Herbalife's digital media strategy fighting off Bill Ackman's short campaign appears to include comparing the fund manager to Jordan Belfort—a convicted felon who ran a 90s-era boiler room, wrote a best-selling book and had a movie starring...Show More Summary
Let’s be honest, Jordan Belfort or Francis Underwood are not likable fictional characters. Then, why do we still sympathise so much with them when we would normally hate them and show no interest at all in what they do? More »
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It seems crime pays... or "committing crimes, writing about them, having them adapated into a screenplay, and made into an oscar-winning movie" pays. Jordan Belfort, the "Wolf of Wall Street", as Bloomberg reports, expects to make more...Show More Summary
Jordan Belfort, The Wolf of Wall Street, expects to earn more this year than he made at his peak as a stock broker, allowing him to repay all of his victims. “I’ll make this year more than I ever made in my best year as a broker,” Belfort told a conference in Dubai today. Show More Summary
According to Jordan Belfort, a former boiler room operator who did 2.5 years for defrauding all of his Stratton Oakmont clients, 2014 is going to be a big year for convicted criminals who don’t appreciate being called convicted criminals. Show More Summary
Defraud investors of more than $200 million, go to jail for a couple of years, then pocket $100 million as a reformed motivational speaker. That’s the lucrative life trajectory of Jordan Belfort, also known as the Wolf of Wall Street. The one-time stock broker, whose exploits were chronicled in last year’s blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio,…
The real-life "Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort—who is now a motivational speaker—said at a conference in Dubai that he expects to make more than $100 million from his speaking tour this year, Bloomberg News reports. Belfort is the...Show More Summary
Atthispoint,thereprobablyaren’ttoomanypeopleouttherewhothinkJordanBelfortisaswellguy.Thebigquestionis,isitwrongforhimtocontinuetoprofit offalltheillegalthingshedid,orisJordanBelfortcontinuingtolivelarge simplythepricewehavetopayforhimcontinuingtomakeenoughmoneytopayoffallthepeoplehestillowes?
Jordan Belfort is a convicted criminal. He served 22 months in prison for scamming investors out of $200 million and after that, he wrote a book about what he’d done, which Martin Scorsese adapted into a movie, which made Belfort feel cool and first name basis-y with Leonard DiCaprio. Show More Summary
By Illuminati Investments: I recently finished reading the book "You Can Be A Stock Market Genius," and while it suffers from an unfortunate title that makes it sound like it might have been written by Jordan Belfort of "The Wolf OfShow More Summary
Jordan Belfort — AKA: The Wolf Of Wall Street — was on Australia's version of "60 Minutes." During the interview he freaked out and walked off set.
He didn’t start throwing lobsters or hundreds, but Jordan Belfort’s mercurial side reared its ugly head when the convicted flimflam man angrily stormed off of the set of a… READ ON
Jordan Belfort’s net worth may be still in the millions despite being by courts to give back the money he stole form his victims. But exactly how much is the real life wolf of Wall Street worth? In a related report by The Inquisitr, Jordan Belfort has been dodging debt collectors ever since being released
Jordan Belfort — AKA: The Wolf Of Wall Street — was on Australia's version of 60 Minutes. During the interview he freaked out and walked off set. BI Australia reports that he lost it when interviewer Liz Hayes asked about a deal he has...Show More Summary
The Wolf of Wall Street can still howl. Jordan Belfort, the swindling stockbroker portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio in a blockbuster biopic, exploded during a sit-down interview for Australia’s '60 Minutes' before storming off the set.
Jordan Belfort, the crazy rich maniac whom crazy rich maniac Leonardo DiCaprio played in last year's Wolf of Wall Street, does not like being asked if he's participating in unsavory financial behavior on Australian offshoots of American news magazines. Read more...
Jordan Belfort, the real-life Wolf of Wall Street gets irate and flustered while chatting with 60 Minutes Australia about his ongoing issues. “I’ve said enough about this, lets move… READ ON
Grand Cayman Island is a speck of white sand about twice the size of Manhattan floating in the Caribbean Sea halfway between Cuba and Belize. It's known mainly as an offshore tax haven—"Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort spoke to aShow More Summary