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One of the biggest media industry donors to Republicans -- Jerry Perenchio -- has yet to give to Trump, according to the most recent available figures.
The rogue's gallery includes Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room chateau used in the original The Beverly Hillbillies (estimated usage: 6.1 to 12.3 million gallons per year); Gary Winnick, an investment banker whose 64-room "Bellagio House" uses up ...

The rogue's gallery includes Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room chateau used in the original The Beverly Hillbillies (estimated usage: 6.1 to 12.3 million gallons per year); Gary Winnick, an investment banker whose 64-room "Bellagio House" uses up ...
The rogue's gallery includes Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room chateau used in the original The Beverly Hillbillies (estimated usage: 6.1 to 12.3 million gallons per year); Gary Winnick, an investment banker whose 64-room "Bellagio House" uses up ...
The rogue's gallery includes Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room chateau used in the original The Beverly Hillbillies (estimated usage: 6.1 to 12.3 million gallons per year); Gary Winnick, an investment banker whose 64-room "Bellagio House" uses up ...
The rogue's gallery includes Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room chateau used in the original The Beverly Hillbillies (estimated usage: 6.1 to 12.3 million gallons per year); Gary Winnick, an investment banker whose 64-room "Bellagio House" uses up ...

The list included former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio and his 42-room chateau featured on "The Beverly Hillbillies", movie producer and part-owner of the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Dodgers Peter Guber and Walmart heiress Nancy Walton ...
Former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room French-style chateau from TV's "The Beverly Hillbillies.
Perenchio, founder of Univision and a presenter of Blade Runner, owns Kirkeby Mansion, aka The Beverly Hillbillies Mansion because it served as the exteriors for the show.
billionaire and former Univision chairman A. Jerrold Perenchio led the list, at 6.1 million gallons a year, give or take.
It earned the number 3 spot CIR's list, behind Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio (1) and entrepreneur Garry Winnick (2), whose estates swallow up 6.1 million and 4.6 gallons of water a year, respectively.
Former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room French-style chateau from TV's "The Beverly Hillbillies.
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
... blocking out the world," Gates writes. "But I hope you'll find that they're an amazing tool to draw you closer to other people.
The rogue's gallery includes Jerrold Perenchio, owner of the 42-room chateau used in the original The Beverly Hillbillies (estimated usage: 6.1 to 12.3 million gallons per year); Gary Winnick, an investment banker whose 64-room "Bellagio House" uses up ...
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...

