'You know he isn't the sucker'
|In fight for a Mexican company, a peek into a tycoon's world|
(From The New York Times) High above Columbus Circle, atop the Time Warner Center, is one of the most expensive apartments in Manhattan, a sleek aerie of steel and stone, high windows and soaring views.
It is the home of David Martinez, a Mexican financier who has minted a fortune buying and selling the debt of troubled countries and companies from Argentina to Pakistan. He paid about $42 million for the 12,000-square-foot duplex in 2003, then spent even more on additions and renovations, covering the space in stone and stainless steel.
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