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Racing Represents in the Forbes 400

The list of Forbes 400 Richest Americans was published this week, and pity the poor 133 billionaires that didn’t make the cut.

But five names familiar from racing did…a look at how they made their millions, what they did with them at the racetrack, and a mare who has foals owned by two of them. 44 more words

Venetian Macao places Sheldon Adelson atop Asian Gaming 50 again this year

Venetian Macao is overwhelming, not necessarily in a good way. Check in and they expect you to drag your own bags to your room, most easily reached through the casino. 145 more words

Flawed Incentives Fuel China's Addiction To Land Sales

The Chinese economy is addicted to land sales and it is not hard to see why. For most part, land sales have been instrumental in buoying provincial GDP growth. 188 more words

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The Return of California Chrome

On Saturday at the racetrack now called Parx (formerly Philadelphia Park), Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome will make his first start since finishing fourth in the Belmont Stakes in June, becoming the 12th horse since 1978, the year of the last Triple Crown winner, to fail in a Triple Crown bid. 121 more words

Raleigh And Durham: Ranked The Most Educated Cities In America According To Forbes

Yesterday forbes.com reported Raleigh as the “top destination for families” and now financial site Wallet Hub is reporting Raleigh and Durham as some the most educated cities in America. 132 more words


Raleigh Is Top Destination For Families

According to Forbes.com, Raleigh is the top city for attracting families.

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Supply Side Reading 9-14-14

Once again, thanks to our friends at The Supply Side for keeping us updated with content we may miss over the course of days.

Weekend Wrap Up: Ralph Benko at Forbes.com writes Steve Forbes and Steve Lonegan are out to Fix The Dollar; Steve Lonegan says there is no free market as long as the Fed is destroying our money. 182 more words