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Millhouse Inc., PLC CEO David Millhouse Interview with Economist Clifford Bennett
 
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Millhouse, Inc. PLC is a listed international diversified funds management business with its securities quoted on Deutsche Börse. Its business is to acquire existing businesses in funds management, investment management, and asset management across asset sectors. These acquisitions are conducted at historically low prices and capitalise on the considerable sunk costs invested by previous owners. The company has a standard acquisition model based on warranted ebitda with the consideration payable over three years as a mix of equity and cash. Each acquisition is ebitda positive and cash generating. Business operations exist in Australia, Singapore, Germany and other countries as the acquisitions program rolls out. David Millhouse has now founded and successfully managed three corporations, of which the previous two have been in funds management, private equity and venture capital. He has a quality academic background with degrees in science, business and law. He was Visiting Lecturer at the American Graduate School of International Management in Phoenix, USA. He has considerable experience in capitalisation planning for emerging growth companies, and is experienced in the raising of capital in the public and private equity markets in several countries, including Australia, Singapore, Germany, Canada and the United States. His performance has brought international recognition of his achievements and a Series of Australian awards, including the 1986 Bulletin - Compaq Young Executive of the Year, and the 1988 BRW - Compaq Young Executive of the Year. David was the founder and chief executive of international private equity and funds manager, MillhouseIAG Limited from 1991 to 2010. He is a Certified Member of the Institute of Management Consultants in Australia and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. David has conducted business assignments in the United States, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and Australia. He has been a director and board member of companies in multiple jurisdictions and was formerly a Trustee of the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art. He is a Trustee of Bond University.
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10 Houses Built in Weird Locations Part 2
 
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Throughout time civilizations have had to construct their homes in odd places. While I’m sure they have good reasons for doing it, today they have become a spectacle like no other. On this episode we’ll check out 10 Houses Built in Weird Locations Part 2 10. Katskhi Pillar This lone house on top of a pillar in Georgia dates back between the 9th and 12 century. It was built on top of the pillar as a place for Christians to avoid worldly temptations. Up until 1944 there was no ladder to get up there. So you got to wonder did they just send some food up on a bucket attached to that rope? The world is definitely a different place today. 9. House in a Tree Now I think it’s pretty cool to live in a tree but what are the odds of this tree holding up long term? Clearly the owners of this home don’t care and built their dream home right in a tree. If you look closely at the bottom this image, you’ll notice this house has a spiral staircase to get up to the house which should make it easier bringing groceries home. There are also visible neighbours around the house which is unique, usually a home like this would be built far out in the woods somewhere. 8. The Lone House South off the coast of the mainland of Iceland you’ll find multiple small islands, on one of these islands, Ellidaey Island, you’ll find this one and only house. At first you might just think it’s just some loner living out their last days in solitude, but this isn’t the case, this is a hunting lodge. 7. Castlemoor Castlemoor is a charming cottage house wedged between 2 huge rocks, it was built back in 1861 but back then they didn’t have any building permits which allowed them to build this house. 6.Floating Lighthouse House This house doubling as a lighthouse, while has a useful function was built in a precarious place. This house only has 2 small rock outcrops to protect it against the elements. You may think this is sufficient but it’s only a matter of time before mother nature takes this house… back to nature. 5. Rock Wall House This house built into the side of a rock wall, while astonishing, you got ot wonder how much did it cost to build this thing? I’m sure it comes with the added benefit of cheap heating and cooling costs but you only get light on 1 side of your house. 4. Old Mill House This crusty old home known as the old mill house was built over a bridge on the Seine River in France. Today it seems the only residents are the birds on the roof, the condition of this home makes it look like it could collapse at any moment, it’s seen better days. 3. Xuankong Si House Built in China in 491 AD this set of residents is often referred to as the Monastery in mid air or the hanging monastery. There are 2 known versions of what this was constructed on the side of a mountain. First it was for defense against marauders and protection against flood waters, the second reason is believed so that monks and enjoy perfect silence. It is said that they are forbidden to hear the barking of a dog, the crying of a child or the call of a rooster. Nowadays caretakers still live there but it’s mostly a tourist attraction. Would you go crazy living there comment down below. 2. Green Roof House This green roof house in Serbia was built in 1968 by a group of young men who decided it would be a good idea to build a house on this tiny rock. Not sure if it was for relaxing, sightseeing or fishing but it doesn’t seem like the most ideal place to live. 1. 2 House Lighthouse Here we have two houses being washed out on either side of this lighthouse. I’m sure when they built this they didn’t expect the waters to get this high. At the very least, they have that house to dive into in dire situations. Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/houses-impossible-locations-2016-10/#they-arent-the-only-chinese-homes-built-on-top-of-a-business-in-2013-25-houses-were-built-illegally-on-top-of-a-local-shopping-mall-in-hengyang-hunan-province-today-they-serve-as-dorms-for-employees-from-the-mall-9 https://www.forbes.com/sites/marcellefischler/2012/05/14/homes-in-the-most-unusual-places/#271f04365305 Support TTL by using our amazon link: http://amzn.to/2dQQ4nu Subscribe to our channel! → http://bit.ly/subscribe_to_titantoplist For copyright matters please contact: [email protected] Intro music thanks to Machinmasound: Rallying the Defense: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruPk4RD19Nw
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Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in the World
 
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The Simpsons - Lisa creates an app
 
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Top 10 Most Expensive Home's In The World|
 
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The owners of the world’s most luxurious houses can be a mysterious bunch. We all know who owns Buckingham Palace, but does anyone recognize the name Tim Blixseth? Or know the Indian billionaire who built a 27-story apartment building just for himself? We’re guessing not. Well, the mystery ends here. Using information provided by CompareCamp.com, we’ve got a rundown of the world’s 10 most expensive houses—modern castles, really—and the people lucky enough, and rich enough, to own them. 10. 7 Upper Phillimore Gardens Location: London Value: $128 million Details: This 10-bedroom prep school turned mansion has an underground swimming pool, a sauna, gym, cinema, and even a panic room. That’s all in addition to an interior covered in marble, gold, and priceless artworks. Owner: Olena Pinchuk—daughter of Leonid Kuchma, Ukraine’s second president. She is known for being the founder of the ANTIAIDS Foundation and a friend of Elton John. 9. Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $140 million Details: Located on London’s Billionaires Row, the already tricked-out pad will soon add an underground extension with a tennis court, health center, and auto museum. Owner: Roman Abramovich—a Russian billionaire and owner of the private investment firm Millhouse LLC. He’s probably best known in the West as the owner of the English Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club. 8. Seven The Pinnacle Location: Big Sky, Montana Value: $155 million Details: The largest property in the Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf community for the mega-rich, the house has heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift. Owners: Edra and Tim Blixseth—Real estate developer and timber baron Tim Blixseth cofounded the Yellowstone Club, but the club’s bankruptcy, a divorce, and other troubles have seriously reduced his wealth in recent years. 7. Hearst Castle Location: San Simeon, California Value: $191 million Details: The 27-bedroom castle, used in the movie The Godfather, has hosted John and Jackie Kennedy, Clark Gable, Winston Churchill, and other famous figures. Owners: William Randolph Hearst’s trustees—The castle, built by the country’s first newspaper magnate, is now a heritage and tourist site and part of the California Park System. 6. Ellison Estate Location: Woodside, California Value: $200 million Details: Less a house than a compound, this 23-acre property is home to 10 buildings, a man-man lake, koi pond, tea house, and bath house. Owner: Larry Ellison—Co-founder of Oracle and the third-richest man in the world in 2013, according to Forbes. 5. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $222 million Details: Another property on Billionaires Row, 18-19 sits alongside the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This particular residence has 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, an indoor pool, and parking for 20 cars. Owner: Lakshmi Mittal—The head of Arcelor Mittal, the world’s largest steel manufacturer, and, according to Forbes, one of the 100 richest men in India. 4. Four Fairfield Pond Location: Sagaponack, New York Value: $248.5 million Details: This 29-bedroom home sits on 63 acres and has its own power plant. Inside, there are 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, bowling alley, squash courts, tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room. Owner: Ira Rennert—Owner the Renco Group, a holding company with investments in auto manufacturing and smelting. He also has holdings in metals and mining. 3. Villa Leopolda Location: Cote D’Azure, France Value: $750 million Details: This 50-acre estate includes “a commercial sized green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, helipad, and a guest house larger than the mansions of most millionaires,” according to Variety. The house was famously used as a set in the 1955 Hitchcock classic To Catch a Thief. Owner: Lily Safra—A Brazilian philanthropist and widow of Lebanese banker William Safra. Her husband died when another one of the couple’s homes burned down, apparently due to arson. 2. Antilia Location: Mumbai, India Value: $1 billion Details: The Antilia isn’t even really a home in the traditional sense. This 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building has six underground parking floors, three helicopter pads, and requires a 600-person staff just to maintain it. Owner: Mukesh Ambani—India’s richest man, with a net worth of $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani made his money running Reliance Industries, an energy and materials company. 1. Buckingham Palace Location: London Value: $1.55 billion Details: Technically still a house, but certainly not for sale, the Queen’s residence was valued at roughly $1.5 billion by the Nationwide Building Society in 2012. The property holds 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms.
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The 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World and Who Owns Them
 
