Pawsitively Posh Elegance Fab Imperial Bed

The world has gone to the dogs. Literally. Just have a look at this incredibly posh dog bed from Pawsitively Posh. The Fab Imperial Dog Bed features a handcrafted faux jewel incrusted bed made in soft foam covered with deep royal red velvet and gold velour lining. The 23″ long by 17″ wide will fit any spoilt pets under 15 …

Mean customer leaves $50,000 to a waitress

For nearly seven years Melina Salazar did her best to put on a smile and tend to the every need of her most loyal and cantankerous customer. She made sure his food was as hot as he wanted, even if it meant he burned his mouth. And she smiled through his demands and curses. The 89-year-old Walter “Buck” Swords obviously …

China: second largest billionaire population

It is official that China has become the country with the second largest population of billionaires in the world, just behind the US. Revealed by the World Entrepreneur magazine, a list of 2007’s top 500 Chinese magnates determined their combined wealth more than 587 billion dollars. Though the list included many from Chinese mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao, the …

Goldman Sachs To Buy 230 Park Avenue For $1.15 Bln

Goldman Sachs Group have just bought 230 Park Avenue, New York for $1.15 billion from a property investment fund owned by Dubai’s government. Istithmar World Real Estate sold the property to Goldman’s Whitehall Fund and Monday Properties, the Dubai-based company. The 172-meter tall 230 Park Avenue building, also known as the Helmsley Building and having 35 floors, originally served as …

The “Rolls-Royce” of rare stamps

A New York man paid a whopping $825,000 for one of the most prominently flawed stamps in U.S. history. The rare 1918 24-cent stamp shows an upside-down Curtis JN-4 biplane known as Jenny, a World War I training aircraft that became an airmail plane. The mint condition red, white and blue stamp is said to be one of the finest …