Yahoo!. Terry Semel was given stock options of over $110 million as a bonus when he joined Yahoo! in 2001.
Publishing. Donald Edward Newhouse ranked 38th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls Somerset County, NJ home and was worth $7.3 billion.
Unilever. The U.S. division of Unilever continued to carry the Lever Brothers name until the 1990's.
Big Change From Closing To Opening. A gap opening usually occurs when either good or bad news is publicized after the close of the market.
One. A sole proprietorship is also known as a sole trader.
Black Wednesday. "Black Wednesday" occurred on September 16, 1992, and Soros earned an estimated $1.1 billion from his currency trading.
GE. GE owns CNBC, MSNBC, Bravo, Mun2TV, the Sci-Fi channel, Trio, the USA network and Universal Pictures.
$5 Bill. Five dollar bills are delivered by Federal Reserve Banks in red straps.
The Pit. The NYSE trading area is called the pit because of the three steps in the floor, used so participants can be seen by the floor traders.
Discount Stock Brokerage. Charles R. Schwab ranked 51st on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List was 69 years old in 2006 and was worth $4.6 billion.
Prudential. Prudential is known for its "Rock of Gibraltar" logo.
Mike Manley. Manley formerly served for nine years as the head of FCA's Jeep division.
AMF. William S. Harley was 21 when he first designed an engine to be attached to a bicycle in 1901.
Wendell Wilkie. Wendell Wilkie ran for President against and lost to Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1940.
Reset Frequency. The floating rate can change several times in a year.
21st Century Fox. Key assets acquired by Disney in the Fox deal include 20th Century Fox Films, Fox Television Group including FX, and a 30% share in Hulu.
March, 1933. President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared a bank holiday beginning March 5, 1933; many insolvent banks were permanently closed after this.
Japan. A Sushi Bond is a bond that is not denominated in yen and is issued in any market by a Japanese financial institution.
Net Sales. Net sales is gross sales reduced by customer discounts, returns, freight out and allowances.
Preacher. Being a preacher requires no formal training.