Carlos Slim’s Son-in-Law to Design New Airport

Fernando Romero, son-in-law of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, won a bid to design a new, $9.2 billion airport in the capital, expected to become the largest air hub in Latin America, Mexican authorities revealed Wednesday. The 41-year-old partnered with British architect Norman Foster to design the futuristic, X-shaped design. It is expected to quadruple passenger capacity,…

Carlos Slim’s Son-in-Law to Design New Airport

Baupost’s Seth Klarman Suggests That The U.S. Could Be Uninvestable One Day

Seth KlarmanIn his 2021 year-end letter, Baupost's Seth Klarman looked at the year in review and how COVID-19 swept through every part of our lives. He blamed much of the ills of the pandemic on those who choose not to get vaccinated while also expressing a dislike for the social division COVID-19 has caused. Q4 2021 Read More

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