The most prolific giver in the Forbes 400 ranking is George Soros, whose $16.8 billion in giving to Charities has towered over his $8.6 billion net worth.
The legal dispute with Blue Origin has thwarted collaboration between Nasa and SpaceX, delaying the 2024 deadline for the lunar mission.
“They can give it all to their own charity,” Bezos said at a press conference after his space jaunt. “Or they can share the wealth. It is up to them.”
“We did this 60 years ago with NASA with the public. All of this for a billionaire to have a joyride into space? I think people would rather have healthcare,” she stated.
“Billionaire’s should not exist…on earth, or in space, but should they decide the latter they should stay there,” one of the petition’s description explained.
“Do you know what they call that?’ Stefanovic says while struggling to contain his laughter. “A rocket,” Langdon wryly replies.
“It does not make a lot of sense to me that we would provide billions of dollars to a company owned by the wealthiest guy in America,” Sanders quipped.
USPS generated nearly $4 billion in revenue from Amazon in 2019 and tallied an embarrassing $1.6 billion of that in profit.
Amazon “Privately Pressured USPS To Install An Illegal Ballot Dropbox During The Union Election” Allegedly
“Amazon repeatedly calls USPS’s ‘strategic account manager’ to say they want to install their own box” — a request that that USPS rejects.
“It’s clear that Amazon has been violating the law when it tries to silence workers who speak out.”