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March 29, 1999 | From Associated Press
What would Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop think? She left an estate now estimated at $10 billion, one of the world's richest trusts. Its sole purpose: to educate children of native Hawaiian ancestry. But for the last two years, the trustees of the Bishop estate have been embroiled in a public tangle of boardroom intrigue, questionable investments, IRS audits and allegations of criminal acts.
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March 29, 1999 | From Associated Press
What would Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop think? She left an estate now estimated at $10 billion, one of the world's richest trusts. Its sole purpose: to educate children of native Hawaiian ancestry. But for the last two years, the trustees of the Bishop estate have been embroiled in a public tangle of boardroom intrigue, questionable investments, IRS audits and allegations of criminal acts.
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