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Sotheby's says that's the most anyone has ever paid at auction for a painting not just by Monet, but by anyone considered to be part of the Impressionist school.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi Will Get A $100M Bonus If He Can Convince Investors Uber Is Worth $120B Or More
Recent regulatory filings by Uber reveal that Khosrowshahi will receive the bonus if Uber's valuation hits $120 billion and stays there for at least 90 days.
For the first time in the history of the league, every Major League Baseball team is now worth at least $1 billion.
Spoiler alert: In the vast majority of cases, those fines don't go back to consumers or even to the agency that collected the fine.
Franco says he "pretty much felt lucky" the day he bought the winning Powerball ticket, one out of $10 worth he bought at a Speedway convenience store.
Bah was arrested at 4 AM in his home despite the fact that the photo of the suspect included in the police's arrest warrant was plainly of a different person.
These are the individuals and investment entities that will see the biggest return when Uber goes public later this year.
The company's shares haven't been priced yet, but some Slack shareholders have been authorized to sell some of their own shares privately.
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."