Bradley Tusk reflects on the enduring power of print—and the complicated politics of media ownership.
The modest, single-digit billionaire has to watch their wealth. Sure, $4 or $5 billion sounds like a lot, but the almighty dollar is fickle. A Gulfstream G550 is nice, but it’s a depreciating asset. Ditto the superyacht docked in Portofino. And one never knows when Elizabeth Warren might come knocking, wealth tax in hand. A proper Caymanian tax adviser doesn’t come cheap.
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