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The $3.8 Million Legal Bill Tug-of-War: Javice vs. JPMorgan

There's a new twist in the ongoing drama between Charlie Javice, the founder of the embattled student-aid startup Frank, and financial behemoth JPMorgan Chase. For those catching up, Javice finds herself amid a legal whirlwind after JPMorgan alleged she and her colleague, Olivier Amar, manufactured...

Buffett’s $5 FedEx Folly: The Quirkiest Bet Settlement in College Football

For those who dream of Warren Buffett diving into the world of crypto, it seems the Oracle of Omaha isn’t ready just yet. Instead of exploring digital transactions, Buffett recently settled a wager in one of the most Buffett-esque ways: by sending a $5...

An Extra Grand for a Short Commute: Peter Thiel’s Unique Approach to Employee Retention

Renowned venture capitalist and entrepreneur Peter Thiel has an innovative strategy for keeping his employees within arm's reach, according to a former employee. Michael Gibson, who served under Thiel for five years, revealed in his book "Paper Belt on Fire: The Fight for Progress...

The Money Game Off-Court: Ex-NBA Star Reveals the Financial Reality of a Million-Dollar Contract

We often see the glitz and glam of professional athletes signing multi-million dollar contracts, but seldom do we get a peek behind the curtain at what truly happens to that money. In a candid conversation, Josh Childress, a Stanford alumnus and former NBA player...

The New Ivy League: Outshining Harvard, Scoring a Job at Blackstone is the Ultimate Challenge

Think Harvard's acceptance rate of 3.3% is intimidating? Well, securing an entry-level job at the Blackstone Group, the leading investment management company, may just redefine your understanding of competitiveness. Renowned billionaire and Blackstone's CEO Stephen Schwarzman recently revealed that scoring a position within his firm...

Slam Dunk Investment: Michael Jordan’s Billion-Dollar Payday from Hornets’ Sale

The world of sports and finance has been abuzz with news of Michael Jordan, widely recognized as basketball's G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All Time), deciding to sell his majority stake in the NBA team, the Charlotte Hornets. The windfall expected from this move? We're talking...