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The Millionaire Beach Club

The Millionaire Beach Club
Author : David Galindo Rivera
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2020-05-13
Category : True Crime
Total pages :44
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Does the Millionaire Beach Club exist all over the world? Maybe so. This is a five-day story about one of them.

Everybody Ought to Be Rich

Everybody Ought to Be Rich
Author : David Farber
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2013-04-18
Category : History
Total pages :400
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Today, consumer credit, employee stock options, and citizen investment in the stock market are taken for granted--fundamental facts of American economic life. But few people realize that they were first widely promoted by John Jakob Raskob (1879-1950), the innovative financier and self-made businessman who built the Empire State building, made millions for DuPont and General Motors, and helped shape the contours of modern capitalism. David Farber's Everybody Ought to Be Rich is the first biography of Raskob, a man who shunned the limelight (he was the anti-Trump of his time) but whose impact on free market enterprise can hardly be overstated. A colorful figure, Raskob's life evokes the roaring twenties, the Catholic elite, the boardrooms of America's biggest corporations, and the rags-to-riches tale that is central to the American dream. Farber follows Raskob's remarkable trajectory from a teenage candy seller on the railway between Lockport and Buffalo to the pinnacles of wealth and power. With no formal education but possessed of a boundless energy and an unshakeable faith in individual initiative (his motto was "Go ahead and do something!"), Raskob partnered with great industrialists and financiers, buying up companies, leveraging investments, reorganizing corporations, funneling money into the political system, and creating new pools of credit for rich investors and middle class consumers alike--practices commonplace today but revolutionary at the time. His most famous innovation was mass consumer credit, which he offered to individual car buyers, enabling working and middle-class Americans to purchase GM's more expensive cars. Raskob desperately wanted to bridge class divides and to share the wealth American corporations were fast creating--so that everyone could be rich. Chronicling Raskob's short-comings as well as his successes, Everybody Ought to Be Rich illuminates a crucial but little-known figure in American capitalism whose influence can still be felt today.

Compassion Inc.

Compassion Inc.
Author : Gaurav Sinha
Publisher : Random House
Release Date : 2018-08-23
Category : Business & Economics
Total pages :224
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Be inspired to transform your business to change the world. Do you ever wonder how successful businesses can be used as a force for good? Do you sometimes feel conflicted by the principles of capitalism? Do you wish to change the world around you whilst doing what you love? In this book, Gaurav Sinha, world-class businessman and entrepreneur, founder of Insignia in 2003, outlines the economics of empathy for life and for business. He offers actionable solutions to maintaining a successful trade in a changing global landscape where conscience, ethics, and authenticity are high on the agenda. The world is changing, perceptions are shifting, consumers are evolving, and this book will ensure your business keeps up.

The American Magazine

The American Magazine
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1914
Category :
Total pages :129
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American Magazine

American Magazine
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1914
Category :
Total pages :129
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Texas Tavern

Texas Tavern
Author : Shari L. Dragovich
Publisher : Food and the American South
Release Date : 2020-09
Category : Cooking
Total pages :160
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On February 13, 1930, amidst the turmoil of the Great Depression, Isaac Nick Bullington, circus advance man, advertising guru, and entrepreneur from Indiana, opened a tiny, shotgun-style, hamburger, hot dog, and chili joint in Roanoke, Virginia. He called it the Texas Tavern. He hung quirky sayings on its walls and made the outside look like something more suited for a boardwalk on the beach. He sold his food on the cheap and declared it The Millionaire's Club, a place for saints and sinners alike; all status must be checked at the door. With Nick's original recipes and the addition of the cheesy western, it has become a national food-lovers' landmark. Ninety years later, the Texas Tavern is still owned and operated by the same Bullington family. TEXAS TAVERN: FOUR GENERATIONS OF THE MILLIONAIRE'S CLUB tells the story of one family's faithful stewardship of their restaurant and their community--and reveals the Tavern's true heartbeat through the love stories of its customers.

Maverick Guide to Bermuda

Maverick Guide to Bermuda
Author : Catherine Harriott
Publisher : Pelican Publishing
Release Date : 2004-03-01
Category : Travel
Total pages :224
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This updated edition includes detailed information on transportation, dining, accommodations, and nightlife, with special sections for business travel, senior citizens, and even planning a Bermuda wedding.

Millionaire's Island

Millionaire's Island
Author : Samantha Howard
Publisher : Pinnacle Books
Release Date : 1990-08-01
Category : Fiction
Total pages :480
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The Homiletic Review

The Homiletic Review
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1927
Category : Theology
Total pages :129
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7,000 Clams

7,000 Clams
Author : Lee Irby
Publisher : Broadway Books
Release Date : 2005-01-11
Category : Fiction
Total pages :368
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Frank Hearn is a down-on-his-luck bootlegger and bruiser, looking for the big score in the heart of the Roaring Twenties. When he loses a shipment of top-quality booze to a double-crossing government thief, Frank hunts him down, roughs him up, and finds something that catches his eye. What at first appears to be a scrap of paper is actually a handwritten and unmistakably authentic IOU for $7,000, signed by Babe Ruth. Seven-thousand clams is a lot of money--and when Frank gets a tip that the Yankees are about to begin spring training in St. Petersburg, Florida, he wastes no time leaving New Jersey to track down the Babe. Frank thinks he's covered his bases: Along for the ride is a dangerous and curvy blonde named Ginger DeMore. She’s smart, she packs a snub-nose pistol in her purse, and she’s the perfect accomplice to help convince the Babe to cough up the dough. It seems like the perfect plan, but Frank and Ginger aren’t the only ones seeking their fortunes in Florida. 1920’s St. Pete is a veritable nest of vipers. Hustlers, gamblers, Yankee fans, and even a sociopath are lurking in the booming burg—not to mention a team of gangsters sent by a prominent Chicago mobster named Al Capone (who’s instructed his boys to scour the town for a curvy dame by the name of Ginger DeMore). In this taut Roaring Twenties crime novel, filled with colorful characters both real and imagined, Lee Irby takes readers straight into the authentic heart of the era, bringing to life all the sizzling style—from the slang and the fashions to the smell of bathtub gin. Worthy of a place at Elmore Leonard’s table, 7,000 CLAMS is an enormously entertaining tale and a superb fiction debut.

History of Beautiful Palm Beach

History of Beautiful Palm Beach
Author : J. Wadsworth Travers
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1928
Category : Historic buildings
Total pages :146
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The Online Millionaire

The Online Millionaire
Author : Amy Joyner
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 2007-01-02
Category : Business & Economics
Total pages :245
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Written by an Internet business expert, "The Online Millionaire" shows readers exactly how to build their own online, multichannel, marketing empires on Amazon, eBay, Yahoo!, Overstock, Half.com, iOffer, their own Web sites, and other potential online gold mines.

The Encyclopedia of Comic Book Heroes

The Encyclopedia of Comic Book Heroes
Author : Michael L. Fleisher,Janet E. Lincoln
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1976
Category : Batman (Comic strip)
Total pages :387
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The Florida Land Boom

The Florida Land Boom
Author : William Johnson Frazer,John J. Guthrie,John Guthrie
Publisher : Praeger
Release Date : 1995
Category : Business & Economics
Total pages :181
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The importance of the banking industry in the great speculative boom in Florida.

Financial World

Financial World
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1957
Category : Finance
Total pages :129
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