog said it will probe the country's pay TV market, which could result in stiffer regulations for Grupo Televisa as it moves to buy up cable companies.
EFE - Petroleos Mexicanos said it is investing $282 million to expand an automated system to detect the theft of crude and fuel from its 35,000-kilometer (21,750-mile) pipeline network.
Reuters - Mexico's Grupo Salinas said it will buy out partner Grupo Televisa's 50 percent stake in the country's No. 3 wireless operator Iusacell for $717 million and seek a strategic partner.
CBS5 - A six-month investigation uncovered a criminal organization that would carjack high-end vehicles in Mexico, switch the Vehicle Identification Numbers and import them into the U.S.
Yonhap - Hyundai Motor Co.'s sales arm in Mexico said Wednesday that the carmaker has met its initial target thanks to the popularity of its vehicles and a unique marketing strategy.
Reuters - Mexican industrial production bounced back in July, led by manufacturing, which grew at its fastest pace in six months as the economy picks up some speed after a weak start to the year.
News24 - Dubbed the "water monster" by the Aztecs, the axolotl salamander is battling extinction in the remnants of Mexico City's ancient lake, alarming scientists.
EFE - Authorities in central Mexico apprehended three people as they were using acid to dissolve the body of a man they murdered, the Morelos state Attorney General's Office said.
The Guardian - The former Brazil and Barcelona midfielder Ronaldinho, twice the World Player of the Year, has signed a two-year deal with Queretaro, the Mexican first division club said.
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