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Salaries within the world of motorsports tend to be more secretive than in other sports, but according to recent estimates these are among the highest-earning active race car (and motorcycle!) drivers in the game.
Those millions have come mostly from book deals and paid speaking engagements, some of which have Biden commanding fees as high as $200,000 per speech.
If Psyche 16 is indeed worth $700 quintillion, bringing it all to Earth could cause the entire global economy, now worth a mere $75.5 trillion, to totally collapse.
MacKenzie is getting a four percent stake in the company her ex-husband started, a stake that was most recently reported to be worth some $38 billion.
Michael Douglas Lists His Majorca, Spain Property For More Than $32M, And Narrates The Marketing Video Himself
Douglas bought the property, made up of two villas and five apartments, with a total of ten bedrooms and ten baths altogether, way back in 1989 with then-wife Diandra Luker.
While her call to outlaw private jets may be taken with some degree of tongue in cheek, Disney has also called for more serious policy changes regarding the taxation of the ultra-wealthy.
In an acquisition that will bring an end to the auction house's 31-year stint on the New York Stock Exchange, Patrick Drahi made a deal to purchase Sotheby's for $3.7 billion.
Pea Island and Columbia Island are just 0.2 nautical miles apart from one another, dotting New Rochelle's Long Island Sound.
Gilmour's "Black Strat" is the 1969 black Fender Stratocaster he played on such legendary recordings as The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, and The Wall.
The Estates Of Tom Petty, Tupac, And Other Artists Are Suing Universal Over Recordings Lost In Warehouse Fire
Together, the artists are seeking $100 million in damages for both the lost recordings and for what they say were Universal's efforts to conceal the extend of the damage from the fire.