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The Collective
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
By Dr. Steven Taylor

Via the NYT: New York Times set for investment

The New York Times is set to receive a $250m (£180m) investment from Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim to help the paper finance its business.

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In return, Mr Slim’s stake in the paper will be increased, making him the second largest shareholder.

Mr Slim is the world’s second richest man, according to Forbes magazine.

Besides simply being interesting, I have no particular comment to make except to note that phrase “Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim” sounds far more like something out of pulp novel than reality.

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One Response to “Slim to the Rescue”

  1. mbailey Says:

    I couldn’t agree more, and I tell you one thing about (the fictional) him, too: he’s not a good man. Not at all.

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