A Gastonia, N.C. bank teller was no doubt surprised when handed a note saying a bank robbery had begun. The teller was probably more surprised with the amount the unarmed robber was seeking: exactly $1.
We Americans like to think that no other nightlife and gambling scene can rival the mischief and mayhem found in Las Vegas. But consider the dollar earnings of our treasured Sin City, and you get another story.
Hey, artsy Swedes — this could be your chance to go down in history.
Just how long will it take for China to overtake the States?
They are the richest of the rich, the ones with more money than one can ever spend. But it’s no longer uniquely American.
It’s that time again, NewsFeeders: your favorite day of the week. While you get back into the swing of things, here’s the news that will guide the conversation this week.
Don’t have $7.5 million? Most American millionaires wouldn’t define you as rich.
Welcome back, NewsFeeders! Just another Monday to check off the list. Hunker down and we’ll catch you up on the news that everyone will be talking about around the water cooler.
It turns out $1 bills are worth less than the paper they’re printed on.
One of the problems with accepting money from powerful dictators? You don’t look so good when people find out about it.
It’s a dream scenario: you order some food at your local KFC, and come home with enough cash for a bank deposit instead of your food. That’s totally fine by NewsFeed.
Ooh, look at you with your $100 bill. Let’s take a closer look: Benjamin Franklin? Check. Official stamp of the Federal Reserve System? You better believe it. 3D Security Ribbon? What the wha?