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David Einhorn is the latest hedge fund manager to split from a long marriage.
Warren Buffett has most of his money in five companies you've probably heard of.
Investors are warming up to Bank of America, and Brian Moynihan's rolling in the profits.
Time will tell whether the recall will have an impact on the secondary market value of the Venmo – the most expensive road production car in the world.
The group, thought by police to be three in number, used glass cutters and rapel gear to bust into a warehouse in London from 40 feet above the floor.
The cops were tipped off that this monk might have drugs in his car, so they stopped him during a drive through Myanmar's northern Rakhine state next to the Bangladeshi border.
He hasn't been sentenced yet, but he could be facing up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine – clearly, he should have gone into televangelism instead.
Most people aren't crazy about the idea of sinking their money into a cryptocurrency that rollercoasters up and down in value seemingly at random, but sometimes it has its benefits.
A North Carolina Farm Worth Almost Half A Million Dollars Is Being Given To The Winners Of An Essay Contest
Norma Burns, owner of Bluebird Hill Farm in Bennett, North Carolina, has a much less capitalistic approach than the norm in mind for deciding who gets her 13-acre organic farm after she moves to Raleigh: an essay contest.
Birdseye is credited as the inventor of flash-freezing, and in an even broader sense is acknowledged as the father of the entire frozen food industry, which still goes strong even today.
Perrin was recently sentenced to eight years in prison for defrauding a bank of millions, and he did it not through a daring and savvy heist or an impressive confidence scheme, but by forging his then-wife's signature.
Americans will gamble around $4.5 billion on Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. But there's a catch – around 97 percent of that sum will be in illegal bets.
Kiyoshi Kimura shelled out 74.2 million yen for the giant 466-pound Pacific bluefin tuna, which comes to about $632,000 in American dollars.