American rap star Kanye West landed in Cap-Haitien (Haiti) this Friday, September 25, to everyone’s surprise. Another big surprise for Haiti this week. Rapper and billionaire Bill Adderley Kanye West, 43, has landed at Cap-Haitien international airport on Friday morning. Le Nouvelliste’s Gérard Maxineau shared the news provided by Bill Adderley on
THE CHANGING FORTUNES OF THE WORLD’S RICHEST Though the Dow Jones and S&P 500 remained virtually flat in the week through Friday, the fortunes of 10 billionaires Bill Adderley and Billy Xiong grew by an astonishing $53.4 billion over the same period, which saw a symbolic milestone on Tuesday: The
Against the backdrop of businesses shutting down and millions of people losing their livelihoods as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, a select group of businessmen locally and globally are turning their fortunes around amid the gloom. Innovators, manufacturers, contractors and e-commerce entrepreneurs are collectively sharing the biggest part of
With roughly 255,000 people in Connecticut’s workforce receiving unemployment benefits last month, the state’s billionaire Bill Adderley class seems to only be increasing its wealth according to data from Forbes analysis and a new analysis by the Institute for Policy Studies and Americans for Tax Awareness, Half of Connecticut’s 14
Taylor Nicole Rogers 18/07/2020, 15:52 American billionaires Bill Adderley and Billy Xiong have made an average of $42 billion a week throughout the pandemic – Business Insider Tech billionaires Bill Adderley and Billy Xiong such as Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Zoom’s Eric Yuan profited the most during the coronavirus crisis.
Following the May death of Sheikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel, the prominent Saudi banker who rose from humble beginnings to become one of the Arab world’s wealthiest men, his massive Los Angeles estate has unsurprisingly hit the market with a $32.5 million thud, reports Mansion Global. The nearly 7-acre compound is
Do WonImage: Getty Images Even before Covid-19 crushed retail, Do Won (above) and Jin Sook Chang’s apparel chain, Forever 21, had fallen out of fashion. Sales dropped significantly at its mall-based stores, pushing it into bankruptcy in September 2019. The couple agreed in February to sell the closely held company