By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Fernando Haddad (PT) has been elected mayor of São Paulo, Brazil’s biggest city and business center, in a hard-fought second round of voting in Brazil’s municipal elections. He beat rival José Serra (PSDB) into second place with a comfortable margin: 55.57 percent to 44.43 percent. Haddad had come a close second to Serra in the first . . .