Do billionaires have any idea how much things like food and cleaning products cost? That's what Ellen DeGeneres wanted to find out when she got billionaire Bill Gates on her show. Find out how far off he gets (above)!
A rotisserie chicken costs about $10, an avocado costs $1, and a dozen organic eggs cost $4. After a few years of regular grocery shopping, individuals acquire a set of knowledgeable skills regarding the prices of staple items. People...Show More Summary
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a game that I admittedly didn’t keep close tabs on before launch. Aside from the occasional news article, my knowledge of it was fairly basic. Without submersing myself in hours of gameplay videos or dozens...Show More Summary
Gizmodo: The State of Kentucky has pulled out of the Interstate Crosscheck System, Gizmodo has learned, making it the eighth state to quit the program so far—even though it cost nothing to participate. A source with direct knowledge of the … Continue reading ?
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A sexual misconduct scandal involving Kevin Spacey cost streaming video service Netflix Inc some $39 million late last year as it stopped projects associated with the actor, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Monday. Netflix said the charge,...
How old are entitlement programs in the United States? Entitlement programs are as old as the Republic, according to John Cogan, former deputy director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and a Hoover Institution senior fellow. Show More Summary
Former Louisville head coach Rick Pitino maintained that he had 'no knowledge' of the recruiting scandal that cost him his job in a televised interview with ESPN's Jay Bilas.
Most of us do not know the basics of economics, although we should. It impacts every one of us every day that we are alive. Yet, for most of us, once we get beyond the law of supply and demand, our knowledge of the subject starts to vaporize. I can’t explain fiscal or monetary policy. […]
Possessed with an insight that recognized the true power of solar as a future tenet of energy, Thierry Lepercq founded Solairedirect in 2006. Armed with the knowledge that the cost of photovoltaic technology would decrease over time,...Show More Summary
Amazon guided to a potential Q3 operating loss of up to $400 million. Somehow, analysts were up at a consensus operating income of $950 million despite the historical knowledge that the company expands retail growth at the costs of profits. Show More Summary
Governor Andrew Cuomo's bridge lighting project is expected to be paid for by the MTA and cost upwards of $200 million dollars, according to several knowledgeable sources not in the governor's office. A spokesperson for Cuomo disputes...Show More Summary
The City of Ottawa in Canada has exercised an option under the current contract with Rideau Transit Group Partnership (RTG) to utilise equipment continuity, knowledge and cost efficiencies.
Not every lateral hire will turn out to be a Jeffrey Wertkin. Akin Gump hired Wertkin away from the U.S. Justice Department because of his trial experience and knowledge about whistleblower cases. He was supposed to be a partner that would boost firm business, especially in the health care......
A Guide to Visual Content for Social Media [Infographic] Visuals are an essential component of any social media strategy. This infographic shares some tips from top experts to provide you with the knowledge and tools to create and amplify visuals on social channels and increase brand visibility. Show More Summary
Organizations are focused on retention. And that’s a good thing. Obviously, turnover is expensive – both in terms of cost and knowledge loss. However, it’s unrealistic to think that turnover won’t exist. So, organizations need to think about what amount of turnover is going to be acceptable. Show More Summary
Harris Poll and NerdWallet surveyed more than 2,000 Americans about their knowledge of bad credit and credit scores. We found widespread misconceptions about credit scores.
This site contains a game that tests your knowledge of tobaccos’ harmful ingredients, health costs, financial costs, side effects, and more.
“A deaf former IBM worker claims he wrongly accepted a lowball discrimination settlement of $200,000 because his lawyer exaggerated his knowledge of sign language and confused the sign for ‘million’ with that for ‘thousand’ while negotiating...Show More Summary
The Internet can serve as a double-edged sword of sorts. It provides valuable information and makes knowledge easily accessible with only a few swift strokes of the keyboard. But whenever massive knowledge becomes readily available with few if any restrictions or fact-checking mechanisms, it’s easy for false and inaccurate information to circulate. Show More Summary
For the first year of our married life together, my husband and I were still living with roommates in a small three-bedroom apartment in San Francisco. The astronomic cost of living in the city and the knowledge that we were planning to move soon meant that we were fine with our living situation. At least we were. Show More Summary