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The 10 Most Expensive Houses and Who Owns Them: 10. 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens Located in London, this 10-bedroom mansion was once a prep school. It has an underground swimming pool, sauna, gym and cinema, and even has a panic room. The interior is covered with marble and gold, and decorated with priceless artworks. Owned by Olena Pinchuk, founder of ANTIAIDS Foundation and daughter of Ukraine is second president, Leonid Kuchma, this mansion is priced $128 million. 9. Kensington Palace This building is located in the Billionaires Row of London, and is extremely ornate. It is owned by Roman Abramovich, a billionaire from Russia, who owns the investment firm called Millhouse LLC, and Chelsea Football Club of the English Premier League, and is valued $140 million. 8. Seven The Pinnacle Located in Big Sky of Montana, it is the largest property in Yellowstone Club.owns this house with Edra Blixseth. The house¡¯s price is $155 million. 7. Hearst Castle It is located in San Simeon in California, and is a 27-bedroom castle.The Godfather. It has also played host to many of the most celebrated people, like Winston Churchill, Clark Gable, John and Jackie Kennedy, etc. Owned by William Randolph Hearst¡¯s trustees, this heritage and tourist site is a part of the California Park System, and is worth $191 million. 6. Ellison Estate Located at Woodside in California, this is more of a compound than a house, and it consists of 10 buildings. It is owned by Larry Ellison, who is the co-founder of Oracle and was third richest man of 2013 by none other than Forbes. Its value is $200 million. 5. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens It is located in London and is another luxurious building on Billionaires Row, near the house of Prince William and Kate Middleton.The house belongs to steel baron Lakshmi Mittal, the head of the largest manufacturer Arcelor Mittal, and is one of Forbes¡¯ 100 richest Indians. Its value is $222 million. 4. Four Fairfield Pond Located at Sagaponack at New York, this palatial building is spread over an area of 63 acres, and it consists of 29 bedrooms, and even comes with its own power plant.The building is owner is Ira Rennert who owns the Renco Group. The mansion is valued at $248.5 million. 3. Villa Leopolda The estate, which is spread over an area of 50 acres, is located at Cote D¡¯Azure in France.The mansions owned by millionaires. It was featured in Alfred Hitchcock is To Catch a Thief in 1955. Brazilian philanthropist, Lily Safra owns this gigantic mansion which is valued at $750 billion. 2. Antilia Located at Mumbai in India, this building with an extremely untraditional architecture and style is spread across 400,000 square-feet. Mukesh Ambani, the richest man of India, and owner of the Reliance Group of Companies, is the owner of the most expensive modern building, valued at $1 billion. 1. Buckingham Palace It is located in London and technically speakin. The owner of this property is the British Sovereign, currently Queen Elizabeth II who has been ruling since 1952. The valuation of the palace is $1.55 billion, as per the National Building Society
►10 Most EXPENSIVE Houses on the EARTH✓
 
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10 Most EXPENSIVE Houses on the EARTH If you are looking for most expensive houses in America you must should watch this video because we include in our video most expensive homes/ houses in the earth if you see this you can get- ►Top 5 Most Expensive Homes in the World (2016) ►TOUR OF THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSE IN THE USA!!! ►Dubai's Most Expensive House !!! ►The Most Expensive Home in the U.S. | 924 Bel-Air Rd ►Most Expensive House In Calgary-Pacer-Aspen Heights Show Home ►10 Most Expensive Homes Of NBA Players Once upon a time, the kings and emperors lived in forts and palaces, and rich and the elite lived in wonderful, similarly palatial buildings. But today, there is hardly any space available to build such houses, nor will such a construction play well with modern architecture. However, Here’s a countdown of the most expensive houses in the world. 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens Located in London, this 10-bedroom mansion was once a prep school. It has an underground swimming pool, sauna, gym and cinema, and even has a panic room. The interior is covered with marble and gold, and decorated with priceless artworks. Owned by Olena Pinchuk, founder of ANTIAIDS Foundation and daughter of Ukraine’s second president, Leonid Kuchma, this mansion is priced $128 million. Kensington Palace This building is located in the Billionaires Row of London, and is extremely ornate. As if that isn’t enough, there are plans for the addition of an underground extension with a tennis court a health centre and also an auto museum. It is owned by Roman Abramovich, a billionaire from Russia, who owns the investment firm called Millhouse LLC, and Chelsea Football Club of the English Premier League, and is valued $140 million. Seven The Pinnacle Located in Big Sky of Montana, it is the largest property in Yellowstone Club. It is a private ski and golf community for the supremely rich people. The house comes with heated floors, several pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and also its very own ski lift. Real estate developer and timber baron, Tim Blixseth, who is the co-founder of Yellowstone Club, owns this house with Edra Blixseth. The house’s price is $155 million. Hearst Castle It is located in San Simeon in California, and is a 27-bedroom castle. The mansion’s claim to fame was from being featured in the film, The Godfather. It has also played host to many of the most celebrated people, like Winston Churchill, Clark Gable, John and Jackie Kennedy, etc. Owned by William Randolph Hearst’s trustees, this heritage and tourist site is a part of the California Park System, and is worth $191 million. Ellison Estate Located at Woodside in California, this is more of a compound than a house, and it consists of 10 buildings. Apart from that, the compound also a man-made lake, a koi pond, a bath house and also a tea house. Together, the area covered by the Ellison estate is 23 acres, and it is owned by Larry Ellison, who is the co-founder of Oracle and was third richest man of 2013 by none other than Forbes. Its value is $200 million. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens It is located in London and is another luxurious building on Billionaires Row, near the house of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This residential building has 12 bedrooms, a Turkish baths, and indoor pool and a parking space that can accommodate 20 cars. The house belongs to steel baron Lakshmi Mittal, the head of the largest manufacturer Arcelor Mittal, and is one of Forbes’ 100 richest Indians. Its value is $222 million. Four Fairfield Pond Located at Sagaponack at New York, this palatial building is spread over an area of 63 acres, and it consists of 29 bedrooms, and even comes with its own power plant. Inside the building are 39 bathrooms and a 91-foot long dining room. It also has a basketball court, a bowling alley, tennis courts and squash courts. The building’s owner is Ira Rennert who owns the Renco Group. The mansion is valued at $248.5 million. Credit- "District Four" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ If you want to watch this kind of any other video on you tube please click the link blow- Video one-TOUR OF THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSE IN THE USA!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH72xtm14eo ♣SUBSCRIBE- To See Daly List or Fact Videos- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC78T... WATCH MORE: ➤ 10 Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Lesbian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnT2S... ➤ 10 Most HOTTEST Actresses in HOLLYWOOD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEMug... ➤Shocking Truth 5 Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Gay https://youtu.be/cWoZRttKGgM ☛ You can find our other places on the web, too:- ❄ P I N T E R E S T ➜https://goo.gl/E9k2uC ❄ G O O G L E P L U S ➜https://goo.gl/voIPYI ❄ T W I T T E R ➜https://goo.gl/IqmC7B ❄ F A C E B O O K ➜ : https://goo.gl/b1F0qe ► Video: https://youtu.be/GSm5KsIKQOY
Millennium Capital - Corporate Video - Russian
 
