Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

Brown-Forman Beats Profit Estimates In Q2, Raises Forecast

Kris Alingod – AHN News Contributor Louiseville, KY, United States (AHN) – Brown-Forman posted second quarter earnings on Thursday, beating profit estimates but falling short of expected revenue. The liquor maker raised its outlook for the full fiscal year. Net income for the period ended Oct. 31 rose 5 percent to $154 million, or $1.05 […]

Group Bans Catches Of Some Sharks, Leaves Tuna Limits Little Changed

Paris, France (NewsBahn) – Delegates from 48 countries ended a week-long conservation conference here Saturday with an agreement on new protections for several species of endangered sharks, but failed to tighten limits on harvesting bluefin tuna. Members of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas voted to ban the fishing and sale of […]

Report: Mexican Drug Cartels Spreading to Other Countries

Tom Ramstack – AHN News Correspondent Washington, D.C., United States (AHN) – New government reports indicate Mexican drug cartels are making a bigger push to organize their black market activities in the United States, Europe and neighboring Latin American countries. In one example, some reports indicate the cartels are associating with white supremacists in the […]

Kerr Shoots Course Record 64 At Ochoa Invitational

Tom Edrington – AHN Sports Reporter Guadalajara, Mexico (AHN) – Cristie Kerr got her putter working Thursday at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational and put together a round that featured nine birdies on her way to a course record 64, eight-under par at the Gaudalajara Country Club. Kerr’s performance was good for a three-shot lead over […]

Chevron Announces Plans To Drill Deepwater Wells In Gulf Of Mexico

Oil company Chevron announced plans to drill new oil and gas wells in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday, which was only a few days after the government lifted the ban on drilling it imposed in the wake of the disastrous BP Deepwater Horizon oil well leak. View full post on Business Stories

Gulf of Mexico drilling to resume

The six-month moratorium on deep water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico is to be lifted, the US government confirms. View full post on Business Stories

Mexican Mayors Seek Refuge in U.S. After Another Assassination

Tom Ramstack – AHN News Correspondent Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico (AHN) – Another murder of a Mexican mayor on Monday is contributing to the security concerns of officials from towns near the U.S. border, who are now seeking refuge in the United States amid the ongoing drug war. The body of Gustavo Sanchez Cervantes, […]

Forbes Predicts Mukesh Ambani As Richest Man On Earth By 2014

AHN News Staff Washington, D.C., United States (AHN) – Forbes magazine, in its latest prediction, has said that India’s business tycoon Mukesh Ambani will become the world’s richest man by 2014. “One of the predictions is that Reliance Industries’ chief Ambani, who currently has a net worth of $29 billion, pips the world’s richest man […]