Eduardo Eurnekian is preparing to sell shares for the first time in New York as Argentina’s second-richest family expands its global conglomerate spanning airports, energy and semiconductors.
Consider the pom-pom, that puckish ball of fluff. It is foolish. It is fetching. It has no reason to exist. It is everywhere.
“Is there a Starbucks on the trail?” I heard someone ask. The answer, of course, is “No.”
The U.S. State Department barred travel by officials to the 15th century ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru’s top tourist destination, citing a heightened risk of kidnapping.
“Where to eat in Barcelona?” I ask Ferran Adria, whose Tickets tapas bar is besieged with diners.