This Bailout Could Cost Iacocca A BundleDavid Woodruff
Darrien Iacocca thought husband Lee might slow down when he finally quit the top job at Chrysler Corp. in 1992. But alas, a mellow retiree's life of mixed doubles and bridge with the neighbors was not to be: The world's best-paid car salesman just kept right on going, jetting around the globe to pull together a fledgling casino and entertainment empire.
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