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Video Interview with Adrian Fleming President and CEO of Prosperity Goldfields
 
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Adrian Fleming, President and CEO of Prosperity Goldfields shares this gold exploration company's future plans for drilling in the Nunavut Territory. This is a 90 sec corporate video produced by CEO Clips: http://www.ceoclips.com
Anhui Shui’an Construction Group Co., Ltd.
 
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Anhui Shui'an Construction Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as ASCG), formerly known as Anhui Hydraulic Engineering Construction & Installation Corporation, is now growing into a giant comprehensive joint-equity enterprise focusing on general contracting of construction works and integrating commercial investment, real estate development, hospitality, tourism, scientific incubation, factory building leasing and international businesses. With the registered capital of 313,980,000 Yuan and the total asset over 5,000,000,000 Yuan, ASCG boasts an annual construction capacity over 10 billion Yuan. ASCG possesses three items of Grade-A General Contracting Qualifications respectively for hydraulic engineering and hydropower works, housing building works and municipal engineering works; one item of Grade-B General Contracting Qualifications for road works; four items of Grade-A Specialty Contracting Qualifications respectively for fire facilities works, M&E installation works, steelworks and ground and foundation engineering works; and multiple Grade-B Specialty Contracting Qualifications for road subgrades, gardens and landscapes, etc.; and additionally, ASCG is also eligible to contract and operate international projects. ASCG has the licensed scope of businesses covering hydraulic engineering and hydropower works, municipal and public engineering works, housing building works, waterway engineering works, road works, ground and foundation works, architectural finishing and decorative works, tunnel works, metal structure fabrication and installation works, M&E installation works, fire facilities works, equipment lease, labor export and technical consultancy. Presently, ASCG is staffed with over 1,000 technical personnel of various disciplines (over 400 chartered builders and more than 500 persons with mid and senior level technical titles) and equipped with over 1,000 sets of various types of machineries and equipment. ASCG has been certified for Quality Management System, Environment Management System and Occupational Health and Safety Management System. ASCG has, for many times, successively won the honors including Nationwide Excellent Construction Enterprise, National Excellent Hydraulic Engineering Enterprise, Installation Company to the Satisfaction of Nationwide Users, Excellent Enterprises of Anhui Province, etc.. Over half a century, with the corporate philosophy of "Honesty, Fine Works, Initiative, Innovation and Social Contribution", ASCG has successively undertaken and completed hundreds of medium and large sized hydraulic engineering works, and made rapid progress in the construction works of the fields including urban roads, housing buildings, traffic engineering, etc., where good performance and favorable reputations have been earned. Multiple works were awarded national level Luban Prize, Zhantianyou Prize, and Dayu Prize, as well as Anhui Provincial level Huangshan Cup and Scientific and Technologic Progression Prize. At the same time, ASCG has also proactively thrown itself into the international market competitions and successively participated in the construction works in many countries and regions including Kazakhstan, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Ghana, Congo-Brazzaville, Dominica, Cameron, Zambia, etc.. ASCG People have forged, are forging and will continue to forge ahead with determinations, continuous innovations, excellent equipment, start-of-the-art technologies, scientific management and utmost sincerity to cooperate with all sectors of society to share win-win developments and target for fruitful achievements.
i made a movie. it stunk.
 
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In 2013, I shot a film called "Sprouting Orchids". Here's a retrospective about the production. If you're a first-time filmmaker, you need to watch this.
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Top 10 Most Expensive Houses In The World | Top 10 Lists
 
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10 Most Expensive Houses In The World Subscribe Our Channel To Watch More Top 10 Lists 10. 7 Upper Phillimore Gardens Location: London Value: $128 million Details: This 10-bedroom prep school turned mansion has an underground swimming pool, a sauna, gym, cinema, and even a panic room. That’s all in addition to an interior covered in marble, gold, and priceless artworks. Owner: Olena Pinchuk—daughter of Leonid Kuchma, Ukraine’s second president. She is known for being the founder of the ANTIAIDS Foundation and a friend of Elton John. 9. Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $140 million Details: Located on London’s Billionaires Row, the already tricked-out pad will soon add an underground extension with a tennis court, health center, and auto museum. Owner: Roman Abramovich—a Russian billionaire and owner of the private investment firm Millhouse LLC. He’s probably best known in the West as the owner of the English Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club. 8. Seven The Pinnacle Location: Big Sky, Montana Value: $155 million Details: The largest property in the Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf community for the mega-rich, the house has heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift. Owners: Edra and Tim Blixseth—Real estate developer and timber baron Tim Blixseth cofounded the Yellowstone Club, but the club’s bankruptcy, a divorce, and other troubles have seriously reduced his wealth in recent years. 7. Hearst Castle Location: San Simeon, California Value: $191 million Details: The 27-bedroom castle, used in the movie The Godfather, has hosted John and Jackie Kennedy, Clark Gable, Winston Churchill, and other famous figures. Owners: William Randolph Hearst’s trustees—The castle, built by the country’s first newspaper magnate, is now a heritage and tourist site and part of the California Park System. 6. Ellison Estate Location: Woodside, California Value: $200 million Details: Less a house than a compound, this 23-acre property is home to 10 buildings, a man-man lake, koi pond, tea house, and bath house. Owner: Larry Ellison—Co-founder of Oracle and the third-richest man in the world in 2013, according to Forbes. 5. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $222 million Details: Another property on Billionaires Row, 18-19 sits alongside the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This particular residence has 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, an indoor pool, and parking for 20 cars. Owner: Lakshmi Mittal—The head of Arcelor Mittal, the world’s largest steel manufacturer, and, according to Forbes, one of the 100 richest men in India. 4. Four Fairfield Pond Location: Sagaponack, New York Value: $248.5 million Details: This 29-bedroom home sits on 63 acres and has its own power plant. Inside, there are 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, bowling alley, squash courts, tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room. Owner: Ira Rennert—Owner the Renco Group, a holding company with investments in auto manufacturing and smelting. He also has holdings in metals and mining. 3. Villa Leopolda Location: Cote D’Azure, France Value: $750 million Details: This 50-acre estate includes “a commercial sized green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, helipad, and a guest house larger than the mansions of most millionaires,” according to Variety. The house was famously used as a set in the 1955 Hitchcock classic To Catch a Thief. Owner: Lily Safra—A Brazilian philanthropist and widow of Lebanese banker William Safra. Her husband died when another one of the couple’s homes burned down, apparently due to arson. 2. Antilia Location: Mumbai, India Value: $1 billion Details: The Antilia isn’t even really a home in the traditional sense. This 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building has six underground parking floors, three helicopter pads, and requires a 600-person staff just to maintain it. Owner: Mukesh Ambani—India’s richest man, with a net worth of $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani made his money running Reliance Industries, an energy and materials company. 1. Buckingham Palace Location: London Value: $1.55 billion Details: Technically still a house, but certainly not for sale, the Queen’s residence was valued at roughly $1.5 billion by the Nationwide Building Society in 2012. The property holds 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms. Owner: The British Sovereign—Currently Queen Elizabeth II, who has ruled since February 6, 1952.
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Chicago Smart Light Project (CSLP) - Project Update Press Conference
 
