The Manipulative, Little Known Billionaire Who Nearly Ruined The Country’s Richest Black Person
The inside story of how Bob Brockman, the secretive billionaire who allegedly masterminded the nation’s biggest tax-evasion scheme, used “Darth Vader” contracts to overcharge auto dealers and financed Robert F. Smith’s private equity empire.
Ever since Ford Motor Company began selling its Model T in 1908, few pieces of technology have been as important to car dealer profit margins as the DocuPad.
Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/christopherhelman/2021/02/05/americas-most-manipulative-billionaire/?sh=5569840556ec
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