Coach. There is no limit to the number of coaches an NFL football team can have on staff.
Peak. "Peak oil" is a hypothetical date that refers to world peak oil production.
Jelly Belly. There are about 4 calories per jelly bean.
Hong Kong. The South China Morning Group is a publishing group headquartered in Hong Kong.
NASDAQ. The "Small Order Execution System" ensures that small orders are automatically processed in turbulent market conditions.
Edam cheese. Edam is a semi-hard cheese from the Netherlands, often sold with a rind of red paraffin wax.
Four. U.S. stocks lost $1.4 trillion in value in the week of September 11, 2001.
1999. The "euro" is the official currency of 16 of the 27 member states of the European Union (EU).
Dedication Of The Statue Of Liberty. Ticker tape had been in use for almost twenty years before the first ticker-tape parade.
Weighted-life Average. A random variable is sometimes referred to as a stochastic variable.
Canada. The Group of Eight was created by France in 1975.
MetLife. MetLife was founded on March 24, 1868.
Real Estate. Matthew Bucksbaum ranked 88th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls Chicago, IL home and was worth $3 billion.
Investments. Lester Crown ranked 61st on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List was 81 years old in 2006 and was worth $4.1 billion.
Reuters. Reuters was founded by Paul Julius Reuter in 1851.
40. A roll of quarters typically contains $10 face value or 40 quarters.
Fashion. Ralph Lauren ranked 66th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List was 66 years old in 2006 and was worth $3.9 billion.
About 3%. Nestle's brands include Hot Pockets, Taster's Choice, Haagen Dazs, Coffee-Mate, Stouffers, Skinny Cow and Carnation.
Buck. Trading on the NASDAQ and NYSE is signaled by a closing bell each day.
South Africa. 22,000 attended the Summit, including 10,000 from the UN.