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Collin Morikawa Just Accomplished Something No Other Golfer Ever Has
Collin Morikawa isn't even 25 years old yet, but he's already making history across golf. Here's his latest accomplishment.
How Did The U.S. Come To Control Guantanamo Bay, Cuba In The First Place?
Imagine how unfathomable it would be if America owned a 50 square mile of North Korea right now. That's essentially what we have had in Cuba for decades. How did this come to exist?
Conor McGregor May Have Lost A Foot At UFC 264, But Thanks To His PPV Bonus… He Gained A Fortune
UFC 264 was a good news/bad news event for Conor McGregor. The bad news? He lost a foot. The good news? He can definitely afford the hospital bill.
Matt Damon Explains How It Feels To Lose Out On "More Money Than Any Actor In History"
Matt Damon discusses the anguish he feels after turning down what would have become a $250 million payday.
100 Year Old Montecito Mansion Hits The Market For $74 Million
A 100-year-old mansion located in the wealthy community of Montecito has just hit the market for $74 million. The estate is fresh off a 15-year renovation. If the property sells for even close to its asking price it will be the most expensive sale in history in the Santa Barbara area.
100 Years Ago This Lesser-Known Railroad Tycoon Was One Of The Richest People In The World
Arthur Curtiss James was a prolific railroad tycoon – he owned roughly 40,000 miles of railroad track – about one-seventh of the entire railroad network in the United States when he died in 1941. He was one of the richest Americans in the 1920s and 1930s with a net worth of $60 million, which is equivalent to nearly $1 billion today.
Sorry Kanye! Robert F. Smith Is Back On Top As The Richest Black Person In America
Sorry Kanye! Your reign as the richest black person in America has come to an end… for now. Robert F. Smith has re-taken the crown!
When The Titanic Sank, 20-Year-Old Vincent Astor Became One Of The Richest Men In The World
When the Titanic sunk and claimed his father's life, everything in Vincent Astor's life changed. He went from being an undergraduate at Harvard to the richest man in the world
How Pete Alonso Has Doubled His Career Earnings In About 20 Minutes Of Work
Pete Alonso had himself another monster Home Run Derby to win a second straight title — and he earned a massive bonus in the process.
Launch Cryptocurrency. Steal Billions. Go Into Hiding… The Story of Ruja Ignatova and Onecoin
A few months ago Ruja Ignatova was sitting on an alleged $15 billion stolen fortune. Today the value would be around $7.5 billion. This is the story of Onecoin, allegedly one of the biggest scams in crypto history…
Chinese Government Orders Billionaire To Lie Low After He Published Controversial Poem
Things are weird over in China. One billionaire, Wang Xing has been warned by the government that he better lay low after he posted a poem that sent the stock market into a frenzy and sparked a social media firestorm.
How Floyd Mayweather Turned A $750,000 Bet On Himself Into More Than $1 Billion
Back in 2006, Floyd Mayweather made a very risky $750,000 bet on himself. That wager would eventually earn him over a billion dollars…
These Three Heiresses Inherited Billion-Dollar Fortunes When They Were Still Children
Some children of billionaires never inherit their family fortunes. These three heiresses inherited billions when they were still young children.
In 1998 This Stanford Professor Gave Two Students $100k To Launch A Little Company Called… Google. He's Now The Richest College Professor Of All Time
In 1998, two Stanford grad students convinced their professor to invest $100,000 in their search engine startup company. That startup's name? Google.
A $150 Million Donation From David Geffen Allows Yale School of Drama To Go "Tuition Free"
In recognition of David Geffen's $150 million contribution, the now tuition-free school is being renamed the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale.