In his lifetime, Peanuts creator Charles Schulz personally earned over $1 billion and today his heirs still make $30 million per year. All from a single comic strip!
As of this week, Steve Ballmer is no longer a Microsoft employee. He will now focus all of his energies on running his new tow, The Los Angeles Clippers. But who exactly is this Steve Ballmer guy? Here's everything you need to know…
For the first time in history, every single English Premier League soccer match will be broadcast in the United States by NBC. And when you look at how much NBC paid for the broadcast rights compared to NFL rights, it's pretty hilarious.
Move to the US. Launch a fashion empire. Earn hundreds of millions of dollars. For many years, "Guess?" founder Georges Marciano was the epitome of the American dream. Unfortunately, his dream ended in bankruptcy with Georges on the run as a fugitive.
Kevin Durant is on the verge of signing a revolutionary shoe deal with Under Armour that will pay him SIGNIFICANTLY more money next year than he'll earn on court from the Thunder…
Instead of relaxing at country clubs and fancy resorts like most billionaires, Henry Nicholas built his very own private underground sex dungeon under his mansion where he would host wild, drug-fueled parties full of prostitutes.
There's a rumor floating around that former NBA All-Star Allen Iverson was seen begging for change outside of an Atlanta area mall this weekend. It's not true. I'll explain where this came from…
Today Saudi Arabia is the world's largest oil producer. In 1949, it was a barren desert that had never produced a drop. But that didn't stop Jean Paul Getty from acquiring the majority of the area's oil rights and subsequently becoming the richest person in the world!
Let's say you were somehow lucky enough to have invested $1000 with Warren Buffett back when he started out in 1964… How much money would you have today?
Action Comics #1 from April 1938 featured the very first appearance of a little character by the name of Superman. Today it is considered the most valuable comic book of all time, and one of the very few known copies just went up for auction.
Mark Cuban would not be a billionaire today without making one very simple and extremely risky prediction. This prediction is easily one of the most savvy business decisions ever.
Depending on an upcoming court ruling, the richest person in Oklahoma, Harold Hamm, could absolutely smash the world record for most expensive divorce of all time. $20 billion could be split in half!
Yesterday an anonymous bidder smashed the record for most expensive car ever sold at auction. The prize? A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. The Price? Mind boggling.