For the longest and possibly most expensive enforcement case to result from the savings and loan crisis of the ’80s, Houston businessman Charles Hurwitz is the perfect government target for the ’90s.
Environmentalists claim Hurwitz, the chief executive officer of MAXXAM Inc., which owns logging company Pacific Lumber Co., pillages forests.
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