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Mexico's leading telecom giant is making some radical moves to compete with AT&T

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican telecoms giant America Movil, controlled by billionaire Carlos Slim, will respond to a challenge from U.S. carrier AT&T by offering some subscribers free calls to and data in the United States, and will...Show More Summary

These are the 5 most common names among billionaires

Microsoft founder Bill Gates is the richest man in the world with a net worth of $79.2 billion (£50.7 billion), while Mexican telecoms mogul Carlos Slim comes in second with a net worth of $77.1 billion (£49.3 billion). But neither "Bill"...Show More Summary

Ora TV, Which Dumped Trump, Is Now Partnering With Carlos Slim's Uno TV

In a new partnership with billionaire Carlos Slim's Mexican on-demand digital television Uno TV, U.S.-based Ora TV plans to expand its Spanish shows to try to lure "millions" of new Spanish-only viewers into its programming.

Will Carlos Slim Be Allowed To Compete Against Mexican Rivals With Alleged Political Protection?

A company partially controlled by billionaires Carlos Slim Helú will launch Mexico's first cement initial public offering in 15 years, but some analysts are skeptical the IPO will give Elementia a better chance to compete in a domestic market perceived as mired in government favoritism.

Public Wealth Calls For Better Governance

When you think of wealth in nearly every country in the world, you probably think of an individual - a Bill Gates or a Carlos Slim. But the largest owner of wealth is all of us collectively - you and me, fellow taxpayers. With that opening statement, and against the [...]

Carlos Slim -- Mexican Billionaire Says 'No Gracias' To 'Apprentice’

Mexican mogul Carlos Slim sits on a telecommunications empire worth billions, making him the perfect replacement for Trump on 'The Apprentice,' but it’s not gonna happen, TMZ has learned. Slim’s rep tells TMZ, “No creo que le…

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim scraps project with Donald Trump after Mexico insults

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A television company controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has canceled a project with real estate developer and TV personality Donald Trump after his comments insulting Mexicans, Slim’s spokesman said on Monday. This is the third company to cut ties with Trump, who is seeking the...

Donald Trump Could Be Losing As Much as $78.5 Million For Pissing Off Mexicans

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A media company owned by Carlos Slim would have begun production on a show featuring US mogul Donald Trump just this week, before the unnamed program was canceled over Trump's incendiary statements about Mexican immigrants. Ora TV, an...Show More Summary

Carlos Slim's Ora TV Severs Ties With Donald Trump, Calling His Remarks About Immigrants "Racist"

Donald Trump's offensive remarks calling Mexican immigrants "criminal and rapist", have forced Carlos Slim's Ora TV, Emilio Azcarraga's Televisa, Univision and NBC, to drop plans for airing the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants that are co-owned by the real estate mogul.

Trump’s big mouth irks Carlos Slim

Donald Trump’s controversial comments about Mexicans prompted a billionaire to cancel a project with him. ||| Mexico City - A television company controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has cancelled a project with real estate developer and TV personality Donald Trump after his comments insulting Mexicans, Slim's spokesman said on Monday. Show More Summary

With Carlos Slim, Billionaire Elizabeth Holmes Brings Innovative Blood Testing Method To Mexico

Elizabeth Holmes, the world's youngest female billionaire, and Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim have set up a partnership to bring to Mexico the benefits of Holmes' innovative blood testing.

Top New York Times Shareholder is a Clinton Foundation Donor

Carlos Slim is double dipping, apparently. He’s the top New York Times shareholder and is a high-money donor to the Clinton Foundation.

Mexican Tycoon Carlos Slim's Camp Calls Ann Coulter's Wild Allegations Against Him "True Nonsense"

In a new book, Ann Coulter claims that Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim "bailed out" The New York Times so that he could "buy pro-illegal immigration coverage," but Slim's spokesperson called the allegations "true nonsense."

Carlos Slim Asks $80 Million for Epic Manhattan Mansion

SELLER: Carlos Slim Helú LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: $80,000,000 SIZE: (approx.) 20,000 square feet, 10 bedrooms, 10+ bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: If, over the last seven or eight years we’ve slung real estate dirt about the rich and/or famous, Your Mama has told the children once we’ve told y’all 49,000 times that one... Read more »

U.S. Con Man Posing As Billionaire Carlos Slim's Associate Convicted Of Fraud And Money Laundering

A Sacramento Court convicted a California man of stealing millions of dollars by falsely representing himself as an associate of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim in a scheme to sell pre-IPO shares of Facebook stock.

Billionaire Carlos Slim Listing Fifth Ave Mansion For $80 Million, Almost Two Times What He Paid

Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim is seeking to make a large profit by selling an iconic luxury mansion on Fifth Ave in Manhattan for nearly double what he paid five years ago.

Carlos Slim lists Manhattan townhouse for sale at $80M

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim put his Manhattan townhouse on the market for $80 million, almost double what he paid for the Fifth Avenue property in 2010. The 20,000-square-foot Duke Semans... To view the full story, click the title link.

Carlos Slim is asking for $80 million for his Fifth Avenue mansion, which would make it the most expensive townhouse ever sold in New York City

Billionaire business magnate Carlos Slim put his Manhattan townhouse up for sale on Tuesday, and he's asking for a hefty $80 million. Slim bought the Fifth Avenue mansion, which faces Central Park at East 82nd Street, for $44 million...Show More Summary

Slim Pickens: Mexican Oil Tycoon Goes Out On His Own

Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim, who is ranked by Forbes as the world's second-richest man, reportedly established his own oil company.

Mexican Tycoon Carlos Slim Sets Up New Company To Spin Off Assets And Avoid Anti-Trust Sanctions

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helú announced the creation of a new company to spin off cellular towers as part of its divestiture plan to avoid tougher anti-trust sanctions

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