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3 November 2012 Ed Miliband likes to boast that he is on the side of struggling families while David Cameron's Conservatives are the party of millionaires'. But the Labour leader was embarrassed last night after it emerged that one of his most
Investors hoping to ride the coattails of activist shareholder Bill Ackman, who is agitating for change at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., may want to think twice. Even within the private equity community, the outcome of New York-based Pershing Square
Tycoon Andrew Rosenfeld, who has made an estimated 100million from property investments, registered his international network of businesses in the British Virgin Islands using a trust company that boasts that it makes full use of the legal and tax
Ed Miliband's controversial new backer made an astonishing 21million profit by selling his house in a tax haven to the daughter of a dictator reviled for boiling his political opponents to death. Property tycoon Andrew Rosenfeld pocketed 30million
The 72 million American baby boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, are turning 65 at the rate of roughly 10,000 a day, and many are considering not just how to age (with or without annuities? soy sauce? crow's feet?), but also where...Rosenfeld, a
on 6th November 2011 Backer: Andrew Rosenfeld has a key role in Labour fund-raising Ed Miliband's controversial new multi-millionaire backer made a series of attempts to perform a similar role for the Tories over a ten-year period, it has emerged.
on 29th October 2011 Expensive purchase: Andrew Rosenfeld has bought a 8.5m house in London using cash He has pandered to the Left of his party by attacking capitalist predators' and condemning David Cameron's team for being out of touch'.
Labour's 1m boost from property tycoon in cash for honours row Last updated at 2:15 AM on 18th July 2011 Pledge: Andrew Rosenfeld is giving 1m to the Labour party to help it win back marginal seats A property tycoon who became embroiled in the cash-
April 8, 2011 Why is this Haggadah different this Passover from all other Passovers? Richard Perry/The New York Times At a supermarket in Paramus, N.J., the revised Haggadah is available, with no purchase required. Richard Perry/The New York Times
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