Wilf family owns a complex web of holdings

  • Article by: Mike Kaszuba , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 21, 2013 - 7:10 AM

Vikings owners own stake in 460 separate businesses and are persistent courtroom adversaries.

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cnerlienSep. 20, 1310:18 PM

Surprise, surprise! A web of deception along with accounting anomalies, un-reported wages, rampant nepotism, and discriminatory practices. How do people think this family made so much money? Obviously the Minnesota taxpayer is now in business with a family that cares only for money and protecting their own skin.

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supervon2Sep. 20, 1310:26 PM

Face it. They are rich and you're not.

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vikingsSep. 20, 1310:33 PM

"Behind every great fortune lies a great crime." Attributed to French novelist Honore De Balzac

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vikingsSep. 20, 1310:34 PM

Seems odd that they seek players of "high character"!

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ear2groundSep. 20, 1310:54 PM

Makes us all miss Red MC

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markmary1725Sep. 20, 1311:01 PM

Does it surprise anyone that they gave away a "home" game in the dome for a trip across the Atlantic to play in England? I am wondering how much money the NFL gave them to do that. I'm not impressed!!

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justanother1Sep. 20, 1311:01 PM

I kind of miss the days when the Vikings had 10 owners and I couldn't even name a single one of them.

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bigbear815Sep. 20, 1311:04 PM

Wow! Not real estate developers, a web of complex LLC's? Who would believe it. Real Estate developers are mostly hustlers, horse traders, con-artists, flim-flam men, and bullies. They are generally cash poor and in the pockets of their banker friends. What did W.C. say? There's a sucker born every minute. Look out state of Minnesota you may lose your undies or your pocketbook.

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bigbear815Sep. 20, 1311:08 PM

To get to the point. Real Estate developers live on credit plain and simple. Always looking for the next hustle.

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turgidSep. 20, 1311:13 PM

Turns out he doesn't really own the Vikings either. Although he does have a buying account for Winter Park.

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