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Maxcom and Megacable sign deal to maintain services in 3 cities
Megacable Holdings to hold 66 pct stake in PCTV
Megacable Holdings SAB de CV Announces Dividend Payment
Megacable Holdings SAB de CV is a Mexico-based company principally engaged in the provision of cable service. The Company’s activities are structured in five segments: Cable Network, Internet, Telephone, Business and Other. The Cable Network division distributes television (TV) broadcasting programs via cable. The Internet division provides Internet services to individual and corporate customers. The Telephone delivers fixed-line communication services to individual and corporate customers. The Business division focuses on designing and developing information technology (IT) infrastructure and equipment for business customers. The Other division mainly includes selling of advertising time, producing TV programs and other network services. The Company operates under various brand names, such as Megacable and Metrocarrier. It operates through Acotel SA de CV, Giga Cable SA de CV and Grupo Lipsio SAPI de CV, among others.
Av. Lazaro Cardenas No. 1694 Del Fresno
Francisco Javier Robinson Bours Castelo
Chairman of the Board
Enrique Yamuni Robles
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Luis Antonio Zetter Zermeno
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Saul Alonso Gil Pena
Director of Investor Relations
Raymundo Fernandez Pendones
Deputy General Director
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Mexican telecommunications firm Axtel said on Thursday that it signed a deal with cable company Megacable to sell its fiber business in some cities for 1.15 billion pesos ($60.17 million).
Argentina's central bank surprised markets on Friday by hiking its key interest rate and intervening with dollar sales to support its peso, while Mexico's and Brazil's currencies gained ground after steep, recent losses. Argentina's central bank unexpectedly raised its key...
(Adds details on stock moves; updates prices) By Bruno Federowski BRASILIA, April 27 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso and Brazil's real posted gains on Friday after mixed U.S. economic data drove investors to pare back bets on a faster pace of U.S. interest rate hikes, while corporate...
Mexico's telecommunications regulator said on Friday that it does not have evidence to find that broadcaster Grupo Televisa has market power in pay TV, reversing an earlier decision and sparing the company from additional regulatory measures.
Mexico's Grupo Televisa said on Thursday that Mexico's telecommunications regulator has declared that the media and entertainment company and its units have substantial market power in pay television, which could lead to tougher regulation.
A Mexican tribunal struck down a ruling on Thursday that said broadcaster Grupo Televisa did not have market power in pay television, two people with knowledge of the matter said, opening the door to tougher rules against the company.
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