Sentido Comun – Diniz Group, a company dedicated to outdoor entertainment with amusement parks operating under the brand Recórcholis, reached an agreement to sell 49 percent stake of its shares to Northgate Capital, an international company that manages investment funds.
El Economista – Alejandro Ramirez Magana, CEO of Cinepolis, has become president of the Mexican Business Council (CMN), a private organization that includes executives of the largest companies in Mexico, such as Bimbo, FEMSA, Penoles, Alfa, Bachoco, Telmex, among others.
Notimex – Telmex started installing the Telcel 4GLTE-Infinitum Digital Village in the Zocalo of Mexico City to be held from July 10 to 26. The event is aimed at boosting technology development in education, employment, health, culture, entrepreneurship and innovation.
El Siglo de Torreon – Wendy Esparza, Miss Mexico 2014, said she was “shocked” by the notification that she will not compete for the Miss Universe title but felt “it was the most positive thing for me to do.”
Latin Post – A television company controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim announced that it has canceled a project with the outspoken real estate developer Donald Trump after Trump called Mexican immigrants drug traffickers and rapists during his presidential election announcement speech.
Insider Trading – Cemex had an volatile session Tuesday and gained 0.13 points until last call. The price was at $9.16, gaining 1.44 percent until the last intraday data. The total uptick value was $8.6 million while the total downtick value was $14.55 million.