Haim Saban, the billionaire chairman of Univision Communications, America’s largest Spanish-language media company, flew to Jerusalem in his private jet on Sept. 29 to attend the funeral of his friend Shimon Peres, Israel’s former prime minister. It was an event attended by numerous world leaders. Saban gave one of them a lift: former U.S. President Bill Clinton. In Saban’s telling, it wasn’t a big deal.
He's one of the most charming people I have ever met in my whole life, and he's really funny.
He's perceptive and perseverant. All that wealth that he created for himself, he did on his own.
He has been quoted as saying he will do everything in his power to get Hillary Clinton elected.
Bubbie, forget about it, I don't need your money.
Rupert Murdoch had a conversation with Pat Robertson.
During that dinner, I spoke as a member of the top Fox management, even though I wasn't.
But you're on the receiving end, so it's not crazy.
Well, you know, I already did that.
I am neither a lawyer nor a tax expert, in fact my formal education ended when I finished high school.
They call us to find out where to send their kids to school, what the best hospitals are to send their kids if they get sick.
Haim Saban is one of the toughest and most persistent negotiators I have met.
I don't want to see a novela with a hacienda.
They did it to get a higher [price] multiple.
Hillary is more likely to bless any expansion of foreign ownership between the two than Trump is.
Jorge Ramos is one of our most beloved journalists.
The problem with him is that he doesn't realize that if you're a hard news reporter, you cannot give opinion.
When you look at the softball interviews that have been given to Hillary Clinton over the last couple of years and Haim Saban's public statements, it is very evident that the network is committed to the election of Hillary Clinton.
I am supportive of Hillary, but I don't tell this guy [Ramos] what to say.
The stock market is very buoyant, and the prognosis for the next 12 months is pretty strong.
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