LIVE NATION ENTERTAINMENT: Live Nation Expands Its Global Platform By Acquiring Leading Mexico Promoter OCESA Entertainment

Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV), the world's leading live entertainment company, has entered into definitive agreements to acquire a controlling interest in OCESA Entretenimiento, a leading promoter in Latin America and owner of Ticketmaster Mexico from CIE (BMV: CIE), a prominent player in the live entertainment industry in Latin America, and Grupo Televisa (NYSE: TV), the largest multimedia company in the Spanish-speaking world. Read More »

CARDENAS MARKETING NETWORK: With a multi-million-dollar investment, Henry Cardenas, CEO and President of CMN, acquires Arena Bogotá, an unparalleled live events venue in Colombia

Henry Cardenas, the American businessman, president and executive director of Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN), and now director of Cardenas Entertainment and Marketing Group (CEMG), returns to his native country, Colombia, to fulfill his professional dream of being the owner and operator of Arena Bogotá, an enclosed venue, which is destined to become an iconic venue that will showcase world-class events. Read More »

CITI: Celebrates Its 14th Annual Global Community Day with 110,000 Citi Volunteers in More Than 400 Cities Around the World

Today, Citi celebrates its 14th annual Global Community Day with 110,000 Citi volunteers in more than 400 cities across 90 countries and territories participating in service activities in their local communities. In the days leading up to, and including Global Community Day, Citi colleagues, alumni, partners, clients, family and friends are volunteering in more than 1,500 service projects that are helping to address a range of community needs—from mentoring low-income youth to conserving parks and educating people about the value of protecting healthy and sustainable ecosystems. Read More »

THE WORLD BANK: New Project to Strengthen the Social Protection System in Honduras to Benefit More than 240,000 Families Living in Extreme Poverty

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved a US$30 million project to strengthen the social protection system in Honduras, which will directly benefit some 40,000 households living in extreme poverty in urban areas, and indirectly benefit more than 200,000 families in rural areas. Read More »