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Once it's sent to China, cleaned, polished, shaped, and carved into much smaller jewels, statues, and other pieces, its total market value will be all but completely incalculable.
People in the United States throw away about $61.8 million in loose change, presumably by accident.
John Stumpf may have resigned as CEO of Wells Fargo, but he still has a couple of plum backup gigs paying out respectable salaries on the side, totaling almost $650,000.
Stumpf has been replaced as CEO by Timothy J. Sloan, another Wells Fargo insider who'd been with the company for years and was named president in 2015.
Casey Neistat was surprised to find himself upgraded to a lavish first class seat on a recent flight from Dubai to New York, but he chronicled the whole trip for his YouTube channel.
Michael Goguen, former executive for Silicon Valley venture capital firm Sequoia, is in the middle of a high-stakes legal battle with exotic dancer Amber Laurel Baptiste.
Ever wanted to buy a picnic basket-shaped building? Apparently no one else has wanted to either.
The penny is a coin that almost no one in the general public has any use for, and that according to publicly available figures, costs almost twice its own value as currency per coin to make.
One piece of evidence against Lawrence is a jar of Vaseline, which prosecutors claim he used to lubricate the pucks for insertion.
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For the first time in over a hundred years, the private 63-acre island estate on Long Island Sound known as "Great Island" is up for sale.
Unfortunately for Reynolds, he has more to worry about than just his own personal finances – he's also in the midst of a reelection campaign.
An apartment belonging to the acting head of the country's national anti-corruption agency was raided and found to have $122 million in cash inside.
The anonymous, winning family's $487 million Powerball jackpot qualifies as the eighth-biggest jackpot in U.S.history.