Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., the publisher of the New York Times, is in love. At least, that's what a Mexican magazine says.
Capital New York's Joe Pompeo was the first to spot an item in the magazine Quién about Sulzberger and the new woman in his life.
Claudia González is a 40-year-old Mexican expatriate living in Geneva, Switzerland where she works for the Global Fund as its marketing director. Quién shows pictures of her and Sulzberger at dinner and in front of what could be either archeological ruins or merely very cobblestoned streets.
The article says that Sulzberger "looks happy and radiant, and it's all thanks" to González. It also says that they began their romance during a New Year's trip to Mexico, where the two spent time with Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim.
The most intriguing nugget in the piece, though, is the fact that, according to Quién, Sulzberger and González are dividing their time between his home in New York and her home in Switzerland, and that they see each other every two weeks.
Sulzberger, 59, divorced his wife of 33 years, Gail Gregg, in 2008.
Incidentally, HuffPost's Michael Calderone spoke to González in 2006 for the New York Observer. Back then, she was working for the World Economic Forum. She told Calderone that she had a "dream list" of media figures she would like to see turn up at the annual Davos forum. One of the people on that list? Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.