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MAYOR EMANUEL ANNOUNCES CHICAGO STREETLIGHT MODERNIZATION PROGRAM REACHES MAJOR MILESTONE New Estimates Find Program to Save Taxpayers More Than $100 Million Over 10 Years; More Than 42,000 New Streetlight Fixtures Have Been Installed to Date Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced the latest major milestone in Chicago’s streetlight modernization program. To date more than 42,000 new streetlight fixtures have been installed. All alley, residential, and arterial streets within the West Side priority area have been completed. Crews will now shift to converting the residential streetlights and alley lights within the South Side priority area. Additionally, Chicago’s taxpayers will save more than $100 million thanks to the energy efficiency of the modern streetlights. “The Smart Lighting Project is great for Chicago’s environment, our neighborhoods, and our budget,” Mayor Emanuel said. “By converting our city’s streetlights to LED we are modernizing Chicago’s infrastructure, creating new jobs and saving taxpayers more than $100 million over the next decade.” The City expects to cut its streetlight electricity costs by more than half through the modernization, yielding savings of approximately $100 million over 10 years. In addition, through ComEd’s energy efficiency incentive efforts, the City will earn ComEd rebates that subsidize the cost of converting outdated High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) lights to LED technology. These rebates are projected to total $35 million. The modernization program is being implemented by the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) and will replace 270,000 of Chicago’s street, alley and viaduct lights with high-quality LED fixtures during its four-year timeframe. Chicago is also installing a citywide lighting management system for the new LED lights. When it becomes operational later this year, the system will alert the City when lights need service. Streetlight fixture replacements in the first year have been focused in South and West Side neighborhoods with heightened public safety concerns, allowing those communities to quickly reap the benefits of higher quality, more reliable lighting. In addition, by the end of this summer, the new lights will be installed on more than a dozen major arterial routes across the city. The City has created a website( http://chicagosmartlighting.org) where Chicagoans can track the progress of the program. The new lights, which are owned and operated by the City, will consume 50-75 percent less electricity than HPS lights, generating significant electricity cost savings that will offset the cost of the modernization. LED fixtures also last two-to-three times longer than HPS lights. LED lights provide better nighttime visibility, and the LED light fixtures selected by the City are “full cut-off,” meaning they are designed to project light downward where it is needed on streets and sidewalks, not into the night sky. The program was procured by the Chicago Infrastructure Trust (CIT) in coordination with CDOT and the Department of Innovation and Technology (DOIT). The CIT is dedicated to assisting the City in executing large-scale and complex public projects efficiently and economically. “The installations of new LED lights are moving quickly across the City, and we are now shifting our crews back to the South Side to continue the work that we started there last fall,” CDOT Commissioner Rebekah Scheinfeld said. “We are moving steadily toward or goal of providing clearer, more reliable and energy efficient lighting in every Chicago neighborhood.” “This project demonstrates how the expertise of the Chicago Infrastructure Trust can drive community investments that provide a maximum return for City residents and improve the quality of life in Chicago’s neighborhoods,” Chicago Treasurer and CIT Chair Kurt Summers said. “We look forward to continuing our work on initiatives like that that will create equitable economic development in our neighborhoods in the years to come.” The City of Chicago has contracted with a team led by Ameresco Inc., a national leader in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, to implement the program. The City made it a priority to ensure that the selected vendor relies on a diverse lineup of subcontractors and that City residents will have access to the jobs created through the Smart Lighting Project.
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10:7 Upper Phillimore Gardens Location: London Value: $128 million Details: This 10-bedroom prep school turned mansion has an underground swimming pool, a sauna, gym, cinema, and even a panic room. That’s all in addition to an interior covered in marble, gold, and priceless artworks. Owner: Olena Pinchuk—daughter of Leonid Kuchma, Ukraine’s second president. She is known for being the founder of the ANTIAIDS Foundation and a friend of Elton John. 9:Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $140 million Details: Located on London’s Billionaires Row, the already tricked-out pad will soon add an underground extension with a tennis court, health center, and auto museum. Owner: Roman Abramovich—a Russian billionaire and owner of the private investment firm Millhouse LLC. He’s probably best known in the West as the owner of the English Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club. 8:Seven The Pinnacle Location: Big Sky, Montana Value: $155 million Details: The largest property in the Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf community for the mega-rich, the house has heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift. Owners: Edra and Tim Blixseth—Real estate developer and timber baron Tim Blixseth cofounded the Yellowstone Club, but the club’s bankruptcy, a divorce, and other troubles have seriously reduced his wealth in recent years. 7:Hearst Castle Location: San Simeon, California Value: $191 million Details: The 27-bedroom castle, used in the movie The Godfather, has hosted John and Jackie Kennedy, Clark Gable, Winston Churchill, and other famous figures. Owners: William Randolph Hearst’s trustees—The castle, built by the country’s first newspaper magnate, is now a heritage and tourist site and part of the California Park System. 6:Ellison Estate Location: Woodside, California Value: $200 million Details: Less a house than a compound, this 23-acre property is home to 10 buildings, a man-man lake, koi pond, tea house, and bath house. Owner: Larry Ellison—Co-founder of Oracle and the third-richest man in the world in 2013, according to Forbes. 5:18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $222 million Details: Another property on Billionaires Row, 18-19 sits alongside the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This particular residence has 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, an indoor pool, and parking for 20 cars. Owner: Lakshmi Mittal—The head of Arcelor Mittal, the world’s largest steel manufacturer, and, according to Forbes, one of the 100 richest men in India 4:Four Fairfield Pond Location: Sagaponack, New York Value: $248.5 million Details: This 29-bedroom home sits on 63 acres and has its own power plant. Inside, there are 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, bowling alley, squash courts, tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room. Owner: Ira Rennert—Owner the Renco Group, a holding company with investments in auto manufacturing and smelting. He also has holdings in metals and mining. 3:Villa Leopolda Location: Cote D’Azure, France Value: $750 million Details: This 50-acre estate includes “a commercial sized green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, helipad, and a guest house larger than the mansions of most millionaires,” according to Variety. The house was famously used as a set in the 1955 Hitchcock classic To Catch a Thief. Owner: Lily Safra—A Brazilian philanthropist and widow of Lebanese banker William Safra. Her husband died when another one of the couple’s homes burned down, apparently due to arson. 2:Antilia Location: Mumbai, India Value: $1 billion Details: The Antilia isn’t even really a home in the traditional sense. This 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building has six underground parking floors, three helicopter pads, and requires a 600-person staff just to maintain it. Owner: Mukesh Ambani—India’s richest man, with a net worth of $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani made his money running Reliance Industries, an energy and materials company. 1: Buckingham Palace Location: London Value: $1.55 billion Details: Technically still a house, but certainly not for sale, the Queen’s residence was valued at roughly $1.5 billion by the Nationwide Building Society in 2012. The property holds 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms. Owner: The British Sovereign—Currently Queen Elizabeth II, who has ruled since February 6, 1952.
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Top 10 Expensive Houses / Most nicest houses
 
