These days, Amazon’s worth a trillion dollars, is changing communities and basically runs the world of commerce.
But back in 1999, Amazon was still a fledgling bookstore, living off the radical idea that people would somehow be crazy enough to post their credit card information online.
In this pre-2K interview, founder, and the world’s wealthiest man, Jeff Bezos sits down on “60 Minutes” and shares his visions about the “future” of selling books online. (And Big Bezos looks much more like a coder than an action star.)
INTERVIEW: Jim Cramer On Why ETFs Are Bad News For Investors
ETFs have been garnering huge popularity due to its ‘low-cost’ tag. With billionaire investors like Warren Buffett and John Bogle rooting for ETFs’ tax-efficient and investor-friendly benefits, TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says otherwise. Here’s why ETFs could prove to be a bad move for investors.
Millionaire Athletes With Smart (And Frugal) Money Habits
NFL players bag an average income of $1.9M.
Despite popular opinion which highlights increasing bankruptcies among some of the richest athletes, some sports pros like Washington Redskins’ Kirk Cousins live like they’re broke. Cousins opted to live with his parents during the summer and travels around in a dented passenger van he bought from his grandmother for $5000.
VIDEO: How NBA Star Stephen Curry Is Churning Money Off The Court
NBA’s ace athlete, Stephen Curry, is sitting pretty on a net worth that’s over $90M. Apart from playing for the Golden State Warriors, Curry is an investor and entrepreneur, and very recently turned executive producer, with his feature film, “Breakthrough,” slated for release on April 12, 2019.
Here’s how he makes his millions.