Sales of the devices are set to double this year, with growth stretching from the iPad to low-cost local brands.
Brazil’s increasingly internet savvy middle class is fuelling a boom in state-of-the-art consumer electronics from smartphones to smart TVs.
Our survey of funds highlights increased competition in the sector, but more targets are available, as accelerators take hold.
With assets of R$4bn in Brazil, the utility has a platform for ambitious expansion.
The leading infrastructure provider is yet to make a smooth transition into high-margin segments.
Both Netshoes, a mass-market portal for sports brands, and S2G, a service-provider for boutiques, show that discounting is not a necessary agreement of online success.
A round-up of M&A deals, including the finance, agribusiness and healthcare sectors.
The environmental conference tests two different parts of Brazil’s image.
The $11bn fine levied at Chevron for the Frade oil spill was excessive – and is unlikely to be applied. But it has spurred talks on a new contingency plan that could see oil companies spending more on safety.
Samsung Heavy Industries’ exit from the Atlântico Sul venture emphasises the troubles facing Brazil’s infant shipbuilding industry.