Valeria Lukyanova. A Russian model that’s turned herself into a living Barbie Doll. This is a Russian talk show interviewing Valeria Lukyanova and another model that’s turned herself into a Barbie Doll. Unfortunately, it’s all in Russian – or maybe that’s fortunate?
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The billionaire who left an ATM receipt showing he had nearly $100 million in his bank account isn’t hedge funder David Tepper, as was first reported. It’s hedge funder Ron Baron, sources tell The Daily.
The receipt, also showing that $400 had been withdrawn for a fee of $2.75, was left at 10:14 p.m. June 18 in the slot of the ATM machine at the Capital One Bank in East Hampton, N.Y., where the next customer found it and sent a photo of it to Dealbreaker.com.
The website identified the $100 million man as Tepper, even though Tepper, who runs Appaloosa Management, said he hadn’t used an ATM in three years, and hadn’t been in the Hamptons in the month of June.
Tepper — who recently paid $43.5 million for a house in Sagaponack that he promptly demolished to build a mansion twice its size — also told the New York Post, “I would never do something as irresponsible as leaving $100 million in a savings account.” Bank accounts earn hardly any interest, and the FDIC insures a maximum of only $250,000.
Sources say the real ATM user was Ron Baron, of Baron Capital Management, who bought a farm in East Hampton four years ago from Adelaide de Menil for $103 million, a record for residential real estate at the time. Baron’s new 28,000-square-foot house is almost complete — with painting and landscaping costs no doubt requiring a great deal of liquidity.
Baron was not immediately available for comment.
The original post: http://www.thedaily.com/page/2011/07/01/070111-news-baron/