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In this video i will tell you about the most expensive houses Subscribe my channel for more videos 10. 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens Located in London, this 10-bedroom mansion was once a prep school. It has an underground swimming pool, sauna, gym and cinema, and even has a panic room. The interior is covered with marble and gold, and decorated with priceless artworks. Owned by Olena Pinchuk, founder of ANTIAIDS Foundation and daughter of Ukraine’s second president, Leonid Kuchma, this mansion is priced $128 million. 9. Kensington Palace Kensington Palace, the South Front This building is located in the Billionaires Row of London, and is extremely ornate. As if that isn’t enough, there are plans for the addition of an underground extension with a tennis court a health centre and also an auto museum. It is owned by Roman Abramovich, a billionaire from Russia, who owns the investment firm called Millhouse LLC, and Chelsea Football Club of the English Premier League, and is valued $140 million. 8. Seven The Pinnacle 141114_EM_ExpHomes_Yosemite Located in Big Sky of Montana, it is the largest property in Yellowstone Club. It is a private ski and golf community for the supremely rich people. The house comes with heated floors, several pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and also its very own ski lift. Real estate developer and timber baron, Tim Blixseth, who is the co-founder of Yellowstone Club, owns this house with Edra Blixseth. The house’s price is $155 million. 7. Hearst Castle Hearst Castle Interior It is located in San Simeon in California, and is a 27-bedroom castle. The mansion’s claim to fame was from being featured in the film, The Godfather. It has also played host to many of the most celebrated people, like Winston Churchill, Clark Gable, John and Jackie Kennedy, etc. Owned by William Randolph Hearst’s trustees, this heritage and tourist site is a part of the California Park System, and is worth $191 million. 6. Ellison Estate Ellison Estate, Woodside, Calif. Located at Woodside in California, this is more of a compound than a house, and it consists of 10 buildings. Apart from that, the compound also a man-made lake, a koi pond, a bath house and also a tea house. Together, the area covered by the Ellison estate is 23 acres, and it is owned by Larry Ellison, who is the co-founder of Oracle and was third richest man of 2013 by none other than Forbes. Its value is $200 million. 5. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens It is located in London and is another luxurious building on Billionaires Row, near the house of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This residential building has 12 bedrooms, a Turkish baths, and indoor pool and a parking space that can accommodate 20 cars. The house belongs to steel baron Lakshmi Mittal, the head of the largest manufacturer Arcelor Mittal, and is one of Forbes’ 100 richest Indians. Its value is $222 million. 4. Four Fairfield Pond Fairfield Pond Most Expensive Houses Located at Sagaponack at New York, this palatial building is spread over an area of 63 acres, and it consists of 29 bedrooms, and even comes with its own power plant. Inside the building are 39 bathrooms and a 91-foot long dining room. It also has a basketball court, a bowling alley, tennis courts and squash courts. The building’s owner is Ira Rennert who owns the Renco Group. The mansion is valued at $248.5 million. 3. Villa Leopolda Most Expensive Houses Villa Leopolda The estate, which is spread over an area of 50 acres, is located at Cote D’Azure in France, and is inclusive of a green house almost as large as a commercial building, a helipad, an outhouse kitchen and a guest house larger than many of the mansions owned by millionaires. It was featured in Alfred Hitchcock’s To Catch a Thief in 1955. Brazilian philanthropist, Lily Safra owns this gigantic mansion which is valued at $750 billion. 2. Antilia Antilia Ambani Most Expensive Houses Located at Mumbai in India, this building with an extremely untraditional architecture and style is spread across 400,000 square-feet. This 27-story modern palace has 6 underground parking floors and 3 helicopter pads, and requires a staff of 600 people to maintain it. Mukesh Ambani, the richest man of India, and owner of the Reliance Group of Companies, is the owner of the most expensive modern building, valued at $1 billion. 1. Buckingham Palace 141114_EM_ExpHomes_Buckingham It is located in London and technically speaking, it is still a house, even though it is not for sale. After all, it is the residence of the Queen of England, and has 775 rooms, including 188 staff rooms, 78 bathrooms, 52 bedrooms, 19 state rooms and 92 offices. The owner of this property is the British Sovereign, currently Queen Elizabeth II who has been ruling since 1952. The valuation of the palace is $1.55 billion, as per the National Building Society.
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MSGF Alumni Presentation - China's Debt Challenge
 
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Since the Global Financial Crisis, the stock of debt in China has expanded at an extraordinary rate and an unprecedented scale. This has been most pronounced in the corporate sector, where debt outstanding as a proportion of GDP has increased from around 85% in 2008 to over 150% today. With the Chinese economy slowing and corporate profitability under pressure, non-performing loans (“NPLs”) in the banking sector are starting to build. This has prompted fears of a potential banking crisis in China, similar to the experience of the late 1990’s NPL cycle. In this seminar, the speakers, David Millhouse, Head of China Research, Forsyth Barr Asia and Adam Millhouse, Associate Director, Macquarie Group (MSGF Class of 2016) will identify some of the key areas of risk and potential bad debt costs to the banking system. Recommendations will be made to help manage the coming NPL cycle in China.
Top #10 rich and Beautiful house in the world_HD-2018-mansion lifestyle
 
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Top #10 rich and Beautiful house in the world_HD-2018-mansion lifestyle like this: 10. 7 Upper Phillimore Gardens Location: London Value: $128 million Details: This 10-bedroom prep school turned mansion has an underground swimming pool, a sauna, gym, cinema, and even a panic room. That’s all in addition to an interior covered in marble, gold, and priceless artworks. Owner: Olena Pinchuk—daughter of Leonid Kuchma, Ukraine’s second president. She is known for being the founder of the ANTIAIDS Foundation and a friend of Elton John. 9. Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $140 million Details: Located on London’s Billionaires Row, the already tricked-out pad will soon add an underground extension with a tennis court, health center, and auto museum. Owner: Roman Abramovich—a Russian billionaire and owner of the private investment firm Millhouse LLC. He’s probably best known in the West as the owner of the English Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club. 8. Seven The Pinnacle Location: Big Sky, Montana Value: $155 million Details: The largest property in the Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf community for the mega-rich, the house has heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift. Owners: Edra and Tim Blixseth—Real estate developer and timber baron Tim Blixseth cofounded the Yellowstone Club, but the club’s bankruptcy, a divorce, and other troubles have seriously reduced his wealth in recent years. 7. Hearst Castle Location: San Simeon, California Value: $191 million Details: The 27-bedroom castle, used in the movie The Godfather, has hosted John and Jackie Kennedy, Clark Gable, Winston Churchill, and other famous figures. Owners: William Randolph Hearst’s trustees—The castle, built by the country’s first newspaper magnate, is now a heritage and tourist site and part of the California Park System. 6. Ellison Estate Location: Woodside, California Value: $200 million Details: Less a house than a compound, this 23-acre property is home to 10 buildings, a man-man lake, koi pond, tea house, and bath house. Owner: Larry Ellison—Co-founder of Oracle and the third-richest man in the world in 2013, according to Forbes. 5. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $222 million Details: Another property on Billionaires Row, 18-19 sits alongside the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This particular residence has 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, an indoor pool, and parking for 20 cars. Owner: Lakshmi Mittal—The head of Arcelor Mittal, the world’s largest steel manufacturer, and, according to Forbes, one of the 100 richest men in India. 4. Four Fairfield Pond Location: Sagaponack, New York Value: $248.5 million Details: This 29-bedroom home sits on 63 acres and has its own power plant. Inside, there are 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, bowling alley, squash courts, tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room. Owner: Ira Rennert—Owner the Renco Group, a holding company with investments in auto manufacturing and smelting. He also has holdings in metals and mining. 3. Villa Leopolda Location: Cote D’Azure, France Value: $750 million Details: This 50-acre estate includes “a commercial sized green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, helipad, and a guest house larger than the mansions of most millionaires,” according to Variety. The house was famously used as a set in the 1955 Hitchcock classic To Catch a Thief. Owner: Lily Safra—A Brazilian philanthropist and widow of Lebanese banker William Safra. Her husband died when another one of the couple’s homes burned down, apparently due to arson. 2. Antilia Location: Mumbai, India Value: $1 billion Details: The Antilia isn’t even really a home in the traditional sense. This 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building has six underground parking floors, three helicopter pads, and requires a 600-person staff just to maintain it. Owner: Mukesh Ambani—India’s richest man, with a net worth of $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani made his money running Reliance Industries, an energy and materials company. 1. Buckingham Palace Location: London Value: $1.55 billion Details: Technically still a house, but certainly not for sale, the Queen’s residence was valued at roughly $1.5 billion by the Nationwide Building Society in 2012. The property holds 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms. Owner: The British Sovereign—Currently Queen Elizabeth II, who has ruled since February 6, 1952.
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Clifford the bull
 
