Mario Garnero, founder of the Brasilinvest bank: “We have no preference for parties”

Campinas Bernardo Bernardo Garnero is one of the most influential entrepreneurs in Brazil. In 1979, Garnero promoted the 1st International Seminar on investments in Brazil, in Salzburg, Austria. After the seminar, Brasilinvest (Banco de Garnero) started to operate as a business bank, intermediating foreign investments in Brazil. Since its inception in 1975, the […]

Mino Carta, founder of Carta Capital magazine: “Roberto Civita remains an idiot”

The Genoese Demetrio Giuliano Mino Carta is one of the main names in Brazilian journalism. Carta directed the creation teams of publications that made history in the Brazilian press, such as “Quatro Rodas”, “Jornal da Tarde”, “Veja”, “IstoÉ” and “Carta Capital”, of which he was the founder and is still the editorial director . Of the newspapers he helped create, […]

Luiza Helena Trajano, CEO of the retail group Magazine Luiza: “We will earn 6 billion reais”

Luiza Helena Trajano Inácio Rodrigues is one of the main businesswomen in Brazil. She is the current commander of the Magazine Luiza chain of stores and other companies integrated into her holding company. The respected business woman, managed to transform a chain of stores located in Franca (interior of São Paulo), into a strong company, which fights with […]

Luis Nassif, founder of Agência Dinheiro Vivo and host of the Brasilianas.org program: “Veja's journalism is dishonest”

The Poços de Caldas miner, Luis Nassif, was a columnist and member of the editorial board of Folha de S. Paulo, writing for many years about economics in this newspaper. In the compositions that make possible economic scenarios, he does not fail to analyze related areas that are also relevant in the economy, such as the Science and Technology system. […]

Plínio de Arruda Sampaio, ex-candidate for the presidency of the Republic by PSOL: “Election is set to discuss nothing”

Graduated in Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo in 1954, the São Paulo native Plínio Soares de Arruda Sampaio, militated in Catholic University Youth, of which he was president, and in Ação Popular - a left-wing group arising from the lay movements of Ação Brazilian Catholic. He was a public prosecutor, constituent Federal deputy and […]
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