It may not be 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., but the presidential candidates reside in some pretty nice digs. Here's a look at where they live -- at least, for now.
Certain 2012 candidates are worth hundreds of millions, others far less.
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According to Mitt Romney, the nation's growing focus on income inequality is all about envy.
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A $2 million budget can mean a sprawling mansion or a one-bedroom apartment.
Of the 200 top paid CEOs in America, just 13 are women. Yahoo's Marissa Mayer is no. 1 on the list. Guess it pays to lean in.
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