That fateful summer’s day, Rebekah Brooks was at a fertility clinic in London with her cousin, who was to be a surrogate mother for the News Corp. executive after several failed attempts to have a child.
Peter Saunders had to stretch his resources to buy a house this year in Prime Minister David Cameron’s constituency town of Witney, where values have risen at twice the U.K. average over the last three months.
Malaysian airline entrepreneur Tony Fernandes says he has two adopted homes. There’s London, where he owns the Queens Park Rangers soccer club and the Caterham Formula One auto-racing team based in nearby Oxfordshire. And there’s Jakarta, a thriving, congested Southeast Asian megacity in the world’s fourth-most-populous nation.