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From Las Vegas, Jon Ralston reports that casino squillionaire Sheldon Adelson's family is stumping up another $5m for the Gingrich campaign:Time to sell all those Intrade contracts on Mitt Romney eh?
I have the misfortune to live in a town where squillionaire socialist Poll has one of her three homes and I've seen her a couple of times.
It says much for the state of the Liebour Govt that the best they could put up to defnd Bruin on Today today was the squillionaire ex-Tory traitor Dead Shornwood and the only MP in the party who's done military service, Eric Joyce (who offered equivocation at best).
The profits go back into pensions for the employees and investment for the entity, instead of the pockets of squillionaire shareholders and wealthy private equity vehicles.
My prediction, they will approach that hoary old hero of the poor and disadvantage, multi-squillionaire Al Gore of Hanging Chads to balance the age and experience issue against Mr McCain.
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
He was already a multi-squillionaire through his own efforts.
Again, Levy is a self-made squillionaire in a cut-throat business.
If I were a squillionaire, I'd have these guys build half the furniture in my palatial estate, and get Roger Wood to build the other half.
When one nerd squillionaire makes some hubristic prediction about the future, another nerd squillionaire can call her/him on it and challenge her/him to a friendly wager of $1000 or more.
What do Labour MP Paul Flynn and the real estate squillionaire Donald Trump have in common?
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