Nicholas Cage is one of the bigger actors in Hollywood, headlining classic movies like The Ghost Rider, the ever so awesome National Treasure Series, Face/Off with John Travolta, and many more. It's not rare when celebrities go overboard with their spending, but Cage gave the word overboard a whole different meaning. Once among the richest Hollywood stars, having a net worth of around $150 million, Cage has always had a huge spending problem. He squandered a whole lot of his fortune on bizarre items.
America’s financial future definitely hung in the balance this year. Joe Biden is set to inherit an economy that has seen the absolute worst. We’ve seen record unemployment, businesses declaring bankruptcy, an eviction crisis, not to mention the fact that we’re heading into winter, a time when COVID-19 is expected to increase the death toll manifold, devastate hospital systems nationwide, and potentially lead to more lockdowns.
Do you remember the last time you had a glance at the pamphlet handed to you by some random person on the road, only to throw it away? Oh, that’s a whole lot of effort. But, do you remember pausing for the sponsored advertisement of an enormous Flash Sale or a Giveaway while scrolling your Instagram feed? Obviously! You wouldn’t miss those for the world. This transition from real to digital is big. And what follows is an attempt to answer the #HowWhenWhy. Let's read what's ahead!
In 2011, Blackberry used to be among the top companies leading the mobile market with a market value of over $19.9 billion. On the other hand, today with a market value of only $1040 million, Blackberry does not even make it to the top 10 companies in the mobile market.