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Why it Costs More to Be a Woman
By Farnoosh Torabi, Yahoo! Finance | Financially Fit – Thu, Feb
14, 2013
The state of California found, on average, that women were
paying a markup of about $1,351 that men weren't having to
pay for the same goods and services," she says. "We looked at
women cross the country...and found that on average women
pay $151 billion in extra fees and markups that men don't have
to pay."
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Ex-mayor's $1 billion gambling woes stun San Diego
By ELLIOT SPAGAT | Associated Press – Fri, Feb 15, 2013.

Former mayor gambles away fortune, then starts
stealingChannel_8_SanDiego Videos  2:56Former mayor Maureen
O'Connor entered a deferred prosecution Thursday, acknowledging
she stole millions …

O'Connor, 66, once had a personal fortune that her attorney
estimated between $40 million and $50 million, inherited from her
husband of 17 years, Robert O. Peterson, founder of the Jack
in the Box Inc. fast-food chain. She is now virtually broke, living
with a sister.

She won about $1 billion from 2000 to 2009, according to winnings
that casinos reported to the Internal Revenue Service, but lost even
more. Iredale said her net gambling losses topped $13 million.
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Associated Press/Plinio Lepri, File - FILE - In this Nov. 30, 2004 file photo, Pope John Paul II
gives his blessing to father Marcial Maciel, founder of the Legion of Christ, during a special
audience at the Vatican.

Pope Benedict XVI took over the Legion in 2010 after a Vatican investigation determined that
Maciel had sexually molested seminarians and fathered three children by two women.

Following a decision Thursday Feb. 14, 2013, by the Rhode Island Supreme Court, documents
have been unsealed related to a lawsuit contesting the will of Gabrielle Mee, who left $60
million to the Legion. (AP Photo/Plinio Lepri.
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The World's Youngest Billionaires
By Brian Solomon | Forbes

There are 1,426 billionaires in the world this year. They are the wealthiest of
the wealthy. But only 23 members of this elite list are under 40 years old,
with that exciting combination of money and youth.

Those 23 have a total of $68 billion between them. Eight come from the
technology sector, including four from social networking giant Facebook.
Nine come from the United States, the rest from countries abroad.
Three are newcomers to the billionaire ranks. Read the full list below
(ordered from youngest to oldest).
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