It's no secret, making it big in any genre can make you rich -- and it's no different in the Country Music genre. But lately, with a sound that is appealing to younger and younger audiences country has become even more lucrative. But who are the richest country singers? Yeah, there are some new acts making the list, but it should come as no surprise the tip top of the list is comprised of proven a
An entrepreneur with more money than God has decided that he wants to be one of the first men to complete a mission to mars. And while this space crusader with deep pockets may have the cash flow to pull of such an ambitious undertaking, some believe that he may have spread himself too thin by announcing plans to get his journey underway by 2018.
Try not to get too depressed that the Beanie Baby guy is a billionaire — at least he’s using his money for good, rather than evil. Ty Warner recently gave a woman who was trying to raise money for a medical procedure $20,000 for giving him directions.
Spurred on by the recent “Occupy” protests, class conflict has become an increasing part of the public discourse.
This is reflected in a new poll from the Pew Research Center, which finds the percentage of Americans who see conflict between the rich and poor as a problem has jumped significantly over the last two years.
Note to self: if you must counterfeit money, at least dummy-up bills that actually exist.
That’s a memo 53-year-old Michael Anthony Fuller from Lexington, North Carolina apparently missed. Back in November, he walked into a local Walmart, picked up $476 in merchandise, and tried to pay for it with a fake million-dollar bill.
In light of the Occupy Wall Street movement focusing attention on the “one percent” and the debate over raising taxes on the wealthy, Gallup asked 1,012 adults how much money they would need to make a year in order to consider themselves rich.