jueves, 11 de septiembre de 2008

Más de Slim

Un poco más de la compra de Carlos Slim una participación en The New York Times Co., en Editor and Publisher, donde explican dos características importantes de la forma de hacer negocios de Slim. Primero:
"First, Slim has a nearly unerring eye for distressed companies that later deliver huge returns. Again, the most famous are Mexican companies such as Seguros de Mexico. He bought the nation's largest insurance company in 1982, when economic and political disarray caused by a collapsing oil price and government currency mismanagement looked to send Mexico back into basket case status. He paid $44 million for Seguros. Last year, The Wall Street Journal estimated it was worth "at least $2.5 billion."
"The second thing to know about Slim is that he's a fan and a disciple of the pop futurist Alvin Toffler. What he likes about the "Future Shock" author, he told the Journal, is his concept of identifying opportunities early."

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