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  • Bakeries
    • La Rosa Bakery
      • No description available
  • Corporations
    • Immobillare
      • European real estate company with properties worth over $6 billion by the 1970's, making it the largest landowner in the world. The Vatican owned a 25 percent interest.
  • Dates
    • November 15, 1979
      • Financial Times publishes article titled "Building an Empire: Corleone Proposal for New Immobiliare".
    • March 24, 1980
      • Chief Accountant Frederick Keinszig is seen leaving the offices of International Immobialiare.
    • March 27, 1980
      • New York Post headline: "John Paul I Outlines Administrative Overhaul - Vatican Bank Being Restructured", International Herald Tribune headline: "New Pope Announces Investigation Into Vatican Bank Affairs".
  • Magazines-News
    • Financial Times
      • Business Magazine
  • Quotes
    • Don Lucchese
      • Don Lucchese: Finance is a gun. Politics is knowing when to pull the trigger.
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • China Bowl
      • No description available

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