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Michael Jordan And Juanita Vanoy's 2006 Divorce Settlement Was One Of The Biggest Ever At That Point
Juanita Vanoy ended up with a $168 million settlement (one of the biggest ever at the time), while Michael Jordan was also on the hook for more then $2 million in legal fees.
A pair of Air Jordan 1s MJ wore during his 1984-85 rookie season and signed by Jordan have sold at a Sotheby's auction for the price of $560,000, making them the most expensive pair of sneakers of all time.
As if the stock grants weren't enough, the filings also disclose a bump in salary along with Pichai's increased responsibilities as CEO, from $650,000 to $2 million.
A source reportedly close to the XFL says that COVID-19 cost the XFL "tens of millions in revenue" thanks to half of the regular season and all of the post-season being canceled.
The organizers of the Wimbledon tennis championships are going to see a massive payday as a result of the 2020 tournament's cancellation due to the coronavirus pandemic, to the tune of $141 million.
Senator Kelly Loeffler Discloses More Stock Trades During Early Stages Of Pandemic, Denies Wrongdoing
Loeffler continues to deny any wrongdoing in the matter, and claims that she and her husband are both disconnected from the day-to-day trades in their stock portfolio.
Senators Richard Burr, Kelly Loeffler, Jim Inhofe, and Dianne Feinstein are all being investigating over insider trading allegations after they and/or their spouses made suspicious stock market transactions.
Kelly Loeffler – The Wealthiest Person In Congress – Sold Millions In Stock Ahead Of The Market Crashing
Loeffler is one of a group of senators, among them Senator Richard Burr, accused of dumping millions worth of stock in advance of the stock market crash on March 9th.
Burr's sale of stock has attracted intense scrutiny due to the industries of the companies in question he chose to sell his shares in, which include those that have been hit hardest by the current circumstances.
Major League Baseball, Players Association, Pledge $1 Million Towards Hunger Relief Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
The donation will be split 50/50 between Meals On Wheels and Feeding America, with each organization receiving $500,000 to continue their important work in the face of this crisis.
Yang is continuing the research into UBI through his recently established non-profit organization, which is going to give away half a million dollars to study the effects that UBI could have on people's lives.
The sale is far from final, but Wanda is said to be holding talks with a few different private equity firms with an interest in purchasing the rights to Ironman.
The general public is privy to at least one fact in the Epstein case: Epstein's net worth at the time of his death was $634 million, some $57 million more than the previously reported figure.
When Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Sold His Stake In The Company Last Year, He Missed Out On Some $1.2 Billion
Travis Kalanick's shares in the rideshare app company would have been worth an additional $1.2 billion to him, if he'd held on to them just a few months longer.
Ambani says in court that his "net worth is zero after taking into account my liabilities. In summary, I do not hold any meaningful assets which can be liquidated for the purposes of these proceedings."