The Real Slim Shady

Friday, January 30, 2009


Carlos Slim Helú may be the world's richest man that you’ve never heard of. He’s also the new benefactor of the New York Times, lending the struggling paper 250 million dollars. Former Times editor Andres Martinez talks about the real Slim and how much millions in good PR might really cost the Gray Lady.

Comments [2]

Alberto M. from Georgia

Finalmente "On the media" se digna a señalar que los medios norteamericanos no le prestan a atención a su vecino del sur [además de la inmigración] sino hasta que se ven afectados sus intereses o seguridad nacional.

Por cierto, "welcome to 'Slimlandia' New York Times"

Feb. 03 2009 06:08 PM
John R from Virginia

Why has the New York Times, lost so much readership? Maybe they should ask the SUN or maybe the Inquirer for some assistance. If they could just report stories, with some historical basis, or provide analysis that was based in facts instead of conjecture maybe their readership might increase.

Feb. 02 2009 02:08 PM

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