The heir to the second-biggest fortune in the world listens to AC/DC in his car and used to DJ at an Acapulco dance club. That's part of the ­everyman charm exuded by business scion Car­los Slim Domit, the son of Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim Helú, a 75-year-old ­telecommunications mogul whose assets are worth $77.1 ­billion (almost $5 billion more than Warren Buffett), ­according to Forbes' 2015 ranking. The oldest of six children, Slim Domit, 48, is responsible for ­preserving his ­family's empire with his two brothers, Marco Antonio, 46, and Patrick, 45.

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