Circling The Remains Of The Hunt FortuneWendy Zellner
His fortune all but gone and creditors picking over what's left, William Herbert Hunt recently was asked how history would remember him. "It's not over yet," he replied. The ex-billionaire and son of legendary oilman H. L. Hunt was right about that.
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