MEXICO CITY, Aug 25- America Movil said on Tuesday it is facing a Mexico regulatory probe into whether its fixed-line unit Telmex violated the terms of its concession, and whether it broke the law, dealing a blow to its television ambitions at home. The probe will come as a major blow to America Movil, which is owned by the family of billionaire Carlos Slim and was...
MEXICO CITY, July 2- Totalplay, the pay TV, Internet and fixed-line company owned by Mexican billionaire Ricardo Salinas, is considering participating in an upcoming tender for a $7 billion wholesale mobile network, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. The planned network, which is written into Mexico's constitution, will have use of valuable...
July 2- Univision Holdings Inc, the owner of Spanish language TV network Univision Network, filed for an initial public offering of Class A common stock in the United States. Univision also counts Madison Dearborn Partners, Providence Equity Partners, Texas Pacific Group, Thomas H. Lee Partners and Saban Capital Group among its investors. Morgan Stanley, Goldman...
Univision, the largest Spanish-language broadcaster in the U.S., is looking to raise over $1bn in an IPO. The FT reports.
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MEXICO CITY, Oct 25- Mexico's main competition watchdog said on Thursday it had started an investigation into possible monopolistic practices in the country's mobile phone market, which is dominated by tycoon Carlos Slim. Slim's mobile phone company America Movil has about 70 percent of Mexico's market.
MEXICO CITY-- Mexican broadcaster Televisa says its profit rose 41.5 percent in the third quarter on the strength of gains from pay-TV subscribers. Grupo Televisa SAB is the world's largest producer of Spanish-language TV programs. It also owns Mexico's biggest television network.
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