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Carlos Slim, One of World's Richest Men, Gets Schooled by an Old Pupil

AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson learned about Mexico’s telecom market two decades ago from the billionaire industrialist Carlos Slim. Today, AT&T is challenging Mr. Slim’s América Móvil and has helped erase $8 billion from his fortune. The relationship between the two men is strained.

DESPACHOS DESDE EL AGUJERO DE LA MEMORIA: Using Billions in Government Cash, Mexico Controls News Me…

DESPACHOS DESDE EL AGUJERO DE LA MEMORIA: Using Billions in Government Cash, Mexico Controls News Media, the New York Times reported yesterday. Control-F “Carlos Slim” brings back zero results. ¡Inesperadamente!

Glenn Thrush, New York Times Sexual Deviant, Ousted From White House Press Job

It was just announced that Glenn Thrush, the sexual deviant who writes for Carlos Slim’s New York Times blog, will no longer be covering the daily press briefings with Sarah Sanders. But get this: he will still be working at the New York Times. Show More Summary

Carlos Slim is said to map plan to slash New York Times Co. holdings

Billionaire Carlos Slim is planning to sell more than half of his 17% stake in the New York Times Co. to U.S. hedge fund investors, reducing his sway over one of the world’s most influential... To view the full story, click the title link.

Leonardo DiCaprio Joins Forces With Mexican Government to Save the World's Most Endangered Marine Mammal

Rampant overfishing has driven Mexico's native vaquita to the brink of extinction, with less than 30 individuals left in the wild. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, Leonardo DiCaprio and telecom tycoon Carlos Slim signed a memorandum...Show More Summary

Let’s Go Invent Tomorrow

L ET'S GO INVENT TOMORROW is a collection of 365 quotes on business and life from Richard Branson, Sergey Brin, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jack Ma, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Carlos Slim, Oprah Winfrey, and Mark Zuckerberg. Some are inspiring, and most are thought-provoking. Show More Summary

Mexican mogul Slim donates $105 million to earthquake recovery efforts

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican mogul Carlos Slim's foundation will donate more than $105 million (1.978 billion pesos) to help the country recover from two large earthquakes in September, Slim announced on Tuesday.

Mexican billionaire sees growth opportunity after earthquake

Mexico's richest man, telecom magnate Carlos Slim, said Tuesday that reconstruction from two destructive earthquakes last month will create jobs and spur growth and announced that more than $100 million … Click to Continue »

HERE WE GO AGAIN! James O’Keefe Hints At New York Times Undercover Sting

Is the New York Times about to get the CNN treatment from James O’Keefe of Project Veritas? It all started with an innocent Monday afternoon poke at the ‘failing’ New York Times, owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim (and which undoubtedly influenced the 2016 U.S. Show More Summary

Leonardo DiCaprio is an Environmental Activist (But Does It Matter?)

  image via Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation/Instagram Oscar-winning actor and activist Leonardo DiCaprio along with billionaire Carlos Slim and Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico’s president, have promised to protect marine ecosystems in the upper Gulf of California. Show More Summary

BREAKING: Hillary Campaign Used Phony Information Obtained Through Collusion w/ KREMLIN To Damage Trump Campaign

While lying MSM outlets such as CNN (Clinton News Network) and Carlos Slim’s Blog (New York Times) continue to pump out... The post BREAKING: Hillary Campaign Used Phony Information Obtained Through Collusion w/ KREMLIN To Damage Trump Campaign appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

The billionaire and the airport: could his last act in Mexico City ruin Carlos Slim?

In what is likely his last great urban intervention, the billionaire is constructing a massive new airport. The $13.4bn project is highly complex and controversial – can he pull it off? It is sometimes hard to tell where Carlos Slim stops and Mexico City starts. Show More Summary

Exclusive: U.S., Mexico, Slim charity to work on Central America crime, migration

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The United States, Mexico and three Central American nations will this week unveil plans to work with billionaire Carlos Slim's charity to tackle crime in Central America and find new ways of slowing migration, according to a draft document.

Leonardo DiCaprio Teams Up with Mexico President & Carlos Slim to Help Endangered Porpoises

During a meeting on Thursday (June 8), Leonardo DiCaprio, Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto, billionaire Carlos Slim, and senior government officials at the Official Residence of Los Pinos created a Memorandum of Understanding to make major commitments to protect valuable marine ecosystems in the Gulf of California. The Gulf has been under increased pressure from [...]

Mexico, DiCaprio and Carlos Slim craft plan to save endangered porpoise

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican government, tycoon Carlos Slim and U.S. actor Leonardo DiCaprio on Wednesday unveiled a joint plan to protect a tiny porpoise in the Gulf of California that has become a potent symbol of critically endangered animal species.

Leonardo DiCaprio, Carlos Slim, Mexico team up to help porpoise

9 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Mexico's president, its richest man and actor Leonardo DiCaprio signed an agreement Wednesday aimed at protecting marine ecosystems.

Please Help Find My Nephew Matt

By Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.at Today I've got something very personal to share with you, but first... Scan a few social media feeds and you'll be forgiven for believing that those around us make more money than Carlos Slim onShow More Summary

Will Mexico City's taxi drivers go electric?

9 months agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

Billionaire Carlos Slim is funding the project.

Foreign Interference In Our Electoral Process For Me, But Not For Thee

Gee, I wonder whether Carlos Slim exerts any influence on the editorial slant of one of his companies? I love that we assume a New York newspaper owned by a Mexican multibillionaire is right about everything, but smaller journalists are...

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