We all know ESPN rules the world of sports programming. With a portfolio that includes Monday Night Football, NBA, MLB, College football/basketball, and its flagship program “SportsCenter,” the Bristol, Conn. network must make the most of its money off of advertising fees, right? Wrong. Advertising accompanies just 1/3 of a really large revenue pie that will only continue to get … Read more
If the world were a village of 100 people, what would its composition be? Sometimes we can get caught up in what is directly around us, seeing only what is within our own immediate reach. Sometimes, however, we need to take a step back to see that the world is far different then we think. This … Read more
The late British philosopher Alan Watts poses the question: “What if money were no object?” Interesting stuff to think about.
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Are you a Breaking Bad Fanatic? If so, you know Walter White – the Science teacher gone Meth producer – has raked in quite a bit of dough through his endeavors. But after all the medical fees, laundering expenses, family expenditures, and more, how much money does he have left? http://tiny99.com/687368
By Morrie Conway Peter Thiel, the founder of PayPal, has invested $1.25 million of his multi-billion dollar fortune into an organization that aspires to create a floating city off the coast of San Francisco. Thiel was inspired so much by Ayn Rand’s classic novel “Atlas Shrugged” that he is hoping to create a new country … Read more