The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
The worst offenders are former Univision CEO Jerrold Perenchio who owns a 42-room mansion on Nimes Road that was the set for the Beverly Hillbillies television show; Gary Winick, owner of a 28,000-square-foot mansion that abuts the Bel Air Country Club ...
This is Fusion, an English-language digital-cable combination launched in partnership with ABC/Disney, that was supposed to be a bridge from Univision's $3 billion a year Spanish-language audience to a richer, younger, bilingual world. ... That line ...
That line goes back to 2007, when under-the-radar investor and mogul Jerry Perenchio, by some estimates the richest man in Hollywood and by general agreement among the most savvy, sold Univision to a group of private equity investors led by Haim ...
That line goes back to 2007, when under-the-radar investor and mogul Jerry Perenchio, by some estimates the richest man in Hollywood and by general agreement among the most savvy, sold Univision to a group of private equity investors led by Haim ...
... of whom have donated more than $50,000 to the campaign, are a handful of individuals, including former Los Angeles Mayor Richard J. Riordan, Orange County businessman Henry T. Nicholas III, and A. Jerrold Perenchio, the former CEO of Univision.
The coincidental split-screen moment highlighted the herculean task before Trump with now less than 100 days to go in the general election: Desperate for cash, Trump is largely charting his own course, snubbed by traditional Republican donors with the ...
The buyer is Jerry Perenchio, a billionaire businessman and former chairman of Univision. Sitting on 1.29 acres of grounds, the estate was purchased by a group of friends for the Reagans in late 1986, about two years before the end of his second term ...
Kansas City, Kan. - The fatal shooting of a Kansas City, Kansas, police officer was not part of a planned ambush, but the work of "another criminal" trying to evade arrest, authorities said Wednesday.
Kansas City, Kan. - The fatal shooting of a Kansas City, Kansas, police officer was not part of a planned ambush, but the work of "another criminal" trying to evade arrest, authorities said Wednesday.
The 1.29-acre Bel Air, Calif., estate was bought by Jerry Perenchio, the billionaire former chairman of Univision and a major Republican donor. The house was deeded over to the former president and his wife, Nancy Reagan, in 1989, three years after a ...
The Bel-Air, Calif., home of the Ronald and Nancy Reagan was sold for $15 million to Jerry Perenchio, the former chairman of the Spanish-language Univision television network. The Los Angeles Times obtained records of the sale, which was an off-market ...
The Los Angeles home of former US president Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy has been sold to billionaire businessman Jerry Perenchio. The former Univision chairman bought the Bel-Air property in a $US15 million ($19,657,436) off-market deal, according ...
The longtime Bel-Air home of former president Ronald Reagan and and his wife, Nancy, has sold for $15 million in an off-market deal.
Presidential home: The former chairman of Univision, Jerry Perenchio, paid $15 million for the longtime Bel-Air home of Ronald and Nancy Reagan.
1: "The only recent governor who obtained more favorable job marks than Brown is now receiving during his sixth year in office was Republican George Deukmejian." Link to full Field Poll: ... http://bit.ly/29wnupw. -- "Ronald and Nancy Reagan's Bel-Air ...
Ronald and Nancy Reagan's Bel-Air home sells to billionaire Jerry Perenchio for $15 million · Montecito estate of late Philadelphia Flyers founder Ed Snider asks $52 million · 'Riverdale' writer buys L.A.
ROGER STONE on Pence's style: "an abomination" -- Before he was a leading contender for the vice presidency, he was a congressman from central Indiana and a member of the House Republican leadership. He gained a ..... DESSERT -- "Ronald and Nancy ...
Here's some Reaganomics for you: billionaire media mogul Jerry Perenchio recently bought the longtime Bel Air home of Ronald and Nancy Reagan for $15 million - six times more expensive than its price tag in 1986, when a group of friends purchased it ...
The longtime Bel-Air home of former president Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, has sold for $15 million in an off-market deal. The buyer is Jerry Perenchio, the billionaire businessman and former chairman of Univision, according to records obtained ...
Three years later, the first and only possible development agreement meeting Measure N's threshold went before Malibu voters. They rejected an agreement between the city and billionaire multi-property owner Jerry Perenchio that would have deed ...
Kasich's regular campaign committee took in about 30 maximum contributions of $2,700 before hedropped out, including donations from billionaire publishing scion Robert Ziff of New York City;billionaire former Univision Chairman Jerry Perenchio of Los ...
... $2,700 before he dropped out, including donations from billionaire publishing scion Robert Ziff of New York City; billionaire former Univision Chairman Jerry Perenchio of Los Angeles; Stephen Duprey of Concord, a Republican National Committee ...
The 14 honorary pallbearers are Ali's brother Rahaman Ali; former Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown Jr.; Victor Bender; Howard Bingham; George Chuvalo; Ronald DiNicola; George Foreman; Larry Holmes; Gene Kilroy; Jerry Perenchio; Michael Phenner; former ...
Last month, as artnet News reported, the museum raised an additional $75 million for the project including a $50 million donation from board member Elaine Wynn and another $25 million from Los Angeles billionaire collector A. Jerrold Perenchio. LACMA ...
MON$TER ART GIFT: billionaire art collector Elaine Wynn, currently embroiled in a shareholder fight with ex-husband Steve Wynn, has made a $50 million donation to Los Angeles County Museum of Art for its fundraising efforts toward a $600 million ...
MON$TER ART GIFT: billionaire art collector Elaine Wynn, currently embroiled in a shareholder fight with ex-husband Steve Wynn, has made a $50 million donation to Los Angeles County Museum of Art for its fundraising efforts toward a $600 million ...
The LA TimesArt collector Elaine Wynn and Univision's former chair A. Jerrold Perenchio have promised the Los Angeles County Museum of Art donations that total $75 million, David Ng of the LA Times reports.
The former Univision chairman A. Jerrold Perenchio also has promised to donate $25 million. With these donations combined, LACMA's new project has met a initial financial goal to finish the project.


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