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Michael Bloomberg is the 15th wealthiest man in the world. And he's back on the political scene after announcing his entry into the 2020 presidential campaign. Here's a look at he's earned , and used , his incredible wealth.
Pesci reportedly purchased the house back in 1994, and it's the kind of home that his character in Home Along would have dreamed about robbing.
Let's face it, the time is long past due for Bumble founder, Whitney Wolfe, heard to occupy the role of CEO in her own company. Now, with the Blackstone Group taking a majority share in the dating app, she will finally get her due.
Oprah paid a little bit less than Bridges's original asking price, which was at a little under $8 million when the ranch was first listed for sale back in April of this year.
JoeJuan Williams is still a rookie, but he's already learned an important lesson: the value of a smart financial education.
Yachts, private islands, and extremely expensive sports cars are one thing, but sometimes a more inspired impulse strikes at a billionaire's checkbook.
The University Of Utah Will Receive $150 Million Donation From Family Of Late Billionaire Jon Huntsman
With that money, the university recently announced plans to open the Huntsman Mental Health Institute, which will research issues related to mental health.
Schnatter let go of 1.9 million shares in Papa John's per an SEC filing, but he still has 2.9 million shares left, which are currently valued at about $166 million.
Back in 2008 the couple paid $67 million for the castle, but the actual value of the estate has become a contentious issue in their divorce proceedings.
Berkshire Hathaway has amassed the unprecedented "cash pile" despite recently buying back some $700 million worth of its own stock.
Look, we never advocate for dropping out of school – especially as early as high school. That said, for the seven people on this list, dropping out of high school worked out well for them.
Ever wanted to know what it was like when Microsoft went public on March 13, 1986? How much was Bill Gates worth at the end of the day? What was MSFT's market cap?
All the lucky humans in history who have had a net worth greater than $100 billion.
Extreme intelligence and being a skillful investor do not always go hand-in-hand: The inventor of calculus, Isaac Newton, is a perfect example of that.