Articles Written by Paula Wilson
Paula Wilson is a writer, director, production manager, and former professional dancer, originally from North America, who has worked as a performer or director in ten countries and sixteen states. When not writing for CNW, she serves as the Artistic Director of The International Partner Dance Intensive (www.tipdi.com). Follow her on Google+.
RIP "Grumpy Cat" :( You Wont Believe How Much Money This Feline Internet Celeb Generated During Her Life
We are so sad to hear about the passing of "Grumpy Cat". You will be missed… by your owners especially.
Bob Hope's long lasting popularity earned him millions of fans and millions of dollars, but how much was he worth at the end of it all?
Step inside the world of Mansa Musa–the richest and most powerful human being who ever lived.
How Paul Newman Accidentally Launched A $400 Million Charity Empire With A Bottle Of Homemade Salad Dressing
Paul Newman took a bottle of salad dressing and launched one of the most successful charitable organizations in the world. $400 million later, Newman's Own is saving the world one food product at a time.
Think Billionaires Are Weird Today? No Billionaire Will Ever Top Howard Hughes In The Weird Department
Howard Hughes was so wealthy he could do just about anything. This included buying an entire casino so he could turn off their flashing neon sign.
While Most Of Us Zone Out To Reality TV, Dutch Entrepreneur John de Mol Is Behind The Scenes Making BILLIONS
John de Mol is the third richest person in the Netherlands. How'd he make his billions? Finance? Tech IPO? Nope and nope. John de Mol earned his fortune from reality TV.
It's hard to believe, but Berry Gordy is a high school drop-out who wanted to be a boxing star. He ended up changing American music forever and earning hundreds of millions of dollars along the way.
If You Want To Make A Ton Of Money, Write A Beloved Children's Book. This Is The Story Of One Very Lucrative Caterpillar…
Eric Carle took a love of a nature and an understanding of childhood fear, and turned it into an enormously lucrative children's book phenomenon.