What We're Reading - March 2, 2016

BahaMar contretemps is going to make IDB meetings a little weird
Cca Pursued New Work While Baha Mar ‘Failed’ (Tribune 242 — 1 March, 2016)

Both Dilma and Lula in the crosshairs...
Brazil's No. 2 builder admits illegal Rousseff campaign funding: paper (Reuters — 1 March 2016)
Brazilian Prosecutors Investigating Former President Lula da Silva (WSJ — 1 March 2016)

One silver lining - they’ll serve pão de queijo
Brasil anuncia ao COI corte de R$900 mi no orçamento dos Jogos (Estadão — 2 March 2016)

No more smiling in Toronto
Scotiabank warns of more bad loans in oil and gas sector (Reuters — 1 March 2016)

Will Raúl toss out the first pitch?
President Obama expected to attend Rays-Cuba exhibition game (ESPN — 2 March 2016)

A sad story takes a predictable turn.
Alberto Nisman: testimony of ex-spy chief swings case towards murder (The Guardian — 1 March 2016)