Hey there party people! Can you believe it’s December? The year is almost over and I think we can all agree that this is a good thing. This year has been a doozy. The epidemic is still raging and many cities and states are once again closed for business. And then there’s Florida, but we’ll leave it alone. Billionaires took the epidemic out of hand and their net worth is skyrocketing. A cynical billionaire called an all-hands meeting on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Another is supporting his strategy to harass his neighbor. And yet another billionaire wants money due to his divorce from the elite. Buckle for the latest version of the Billionaire Roundup.
Elon Musk called an all-hands meeting on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
Open Dictionary: Is Elon Musk’s picture next to the definition of hardcore? If there is not, there should be. On Sunday, February 23, Musk called an all-hands meeting at his Texas SpaceX factory at 1:00 am. What could be so important that something crazy would happen? He simply wanted to explain to his employees why the factory is not operating 24/7 to make starship rockets. His engineering team told him that he needed more people to work more shifts. Over the next two days, SpaceX doubled its workforce at that factory and hired 252 more employees. Well, this is one way to work.
Billionaire Bill Gross treated neighbor to Gilligan’s Island theme song
Bill Gross installed a glass art installation in his California-based home. His neighbor, Mark Tufik, has problems with the statue and finds out that Gross has not received the proper permit. He wanted the structure to be removed, with Gross deciding to wage psychological warfare on Taufiq by blurring the theme of TV’s “Gilligan’s Island” on loudspeakers day and night. Taufiq sued Gross. Gross tried to overcome this by suggesting an end to all hostilities and that they would spend money on lawyers to donate. Taufiq’s lawyer rejected Gross’s suggestion. The trial will proceed. Gross also has a case against Taufiq. It is far from over.
Billionaire and son due to prosecute divorce settlement from former wife / mother
Tatiana Akhmedova wants to collect just $ 586 million, which she awarded in divorce to Farhad Akhamedov. The divorce was final in 2016. Farhad is the Charmer who claimed to have already divorced and refused to participate in the trial. Now Tatiana has again filed a lawsuit against her ex and his 27-year-old son Temur, alleging that they are conspiring to keep most of the settlement money away from him. His latest strategy includes Farhad, who is giving him $ 70 million to set up in business and Temur has lost all that money in a bad investment. Tatiana is not buying it and continues to pursue what is right in court.