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August 10, 1993 | JUANITA DARLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the latest foreign purchase of a Mexican media outlet, Capital Cities/ABC announced Monday that it has bought the publisher of the country's leading business magazine, Expansion. While the purchase price is not huge--sources close to the company estimated the undisclosed price at between $10 million and $20 million--the deal is still seen as significant because the magazine has a select readership of about 27,000 and is ranked No.
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August 10, 1993 | JUANITA DARLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the latest foreign purchase of a Mexican media outlet, Capital Cities/ABC announced Monday that it has bought the publisher of the country's leading business magazine, Expansion. While the purchase price is not huge--sources close to the company estimated the undisclosed price at between $10 million and $20 million--the deal is still seen as significant because the magazine has a select readership of about 27,000 and is ranked No.
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BUSINESS
May 3, 1998
The advent of the euro will make painfully clear the prevailing price discrepancies in identical products from one European country to the next, the result of local tax, regulatory and market differences. This new "transparency" is expected to lead to comparison shopping by Europeans and gradually narrow the difference. The price of a pair of Levis 501 blue jeans in euros, by country, if the euro were in circulation today: Austria: 36.05 Belgium: 71.30 France: 60.58 Finland: 66.88 Germany: 70.
BUSINESS
September 3, 2002 | From Times Wire Services
Most major foreign stock markets ended lower Monday in the absence of guidance from holiday-shuttered U.S. markets. In Europe, Zurich Financial and other insurers dragged shares down on jitters over the companies' finances. Also, airline shares including Lufthansa sank after details of a thwarted potential hijacking of a flight from Sweden last week renewed fears over the sector's vulnerability to terrorism. Stocks also were mostly weaker in Asia and Latin America.
BUSINESS
November 25, 2007 | Marla Dickerson, Times Staff Writer
When Louise Goeser needs a little extra horsepower, she heads for the stable. Equestrian jumping is the latest pursuit of the president and chief executive of Ford Motor Co.'s Mexico division. The automaker's insurers would probably prefer it if the 54-year-old just bought a Mustang. But Goeser (pronounced GAY-zer) loves the challenge of guiding a horse over 1.4-meter-high fences. "I know it's sort of crazy," says Goeser, who took up the sport after assuming her post in Mexico in 2005.
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