San Francisco Examiner owner Philip Anschutz — a billionaire with interests in oil, railroads, real estate, sports franchises and movie theaters — has been ordered to pay $143.8 million after the U.S. Tax court ruled that he owes money on a complicated set of transactions designed to avoid taxes. Bloomberg and the Denver Business Journal have details. Anschutz’s spokesman says he will appeal.
Examiner owner loses $144 million tax ruling
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