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Tom Huddleston Jr.


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Recent articles by Tom:

This Bentley is now the world's fastest SUV, beating out a Lamborghini

It beat out the Lamborghini Urus by 0.5 miles per hour. → Read More

Amazon will pay $0 in federal taxes this year — and it's partially thanks to Trump

Amazon is one of the world's biggest companies, with $232 billion in 2018 revenue. But the company will not pay one cent in federal taxes this year thanks to friendly corporate tax rates and a mix of tax credits and deductions. → Read More

Tesla's Model 3 ranked 'most satisfying' car, more than Porsche or Corvette

Consumer Reports surveyed more than half a million car owners to find "the models that bring their owners joy." → Read More

There could be a Tesla, Mercedes-Benz collab coming

The CEO of Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler AG said in an interview that the company has discussed collaborating with billionaire Elon Musk's electric automaker, Tesla. Daimler was a minority shareholder in Tesla until 2014. → Read More

This 33-year-old ex-teacher now brings in millions eating 60,000-calorie meals on YouTube

Harley Morenstein was a history teacher making less than $30,000 when he decided to put fast food on a pizza and launched Epic Meal Time, a web cooking series with over 7 million followers on YouTube. → Read More

NFL star Russell Wilson's Bezos-backed app is like HQ Trivia for live events—with a $250,000 pot for Super Bowl

NFL star Russell Wilson's new app, Tally, gives you the chance to win money by guessing what will happen during major live events, and there's a $250,000 pot on Super Bowl Sunday. Tally has raised $9 million in funding from investors who include Jeff Bezos, Alibaba co-founder Joe Tsai and YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley. → Read More

Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger haven't had a fight in 60 years — here's why

Warren Buffett and business partner Charlie Munger have worked together for over four decades, and they've been friends even longer. The two billionaire investors share the secrets to their lasting, and successful, relationship. → Read More

This is how much it costs to air a commercial during the 2019 Super Bowl

Year after year, huge brands like Budweiser and Pepsi shell out millions of dollars for 30 seconds of air time during the Super Bowl. This year, they'll pay six figures per second. → Read More

Ex-FBI negotiator on shutdown bill: Trump 'got worn down,' he doesn't like 'long sieges'

The longest-ever government shutdown ended without President Trump securing funding for a border wall. Chris Voss, who spent over two decades in the FBI's crisis negotiation unit, says Trump's aggressive negotiating style has backfired so far. → Read More

Look inside NFL star Adrian Peterson's $4.7 million Texas mansion

Washington Redskins star and former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson is selling his 10,500-square-foot Texas mansion with a "resort-style" pool and walk-in wine cellar for nearly $5 million. → Read More

Meet the investor who's been called 'the next Warren Buffett'

Billionaire hedge fund manager Seth Klarman has been called "the next Warren Buffett" and the "Oracle of Boston." He bought his first stock at 10 years old. → Read More

Here's how much it costs to eat like The Mountain from 'Game of Thrones'

As the current World's Strongest Man, "Game of Thrones" star Hafthor Bjornsson (he plays The Mountain) has to eat a lot to maintain his impressive strength and physique. And that doesn't come cheap. → Read More

'Glass' director M. Night Shyamalan let self-doubt tank his career — here's how he turned it around

Director M. Night Shyamalan's career was in jeopardy after a series of box-office flops, but he bet on himself with a multi-million dollar loan to finance an independent movie that helped him stage an epic Hollywood comeback. → Read More

Ex-FBI hostage negotiator on the shutdown: This is what has to happen before Trump makes a deal

Trump is "actually the kind of negotiator that as a hostage negotiator I had to learn how to get the upper hand on, without making them mad, without making it worse," ex-FBI negotiator and Black Swan Group CEO Chris Voss says. → Read More

Ex-NBA star Darius Miles says this is how he blew through $62 million

Darius Miles was a top NBA draft pick who became a millionaire at age 18, but he eventually declared bankruptcy after blowing through nearly $62 million by the time he was 35. → Read More

Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey is making a 'virtual' border wall with A.I., and it's already catching people

Oculus multi-millionaire Palmer Luckey's latest start-up, Anduril Industries, is looking to improve US security with a virtual border wall powered by artificial intelligence called Lattice. → Read More

Who is MacKenzie Bezos? She could soon be one of the richest women in the world

Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos announced their plans to divorce after 25 years of marriage. Bezos is the wealthiest man in the world, with a net worth of $137 billion. → Read More

Tesla's Model 3 was the best-selling luxury car of 2018

Tesla sold more cars in the US in 2018 than it did in every previous year of the electric automaker's existence combined. The Model 3 luxury sedan's strong year helped steer that growth. → Read More

Mark Cuban says this is Shark Tank's 'No. 1 success story' after start-up sells for $22 million

Car360 founder Bruno Francois liquidated his 401(k) to build a viral app. On "Shark Tank," Mark Cuban invested and Francois sold his business to Carvana for millions. → Read More

'Bohemian Rhapsody's' Rami Malek used to make falafel, deliver pizzas to make ends meet

"There were times when I was depressed and started losing confidence," Rami Malek, also known for his role in "Mr. Robot," said. "Working in a falafel shop when I have a university degree was not easy." Sunday, he won his first Golden Globe. → Read More