Jerry York turned 70 in July, an age when many men gear down and fetch their fishing poles. But that’s not York’s style. He continues to travel the country on business in his own private jet from his rural Michigan base, sits on three corporate boards, runs his own private-investment firm and serves as a consultant and advisor to the high and mighty. The highest of the mighty is Las Vegas billionaire Kirk Kerkorian, whose wholly owned Tracinda Corp., headquartered in Beverly Hills, CA, ...
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