Louise Story

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In the posh LA suburb of Bel-Air, "Starship Enterprise" stands for a 30,000-square-foot, curved glass-and-steel mega-mansion being constructed in apparent defiance of building codes or…

Giant Homes with Invisible Owners

In the posh LA suburb of Bel-Air, "Starship Enterprise" stands for a 30,000-square-foot, curved glass-and-steel mega-mansion being constructed in apparent defiance of building codes or…

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Multi-million dollar homes and condos in America’s luxury real estate markets are being sold to super-rich foreigners with shady pasts who don’t want to reveal their identities.

New York Skyscrapers Are Colonies for the Foreign Super Rich

Multi-million dollar homes and condos in America’s luxury real estate markets are being sold to super-rich foreigners with shady pasts who don’t want to reveal their identities.

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Tax breaks and government subsidies are beloved by politicians to help cities, counties and states increase jobs and grow their economies.

Competing for Private Enterprise with Public Dollars

Tax breaks and government subsidies are beloved by politicians to help cities, counties and states increase jobs and grow their economies.

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