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They include Shahid Khan, an automotive tycoon who made use of at least $79 million in losses from a stake in the Jacksonville Jaguars even as his football team has consistently been projected to bring in millions a year.The Billionaire Playbook: How Sports Owners Use Their Teams to Avoid Millions in Taxes|by Robert Faturechi, Justin Elliott and Ellis Simani|July 8, 2021|ProPublica
Shahid Khan, an automotive tycoon, made use of at least $79 million in losses from a stake in the Jacksonville Jaguars even as his football team has consistently been projected to bring in millions a year.
The resulting 450-page report described the companies as “the kinds of monopolies we last saw in the era of oil barons and railroad tycoons” and recommended that the government take action against them.
Charity and public service is also now requisite for the biggest tycoons.How China Is Cracking Down on Its Once Untouchable Tech Titans|Charlie Campbell / Shanghai|May 20, 2021|Time
Since 2012, real estate developers, crypto currency tycoons and now big-name influencers have relocated to the island to bask in the Caribbean sun and unparalleled tax exemptions.
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Someone who has made a fortune in business, such as Cornelius Vanderbilt.