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50 Cent takes the stand at Superior Court in Hartford, Conn., Tuesday, testifying in a lawsuit against his home inspector. (AP Photo/Bob Child, pool)
Timothy Geithner can't sell his New York home, so he's renting it out. The Treasury secretary listed his five-bedroom Tudor for $1.6 million, even reduced the price -- but no takers. The house was rented for $7,500 a month two weeks ago.
Carol Joynt, the society blogger-owner of Nathans in Georgetown, signed a book deal with Crown: Her memoir will chronicle her fight to survive after her husband died with a massive tax bill. More good news: After much angst, her landlord signed a new lease for the restaurant, which means it stays put for the time being.
50 Cent says he never would have bought Mike Tyson's mansion if he realized it would cost millions to repair. The rapper, suing an engineering firm, testified in Hartford Superior Court that he bought the 52-room Connecticut house in 2003 for $4 million and expected $500,000 for fixes. He's spent $6 million so far; says half of it was excessive.
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June 3, 2009; 1:02 AM ET
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