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Altogether, Uber's top five executives made a total of $143 million in 2018, made up mostly of various awards of company stock.
Pinterest is looking for a valuation of $9 billion for when it goes public, and is planning to sell off about 75 million shares at somewhere between $15 and $17 each.
A UN report estimates that IS has anywhere from $50 million to $300 million, with much of it in "bulk-stored cash" in various locations throughout territory it used to control.
An extremely protracted and contentious high-stakes split between an unidentified wealthy Australian couple has finally drawn to a close.
The "Want The World" package at the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas gives travelers an all-inclusive four-day weekend experiencing the very best the hotel has to offer.
The people behind the scheme are said to have discussed their plans in private emails, vowing to "take the money and run and blame someone else for this."
$77 Million Worth Of Cocaine Seized By US Authorities In Port Of New York/Newark's Biggest Bust In 25 Years
The roughly 3,200 pounds of cocaine is the biggest bust at this port since 1994, and authorities place the street value at around $77 million.
Befitting its origins as a tribute to all 110 years of the Bugatti brand, La Voiture Noire has tons of references to that long history embedded in its design.
There's Been A Surge Of $100 Bills In Circulation And Some Speculate It's Linked To Worldwide Corruption
Since the 2007/2008 financial crisis, the number of $100 bills in circulation has doubled, with some 12 billion of them currently in circulation.
Sandmann's defamation suit against The Washington Post is for $250 million in damages – the same amount Jeff Bezos paid for the newspaper, back in 2013.
The $6 million splurge was that old standby for the newly-rich: A private plane. And Herjavec remembers the plane a little differently than he felt about it at the time.
The $14 billion figure is merely an estimate by the government, and often, such estimates don't take into account things like operating expenses.
Reports have come out that the QuadrigaCX firm has lost another $350,000 in bitcoins by accidentally transferring them into cold storage.
Interestingly enough, this is not actually the first time that the home on 3 Indian Creek Island Road has broken this record.
Jennifer Robertson has filed a sworn affidavit claiming that it cannot pay some $190 million to its clients, due to the fact that her husband has died.