SAO PAULO - A one-time Marxist guerrilla chosen by Brazil's most popular leader in history to succeed him was the front-runner in Sunday's presidential election and hoped to pull off what even her predecessor couldn't: a first-round win with no need for a runoff.
SAO PAULO - Brazilians vote Sunday in national elections that could see front-running candidate Dilma Rousseff become the country's first female president, succeeding her popular ally and mentor.
SAO PAULO - The emcee's voice begins rising to a crescendo rivaling that of any Las Vegas ring announcer, a yell driving through a dense tropical rain that concisely explains what Brazil's adored president means to his nation.
SAO PAULO - Brazil's state-run oil company was set Thursday to announce pricing for the world's largest share offering, with the expected proceeds of $79 billion being used to tap some of the largest oil reserves discovered in decades.
SAO PAULO - Brazil's state-run oil company raised $70 billion in the world's largest share offering, proceeds that will be used to tap some of the largest oil reserves discovered in decades.
- Petrobras raises $70B in offer, world's largest
- Scandals not slowing Brazil front runner
- Ex-GM CEO Fritz Henderson to head Sunoco spin-off
- No fun intended: Brazil forbids election spoofing
- Mercosur trade bloc agrees to reduce customs fees
- Telefonica to buy control of Brazil's Vivo
- Telefonica to buy Brazil's Vivo after deal with PT
- Telefonica: new deal with PT to buy Brazil's Vivo
- Brazil Indians free workers at hydroelectric site
- Brazil Indians block workers at hydroelectric site
- Telefonica deal to buy Brazil's Vivo falls apart
- Now it's Brazil's turn to get ready for the WCup
- Brazil: Air France jet lands after bomb threat
- World Cup no panacea for SAFrica's economic woes
- EU ruling revives Telefonica bid for Brazil's Vivo
- Kenya to get Brazil's help to produce biodiesel
- Global workplace productivity not a World Cup goal
- Brazil’s Embraer proposes regional jets for India
- Samba turns somber as top-ranked Brazil ousted
- Portugal blocks Telefonica bid for Vivo
- Report: Portuguese govt blocks Telefonica bid
- Spain's Telefonica raises bid for Brazil's Vivo
- World leaders unite in slamming North Korea, Iran
- Silva: 'Gringo' outsiders keep nose out of Amazon
- General Motors creates South American unit
- Smiling North Koreans win over South African hosts
- Work suffers, parties thrive during World Cup
- NYC to plunk down pianos at ferry, Brooklyn Bridge
- Refiner Sunoco to spin off its coke business
- Who's cheering for NKorea at World Cup?
- Brazil to lead agriculture boom as Europe imports
- Minister: Brazil has to learn from SAfrica WCup
- 60 years later, US and England meet again
- Sixty years later, US and England meet again
- Brazil's mood confident as 2 unknowns vie to Silva