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The Dow has been breaking record highs for months now and the ASX is back above where it was before the GFC. But after such a strong few months for stocks, could it be time for a pullback? One man who doesn't think a pullback is on the cards is Clifford Bennett, Chief Economist at White Crane Group. He joins Peter Switzer in the studio to tell us why.
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Bridport Art & Culture
 
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"Bridport Art & Culture" is lively view of the eclectic arts and cultural scene in and around Bridport in West Dorset. This historic market town and its surrounding villages are home to many artists, craftspeople and writers. For more information about Bridport Art & Culture please visit http://www.spiritofbridport.org/ Bridport hosts an astonishing variety of festivals and events, including Bridport Hat Festival, Bridport Open Studios, gig boat racing and the Torchlight Procession, all of which feature in the film. We see inside the studios of artists Kit Glaisyer, David Risk Kennard, Andrew Leppard, sculptor Greta Berlin (http://gb.c8.com/biography.html), potters at New House Farm in Broadoak, Sladers Yard gallery in West Bay and Eype Centre for the Arts (St Peter's church, in this video showing work by Michael Devlin Taylor). There's a haunting dance performance of the intercultural love poem Antara, written by Jo-Jo Spinks and performed by Interwoven Productions at Bridport Arts Centre. Painter Marion Taylor talks about Colmers Hill and the Wessex Military Band perform in Bucky-Doo Square in Bridport. There's also glimpses of local performers including Tinker's Cuss, FreAK Circus, Bridport Ukelele Group and AC/Beebies. The writer Richard Mabey is seen on stage at Bridport's Electric Palace with Sue Clifford, formerly of Common Ground, giving local publisher Little Toller Books' first Kenneth Allsop Memorial Talk. The film also includes two original pieces of music composed and performed by Andrew Dickson, who lives near Bridport, and is known for his award-winning compositions for film director Mike Leigh. The first piece, 'Saw', is performed on a musical saw, guitar and piano, and the second, 'Dance Piece', is performed on piano, guitar and viola (copyright Andrew Dickson 2013, all rights reserved; both used with Andrew's permission in this video). Bridport Art & Culture is one of three videos filmed and edited by Bridport-based Watershed PR for The Spirit of Bridport group (http://www.spiritofbridport.org). The other two videos are Bridport Food & Drink and Bridport Landscape & Seascape. All three were filmed by Jonathan Hudston, Stephen Banks and Nick Gilbey, and directed and edited by Stephen and Jonathan. The producer was Sara Hudston. See http://www.watershedpr.co.uk The project was part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for European Development 2007- 2013: Europe Investing in Rural Areas and delivered through the Chalk & Cheese Local Action Group with Defra as the managing authority.
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Mill House Property Tour
 
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David from Lockstones estate agent shows a tour around Mill House in Malmesbury in a Property Show feature. With many rooms including bookcase secret doorways, a huge kitchen and located right next to the river Avon this property is a vast beautiful jewel in Malmesbury. On the market for £695,000 contact : 01666 338633 if you are interested in this property.
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City of Gold, South Pass City - Main Street, Wyoming
 
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From the initial discovery of gold in the mid 1800's to the creation of a state historic site, South Pass City has witnessed much of Wyoming's history. In addition to being the site of Wyoming's first big gold strike, South Pass City was instrumental in Wyoming becoming a territory and ultimately a state. It was the birthplace of women's suffrage, the first territory to grant women the right to vote and hold public office. But South Pass City is perhaps best known as Wyoming's first boom and bust town, with hard working and hard drinking miners, loose women, gambling and the entrepreneurial businesses who profited from their dreams of instant wealth.
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The Worlds 10 Most Expensive Houses
 
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7 Upper Phillimore Gardens Location: London Value: $128 million Details: This 10-bedroom prep school turned mansion has an underground swimming pool, a sauna, gym, cinema, and even a panic room. That's all in addition to an interior covered in marble, gold, and priceless artworks. Owner: Olena Pinchuk—daughter of Leonid Kuchma, Ukraine's second president. She is known for being the founder of the ANTIAIDS Foundation and a friend of Elton John. Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $140 million Details: Located on London's Billionaires Row, the already tricked-out pad will soon add an underground extension with a tennis court, health center, and auto museum. Owner: Roman Abramovich—a Russian billionaire and owner of the private investment firm Millhouse LLC. He's probably best known in the West as the owner of the English Premier League's Chelsea Football Club. Seven The Pinnacle Location: Big Sky, Montana Value: $155 million Details: The largest property in the Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf community for the mega-rich, the house has heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift. Owners: Edra and Tim Blixseth—Real estate developer and timber baron Tim Blixseth cofounded the Yellowstone Club, but the club's bankruptcy, a divorce, and other troubles have seriously reduced his wealth in recent years. Hearst Castle Location: San Simeon, California Value: $191 million Details: The 27-bedroom castle, used in the movie The Godfather, has hosted John and Jackie Kennedy, Clark Gable, Winston Churchill, and other famous figures. Owners: William Randolph Hearst's trustees—The castle, built by the country's first newspaper magnate, is now a heritage and tourist site and part of the California Park System. Ellison Estate Location: Woodside, California Value: $200 million Details: Less a house than a compound, this 23-acre property is home to 10 buildings, a man-man lake, koi pond, tea house, and bath house. Owner: Larry Ellison—Co-founder of Oracle and the third-richest man in the world in 2013, according to Forbes. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens Location: London Value: $222 million Details: Another property on Billionaires Row, 18-19 sits alongside the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This particular residence has 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, an indoor pool, and parking for 20 cars. Owner: Lakshmi Mittal—The head of Arcelor Mittal, the world's largest steel manufacturer, and, according to Forbes, one of the 100 richest men in India. Four Fairfield Pond Location: Sagaponack, New York Value: $248.5 million Details: This 29-bedroom home sits on 63 acres and has its own power plant. Inside, there are 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, bowling alley, squash courts, tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room. Owner: Ira Rennert—Owner the Renco Group, a holding company with investments in auto manufacturing and smelting. He also has holdings in metals and mining. Villa Leopolda Location: Cote D'Azure, France Value: $750 million Details: This 50-acre estate includes "a commercial sized green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, helipad, and a guest house larger than the mansions of most millionaires," according to Variety. The house was famously used as a set in the 1955 Hitchcock classic To Catch a Thief. Owner: Lily Safra—A Brazilian philanthropist and widow of Lebanese banker William Safra. Her husband died when another one of the couple's homes burned down, apparently due to arson. Antilia Location: Mumbai, India Value: $1 billion Details: The Antilia isn't even really a home in the traditional sense. This 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building has six underground parking floors, three helicopter pads, and requires a 600-person staff just to maintain it. Owner: Mukesh Ambani—India's richest man, with a net worth of $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani made his money running Reliance Industries, an energy and materials company. Buckingham Palace Location: London Value: $1.55 billion Details: Technically still a house, but certainly not for sale, the Queen's residence was valued at roughly $1.5 billion by the Nationwide Building Society in 2012. The property holds 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms. Owner: The British Sovereign—Currently Queen Elizabeth II, who has ruled since February 6, 1952. credit to http://time.com/money/3585583/worlds-most-expensive-houses/
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THE LAST LEFT- (Street team addition)
 
