Gilbert Arenas Flaunts “Hidden” Child Support Money Just the other day, Gilbert Areas told courts that his $111 million Wizards contract is about to be up, sending his income down to just $169,895 a year — meaning he can no
Gilbert Arenas says he's NOT REALLY struggling financially -- despite what he said in court docs -- claiming he's still extremely loaded and hiding his fortune from his baby mama. We broke the story... Gilbert filed court docs in his family…
The governor-elect of Veracruz has urged the federal government to delay payment of 11 billion pesos requested by the interim governor on the grounds that officials who have previously been FULL STORY The post Don’t give state cash, urges governor-elect appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Will Terence Crawford finally get his shot at Manny Pacquiao? Top Rank promoter Bob Arum is once again considering matching up 140lb titlist Terence Crawford with his cash cow Manny Pacquiao next spring. Arum tells RingTV that is Pacquiao...Show More Summary
HEY, BIG SPENDER: Facebook co-founder drops unprecedented cash to stop Trump. Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz vaulted suddenly and without any advance warning to the top rung of Democratic party mega donors with two unheralded tears through his checkbook in the last six weeks. His money significantly altered the short-term financial position of the pro-Hillary Clinton […]
Foreign investors are rushing to plow cash into the United States bond market, recalling a wave of investment in mortgage-backed securities in the 2000s.
The Pentagon is forcing nearly 10,000 soldiers who were paid juicy cash bonuses to reenlist into the California National Guard to pay the bonuses back, after an audit found they were given out by mistake. The Los Angeles Times spokeShow More Summary
Post by Meredith Gordon. The term "don't spend it all in one place" doesn't seem to apply when you're the biggest social media star in the world. Kim Kardashian is banking some serious cash, but the girl loves to spend it as fast as she rakes it in. Show More Summary
Thanks to an explosion of apps across all walks of consumer and corporate culture, there's a big opportunity for software developers to cash in.
The deal has AT&T agreeing to pay $107.50 per share, half cash and the other half in stock, totaling $85.4 billion.
Maybe it’s just that Johnny Cash’s “Hurt” cover can make anything seem fantastically maudlin and filled with pathos, but mixing the worlds of the X-Men cartoon and the grim world of Logan really shouldn’t work. And yet, it totally does. It so, so does. Read more...
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Economist Tom Lawler sent me the table below of short sales, foreclosures and all cash sales for selected cities in September.On distressed: Total "distressed" share is down year-over-year in most of these markets. Short sales and foreclosures are down in most of these areas.The All Cash Share (last two columns) is mostly declining year-over-year. Show More Summary
High-profile daily fantasy companies DraftKings and FanDuel are dealing with severe cash flow problems and are months behind paying vendors, The New York Times reported on Sunday. According to Joe Drape of the Times, the two companies...Show More Summary
AT&T announced that it will acquire Time Warner in a stock and cash deal valued at $85.4 billion, integrating its vast distribution network, which spans wireless and broadband services and pay TV, with Time Warner’s media assets, which include the major cable networks CNN and HBO and Warner Bros Studios. The transaction, which is subject […]
If AT&T's plan with its acquisition of Time Warner is to try to stuff owned content through its network, there's a lot to play with in DC's stable of iconic characters.
If JPMorgan is going to put up the cash for this deal, they don't want it torpedoed by YouKnowWho.
Major US banking groups Monday announced they would join forces for a new person-to-person mobile payment application to counter services like PayPal's Venmo and Square Cash.
Our smartphones give us the ability to mobilize our social A-Teams for a round of drinks at a moment’s notice. Yet, we still split the tab with tedious personal transactions, persistently at the mercy of our cash. If we can order...Show More Summary
The holidays are less than two months away, and if you don’t yet have enough cash stashed to cover all the upcoming expenses — like hosting family dinners, gifts, and all that extra gas you’ll use driving around town from here to BFE — its time to get crackin’. While I always recommend having a […]