This Week On The Hafts...Mark Lewyn
Ronald Haft has settled back for the ride in the deep leather seat of his black sedan. He has given instructions to his trusty chauffeur, Fairchild, and is talking briskly about the recent bewildering history of the Haft clan. Over the past year, his family has been blown to smithereens in a public feud that has become more ugly with each passing day. And the boyish-looking 34-year-old--having helped his father oust his brother and mother--has emerged from the bitter power struggle as president and largest shareholder of both the Dart Group Corp.--the Hafts' $1.2 billion retail empire--and the family's real estate holdings.
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