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Part 1-(THE LAST LEFT) VSU students on a ision to find out whats "IN" and Whats "NOT" Part2- MALON ALI and his "EYE" (photos by Malon)
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Current Global and Local Market Place - Hewison Investor Seminar 6th March 2012-Clifford Bennett #1
 
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http://www.hewison.com.au/ Hewison Private Wealth held an exclusive briefing by renowned Economist and CEO of White Crane Group, Clifford Bennett, who provided his views on the current global and local market place and what the future holds for investors.John Hewison begins the night with a discussion on Exploding Investment Myths followed by Clifford who is an internationally respected macro-economic and global currency markets forecaster, with over 20 years experience working with leading investment banks. He was formerly Senior FX Strategist Asia, in Singapore, for BNP Paribas, as well as a member of the global economic forecasting team in London. Bennett appears regularly in print and broadcast media globally, such as the Financial Times, CNBC, and Bloomberg and was ranked "the world's most accurate currency forecaster" by Bloomberg News New York out of a survey of the top seventy investment banks and think-tanks. He is also the author of the book, Warrior Trading.
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Recruiting and Retaining Construction Talent
 
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As the workforce is pulled in a variety of different directions, the construction industry is struggling to acquire new talent and maintain the existing workers. In fact, a recent Traveler’s survey showed that this issue is the leading business risk concern for the construction industry. In order to combat these challenges, an aggressive employee recruiting and retention plan should be implemented to attract qualified, skilled workers. While these plans take shape, equip your practices with Augusta Business Insurance to safeguard your company. There are various tools at your disposal for recruiting talent to your business. First, Construction Executive reminds you to take advantage of social media to engage with potential candidates, demonstrate organizational camaraderie, communicate benefits of completed projects, share news and stories, and showcase exciting projects. It is also beneficial to maintain a positive presence at local colleges. Employees should serve as ambassadors for your brand and participate in events hosted by the local universities to entice students to join the industry. Next, consider hiring veterans. The NCCER can help to place hardworking and resourceful ex-military workers to your company. In order to retain your talented crew and achieve the maximum return on investment, consider the following procedures. Mentoring Program- This will drive employees to succeed and be inspired by role models in the company. As such, mentors need to be open to helping other workers succeed and establish short and long term goals for them to achieve. Further, a way to measure progress and success should be implemented in addition to establishing development techniques. Strengthen Leadership- Train, coach, and manage your employees to hone in on their leadership skills. A 360 leadership feedback survey can help identify individual advancement opportunities and determine how your organization’s leadership strategy aligns with its goals. Promote Employee Engagement- Studies have proven that highly engaged employees are more productive and dedicated to the organization. Promoting these types of employees with a trusting, fair, and positive workplace can ensure your actions align with your business’ values. In turn, employees will be more likely to seek advancement opportunities within your organization. At Tri-State Insurance Agency, we specialize in protecting construction businesses like yours. We offer extensive coverages to ensure your company’s success and longevity. For more information, contact us today at (888) 990-0526. http://www.tsia.net/recruiting-retaining-construction-talent/
[Extracted] MSGF Alumni Presentation - China's Debt Challenge
 
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Since the Global Financial Crisis, the stock of debt in China has expanded at an extraordinary rate and an unprecedented scale. This has been most pronounced in the corporate sector, where debt outstanding as a proportion of GDP has increased from around 85% in 2008 to over 150% today. With the Chinese economy slowing and corporate profitability under pressure, non-performing loans (“NPLs”) in the banking sector are starting to build. This has prompted fears of a potential banking crisis in China, similar to the experience of the late 1990’s NPL cycle. In this seminar, the speakers, David Millhouse, Head of China Research, Forsyth Barr Asia and Adam Millhouse, Associate Director, Macquarie Group (MSGF Class of 2016) will identify some of the key areas of risk and potential bad debt costs to the banking system. Recommendations will be made to help manage the coming NPL cycle in China.
The West Real Estate Program on ch7 2014 S03E33 Full Episode
 
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This week Pete has a cheeky peek around a brand new B1 Home while Sarah heads out into the Swan Valley, Allan goes up north of Perth to check out some eco-friendly soil in Alkimos, and Hans annoys Pete by showing off the very same B1 Home. realestatetv.com.au
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Iowa's WWII Stories
 
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More than 276,000 Iowans went into military service during World War II. 8,398 never returned. Thousands more who remained at home played major roles in winning the war, as well. The sacrifices of each of these Iowans helped determine the political and social conditions that would exist once the war ended. Iowa Public Television's production of Iowa's World War II Stories preserves some of the memories of those who put their lives on hold in the fight against the Axis powers.
Big Business Benefits at Small Business Saturday!!
 
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Come and Join Thame's best small businesses as we gather at Christchurch, Thame on 3rd December for our very own Small Business Saturday! NINE FREE WORKSHOPS start from 9.30am, and one to one appointments are available throughout the day by booking at [email protected] The fabulous Samantha Bond from Downton Abbey will also be judging Thame's brilliant window display competition, and we have the final of the YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS competition with fantastic prizes including £500 for the overall winner!! If that's not enough Stagecoach Thame and Thame Pop Choir will be performing LIVE throughout the day For more information about this brilliant business event, go to: www.smallbizthame.co.uk HUGE THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS https://www.thametowncouncil.gov.uk/ http://www.southoxon.gov.uk/ http://carmichaeluk.com/ http://www.richardsons-group.co.uk/ https://www.unicarrierseurope.com/uk http://www.mobalpa.co.uk/ https://www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/?gclid=CLvw5NrXy9ACFTMW0wodGBAE1Q http://www.daf.co.uk/en-gb http://www.booker-tate.co.uk/ http://www.mp-printers.co.uk/ http://www.thameservicestation.co.uk/ http://www.travelodge.co.uk http://www.sanderumcentre.co.uk/ http://www.xtbrewing.com/ http://www.asm-autos.co.uk/ I A Farr K & A Scaffolding #SBSThame
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DESTIN FLORIDA - BANK OWNED - $115K - WILLIAMS GROUP OF PELICAN REAL ESTATE - (850) 258 - 8670
 
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https://www.Facebook.com/NWfloridaforeclosures - Sandalwood Court Destin Florida 32541 - Destin Florida townhouse is perfect for an affordable home or a investment property! Great price! Thomas Williams and Jasmine Leigh Williams are the Emerald Coast of Florida's real estate professionals for condos, homes, land, and commercial real estate. See distressed properties for sale on Facebook @ https://www.Facebook.com/NWfloridaforeclosures. Are you ready to buy or sell Florida properties ? Call Thomas Williams at (850) 258 - 8670. Williams Group Selling Florida Real Estate, Selling the Florida Lifestyle Up-to-date as 7/12/2014. Pelican Real Estate
November 21, 2011: Empire State Future presents Land Banks
 
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On Nov 21, 2011 a forum with guest Mr. Dan Kildee was held on the recently passed NYS Land Banks Legislation. The forum was sponsored by: Empire State Future Center for Economic Growth Preservation League of New York State Historic Albany Foundation Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region Government Law Center, Albany Law School Capital District Regional Planning Commission Affordable Housing Partnership of the Capital Region Mr. Daniel T. Kildee is Co-Founder and President of Center for Community Progress. Prior to founding the Center, Kildee served as Genesee County Treasurer from 1997-2009. Before his election as Treasurer, Dan served for 12 years as a Genesee County Commissioner, including five years as Chairman of the Board of Commissioners. Dan also has served as President of the Genesee Institute, a research and training institute focusing on Smart Growth, urban land reform, and land banking. Dan was a member of the Executive Committee of the National Vacant Properties Campaign; Community Progress is the successor to the Genesee Institute and the National Vacant Properties Campaign. Dan initiated the use of Michigan's new tax foreclosure law as a tool for community development and neighborhood stabilization. He founded the Genesee Land Bank -- Michigan's first land bank, and a model for others around the nation -- and serves as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2007, Dan's Land Bank program was named winner of the Harvard University/ Fannie Mae Foundation Innovations in American Government Award for Affordable Housing. In 2009, Dan was named one of the "GOOD 100″ by the Los Angeles-based GOOD Magazine, recognizing him as one of the "the most important, exciting, and innovative people, ideas, and projects making our world better.
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Mark Levin Show PODCAST Wednesday September 05, 2018 - The Mark Levin LIVE
 
