Before Bill Clinton entered the White House in 1992, he earned a salary of $38,167 as Governor of Arkansas. Today he is making millions of dollars a year to give speeches all over the world.Read more: Bill Clinton Has Earned $106 Million Off Speaking Fees Since 2001
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Spectators at the Nürburgring 24 Hour race in Germany last weekend were treated to an unexpected surprise when Aston Martin lapped the vaunted racetrack in an entirely new concept car....via JustLuxe.com
There is a new Jaguar sports car on the prowl...and it is coming to America this month. Luxury car maker Jaguar has launched a social media campaign that invites consumers to experience its F-Type model. The new vehicle is the deluxe automakers first new...via JustLuxe.com
Scotland's glens, hills and islands are pocked with distilleries and while most are hard at work producing whisky, not all of them are active. Once-active distilleries like Banff, Rosebank and Port Ellen are what insiders classify as "silent stills." It's...via JustLuxe.com
With a product portfolio as extensive as it boasts, Mercedes-Benz is constantly rolling out new models everything from coupes and convertibles to crossovers and sport-utility vehicles. But one of its longest-serving model lines has been its flagship lux...via JustLuxe.com
Thanks to a convergence of solid housing recovery data, a better-than-expected jobless claims number, and a foundational backdrop of fundamental evidence for slow growth, not no growth, U.S. investors are less skittish – and rightly so.
Fan fiction, in which aficionados of existing books and movies write characters into new storylines, has long been popular fodder on Internet forums -- but stories based on copyrighted works are essentially impossible to sell. Amazon wants to change that with its new "Kindle Worlds" program.
The real estate industry has ramped up its attack on rules making it harder to borrow, but its challengers face a big obstacle — mortgage restrictions are working exactly the way the government wants them to