Articles Written by Mia Bencivenga
Mia Bencivenga is a writer, editor, project-manager, and overall word enthusiast. Prior to her adventures in the literary world, she received her bachelor's degree in Linguistics and a certificate in the Arabic Language and Linguistics from the University of Pittsburgh. On most days you can find her dutifully writing and sipping in a number of Pittsburgh's tea houses. Follow her on Twitter @MiasMiniRants
The Simple Yet Brilliant Way El Chapo Guzman Was Laundering Enormous Sums Of Money Using Gold Bars And FedEx…
The Sinaloa drug cartel (run notoriously intelligent kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman) employed an ingenious money laundering technique. They would take their profits, use them to buy gold and jewelry, and then melt it down and sell it under fake names.
Bill Gates' net worth has increased $15 billion since January. How does the world's richest man keep getting richer, and what will he do with his massive fortune?
How did one man go from working for a custom bath installer to being a millionaire overnight? He used a get-rich-quick scheme… and actually got rich, quick.
Diane Hendricks, the richest self-made female billionaire in America, has been added to Donald Trump's economic advisory team. Who is she, and why could she prove to be so valuable to the Trump campaign?
Rick Astley is making his comeback at 50 with his new album. But what advice does he have for the up-and-coming pop stars?
Pokémon Go has made a staggering $200 million in its first month. But how does it compare with other hit apps?
Embattled former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad wrote an open letter to President Obama, asking for the return of $2 billion to Iran.
The United States flies $400 million over to Iran in the midst of a hostage situation. But is the situation exactly what it appears to be?