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Mark Levin Show PODCAST Wednesday September 05, 2018 - The Mark Levin LIVE http://www.marklevinshow.com #chewchewtv
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514 N Rogers, Waxahachie, Texas 75165
 
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Spectacular piece of Waxahachie history close to downtown action! This 1900 model historic home has all the amenities and character. Recent central HVAC, plumbing, electrical, fresh paint inside and out, hardwood floors throughout, an amazing kitchen, updated cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and Alaskan granite, a master suite with dual vanities and amazing shower and a freestanding tub for those long soaks. Large yard, fenced and deck.
The Simpsons • Nelson becomes Bart's friend [Black Bart] American Dad 2017
 
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Illinois American Water: The Value of Diversity
 
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At Illinois American Water, we know our greatest assets are our employees, suppliers, and contractors. Diversity is key to American Water’s continued business success not only locally in Illinois, but throughout the country. Hear what our suppliers have to say about their experiences. VIDEO CREDITS: Actor: Bruce Hauk, Dawn Gilbert, Dolla Crater, Jerry Garland, Marie Marcenac and Michael Zambrana Collaborator: Carcus Group, Inc., Milhouse Engineering & Construction, Inc. and Pangea Group Editor: Mike Meehan Executive Producer: Dawn Johnson Writer: Dawn Johnson
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TOP 10 MOST EXPENSIVE & BEAUTIFUL HOUSES IN THE WORLD.
 
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Hello everyone. Today i am going to show you about 10 Most Expensive Houses in the World 10. 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens Located in London, this 10-bedroom mansion was once a prep school. It has an underground swimming pool, sauna, gym and cinema, and even has a panic room. The interior is covered with marble and gold, and decorated with priceless artworks. 9. Kensington Palace This building is located in the Billionaires Row of London, and is extremely ornate. As if that isn't enough, there are plans for the addition of an underground extension with a tennis court a health centre and also an auto museum. It is owned by Roman Abramovich, a billionaire from Russia, who owns the investment firm called Millhouse LLC, and Chelsea Football Club of the English Premier League, and is valued $140 million. 8. Seven The Pinnacle Located in Big Sky of Montana, it is the largest property in Yellowstone Club. It is a private ski and golf community for the supremely rich people. The house comes with heated floors, several pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and also its very own ski lift. Real estate developer and timber baron, Tim Blixseth, who is the co-founder of Yellowstone Club, owns this house with Edra Blixseth. The house's price is $155 million. 7. Hearst Castle It is located in San Simeon in California, and is a 27-bedroom castle. The mansion's claim to fame was from being featured in the film, The Godfather. It has also played host to many of the most celebrated people, like Winston Churchill, Clark Gable, John and Jackie Kennedy, etc. 6. Ellison Estate Located at Woodside in California, this is more of a compound than a house, and it consists of 10 buildings. Apart from that, the compound also a man-made lake, a koi pond, a bath house and also a tea house. Together, the area covered by the Ellison estate is 23 acres, and it is owned by Larry Ellison, who is the co-founder of Oracle and was third richest man of 2013 by none other than Forbes. 5. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens It is located in London and is another luxurious building on Billionaires Row, near the house of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This residential building has 12 bedrooms, a Turkish baths, and indoor pool and a parking space that can accommodate 20 cars. The house belongs to steel baron Lakshmi Mittal, the head of the largest manufacturer Arcelor Mittal, and is one of Forbes 100 richest Indians. Its value is $222 million. 4. Four Fairfield Pond Located at Sagaponack at New York, this palatial building is spread over an area of 63 acres, and it consists of 29 bedrooms, and even comes with its own power plant. Inside the building are 39 bathrooms and a 91-foot long dining room. It also has a basketball court, a bowling alley, tennis courts and squash courts. The building's owner is Ira Rennert who owns the Renco Group. The mansion is valued at $248.5 million. 3. Villa Leopolda The estate, which is spread over an area of 50 acres, is located at Cote D'Azure in France, and is inclusive of a green house almost as large as a commercial building, a helipad, an outhouse kitchen and a guest house larger than many of the mansions owned by millionaires. It was featured in Alfred Hitchcock's To Catch a Thief in 1955. Brazilian philanthropist, Lily Safra owns this gigantic mansion which is valued at $750 billion. 2. Antilia Located at Mumbai in India, this building with an extremely untraditional architecture and style is spread across 400,000 square-feet. This 27-story modern palace has 6 underground parking floors and 3 helicopter pads, and requires a staff of 600 people to maintain it. Mukesh Ambani, the richest man of India, and owner of the Reliance Group of Companies, is the owner of the most expensive modern building, valued at $1 billion. 1. Buckingham Palace It is located in London and technically speaking, it is still a house, even though it is not for sale. After all, it is the residence of the Queen of England, and has 775 rooms, including 188 staff rooms, 78 bathrooms, 52 bedrooms, 19 state rooms and 92 offices. The owner of this property is the British Sovereign, currently Queen Elizabeth II who has been ruling since 1952. The valuation of the palace is $1.55 billion, as per the National Building Society. keyword : expensive houses near me. expensive houses in the world. expensive houses in new york. expensive houses. expensive houses around the world. expensive houses america. most expensive house address. expensive homes. expensive houses canada. expensive houses england. expensive houses. london.expensive house tour, expensive houses in the world, expensive house in dubai, expensive house, expensive house in the world, best expensive house, world most expensive house documentary, expensive house ever, expensive house hunters, world's most expensive house tour
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Long Branch, NJ Real Estate - Weichert
 
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http://www.weichert.com/search/realestate/PropertyListing.aspx?P=14719015&SRC=YouTube&SEG=VID&GCID=C10566x189 Single Family, Listed By SALLY TOMAS MLS Number: 20735991, 5 Bedrooms 2.50 Bathrooms
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OBI Property meets Jake Welsh, e3 Creative
 
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Will Lewis of OBI catches up with client Jake Welsh to discuss their recent growth and on going success as one of Manchesters leading design agencies.
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Fab To Create Japanese Joint Venture as It Lands Another $5 Million
 
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Fab To Create Japanese Joint Venture as It Lands Another $5 Million Fab has added another $5 million investment to its now-$165-million Series D investment round, with Itochu Corporation joining the fold. Fab CEO Jason Goldberg said in a blog post that the two companies "will endeavor to develop a joint venture agreement that will mutually invest in bringing Fab to Japan in 2014." http://allthingsd.com/20130812/fab-to-create-japanese-joint-venture-as-it-lands-another-5-million/ http://www.wochit.com
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Founder Friday: Rip Van Wafels
 
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As a student at Brown, Abhishek Pruisken (Rip) ’10 missed the traditional stroopwafel he enjoyed back at home in Amsterdam. And after a study trip to Italy, he had an entrepreneurial epiphany … it was time to bring his favorite snack to the masses. First, he started creating the decadent yet health-conscious snack in his dorm room. Then, he sold them on the main green. Fast forward to today, and you can find Rip Van Wafels in over 12,000 Starbucks locations and leading tech companies across the country. October 12, 2018 Brown University
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