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Chicago Tribune
Rick Renteria got a Cubs World Series ring. Who else deserves one?who else has spread the joy of Cubdom over the last six decades, wearing the sa
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
who else has spread the joy of Cubdom over the last six decades, wearing the same Cubs uniform all the while? Ring, woo! Sam Zell: The Rickettses wouldn't have the Cubs if Zell hadn't sold the club to them. No Rickettses, no rings. Sure, Zell... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Who else deserves a Cubs' championship ring?else has spread the joy of Cubdom over the last six decades, and wearing the sa
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
else has spread the joy of Cubdom over the last six decades, and wearing the same Cubs uniform all the while? Ring, woo! Sam Zell: Ricketts wouldn’t have the Cubs if Zell hadn’t sold it to him. No Ricketts, no ring. Sure Zell knew nothing about... Read more
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Island Packet
There are 86 million reasons why Trump can’t really hurt Mitch McConnellMiriam, contributed $10 million each. Other notable donors included Home Depot
Island Packet / Posted 7 days ago
Miriam, contributed $10 million each. Other notable donors included Home Depot co-founder Marcus Bernard, Houston Texans CEO Robert McNair, Chicago hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, energy entrepreneur T. Boone Pickens and real-estate investor Sam Ze... Read more
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The News & Observer
There are 86 million reasons why Trump can’t really hurt Mitch McConnellDepot co-founder Marcus Bernard, Houston Texans CEO Robert McNair, Chicago hedg
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
Depot co-founder Marcus Bernard, Houston Texans CEO Robert McNair, Chicago hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, energy entrepreneur T. Boone Pickens and real-estate investor Sam Zell. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital acce... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
There are 86 million reasons why Trump can’t really hurt Mitch McConnellMiriam, contributed $10 million each. Other notable donors included Home Depot
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 7 days ago
Miriam, contributed $10 million each. Other notable donors included Home Depot co-founder Marcus Bernard, Houston Texans CEO Robert McNair, Chicago hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, energy entrepreneur T. Boone Pickens and real-estate investor Sam Ze... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Office Depot purchases its headquarters building in Boca Raton for $132 millionDepot employees, was last sold for $171 million in 2011 to Equity Commonwealth,
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 7 days ago
Depot employees, was last sold for $171 million in 2011 to Equity Commonwealth, a real estate investment trust chaired by Sam Zell. The Chicago real estate mogul in 2007 led a leveraged buyout of Tribune Co., former owner of the Sun Sentinel... Read more
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New Kerala
Zell Lurie Founders Fund Invests in Neurable's Cutting Edge Brain-Computer Interface Tech Startup - newkerala news #259163and several soon-to-be-unveiled companies, in addition to Neurable. The Fund wa
New Kerala / Posted 17 days ago
and several soon-to-be-unveiled companies, in addition to Neurable. The Fund was made possible by a 2015 gift from business magnate Sam Zell. Share it!Zell Lurie Founders Fund Invests in Neurable's Cutting Edge Brain-Computer Interface Tech S... Read more
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New Kerala
Zell Lurie Founders Fund Invests in Neurable's Cutting Edge Brain-Computer Interface Tech Startup - newkerala news #259178and several soon-to-be-unveiled companies, in addition to Neurable. The Fund wa
New Kerala / Posted 17 days ago
and several soon-to-be-unveiled companies, in addition to Neurable. The Fund was made possible by a 2015 gift from business magnate Sam Zell. Share it!Zell Lurie Founders Fund Invests in Neurable's Cutting Edge Brain-Computer Interface Tech S... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
The populist money man behind the Sun-Times buyoutsays. Many rich people with big ideas have recently failed to revive newspaper
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 1 months ago
says. Many rich people with big ideas have recently failed to revive newspapers. Chicagoans like real estate developer Sam Zell and venture capitalist Michael Ferro were among those unable to stanch the flow of readers and advertisers to... Read more
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Salon.com
Living the American dream in a trailer parkever-rising rents. But far more common in the past few years has been the phen
Salon.com / Posted 1 months ago
ever-rising rents. But far more common in the past few years has been the phenomenon of investors, such as billionaires Sam Zell and Warren Buffett, catching on to the fact that there’s a lot of money to be made in trailer parks — returns of 20... Read more

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