Wealth

Elizabeth Holmes, founder and former CEO of Theranos, arrives for motion hearing on Monday, November 4, 2019, at the U.S. District Court House inside Robert F. Peckham Federal Building in San Jose, California. Yichuan Cao | NurPhoto | Getty Images Elizabeth Holmes’ attorneys strongly pushed back against the government’s attempts to detail her extravagant lifestyle
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According to Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder and CEO of Bumble, anyone can successfully start a side hustle and turn it into a thriving business. “You can monetize anything,” Wolfe Herd, who built Bumble into a business now worth over $7 billion, told CNBC Make It in 2019. To start, “figure out what you’re passionate about,” she
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Self-made billionaire Mark Cuban says new innovations and companies will come out of the pandemic, creating an “America 2.0,” as he calls it. “At the beginning of the pandemic, as awful as it’s been, I talked about companies that we’re going to look back [on] in 10 or 15 years that were created” during this
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Dr. Anthony Fauci and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates talk regularly these days, and as you would imagine, they mostly talk about ending the pandemic. More specifically, right now, “we’re talking a lot about these variants and what that will do,” Gates, whose Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has committed $1.75 billion to the fight against Covid-19, told
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Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder and CEO of Bumble, has built a business worth over $7 billion in seven years. In its initial public offering, Bumble raised $2.2 billion from investors. Bumble is also one of the three female-founded companies to go public in the past year and has made Wolfe Herd a billionaire at 31. So
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Although investor Kevin O’Leary says bitcoin is a “giant nothing-burger” and has compared it to gambling, he owns some, along with a few other cryptocurrencies. “I have a crypto wallet,” says O’Leary, which he created on Coinbase in 2017. At the time, “I was lecturing at Harvard Business School, and the students challenged me to
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Self-made billionaire Mark Cuban, investor on ABC’s “Shark Tank” and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, often attributes his success to his commitment to life-long learning. But “the most underrated thing” about Cuban is a skill he honed working at a bar in college, Cuban’s former statistics professor at Indiana University, Wayne Winston, reportedly told podcast
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