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What $236 million buys: The Bear Stearns buyout

Value judgment: Bear Stearns vs. the most expensive home in Los Angeles More valuable: Bear Stearns, valued Sunday at $236 million The 1920s-era Beverly Hills mansion of William Randolph Hearst and his mistress Marion Davies was put up for sale in July 2007 at $165 million, making it the most expensive residential listing available in the United States. The home features 29 bedrooms and three swimming pools.
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