World Trade Center Developer Suffers Setback A federal jury decides that World Trade Center leaseholder Larry Silverstein is not entitled to $7 billion in insurance money. In a partial verdict, the jury sides with most of the insurance companies who sued Silverstein, saying he had asked for twice of what he was owed. Andrea Bernstein of member station WNYC reports.
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World Trade Center Developer Suffers Setback

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A federal jury decides that World Trade Center leaseholder Larry Silverstein is not entitled to $7 billion in insurance money. In a partial verdict, the jury sides with most of the insurance companies who sued Silverstein, saying he had asked for twice of what he was owed. Andrea Bernstein of member station WNYC reports.