Tokyo has decided to display a $128,000 toilet, complete with 72,000 Swarovski crystals to attract more tourists. The toilet can be found at a ritzy shopping district in the city but will only be on display for a few more weeks. It took jewelers one month to assemble and decorate. You can check out the video after the jump.
It pays to be an animal, especially for one cat who inherited $13 million from its owner. The woman died a few weeks ago in Rome, who was a wealthy widow of an Italian property owner. The cat also received her properties in addition to the money.
Raffi Stepanian struck gold by ‘mining’ the sidewalks in Manhattan’s Diamond District for the tiny bits of gold, platinum and rare gems that fall from the clothes of workers when they leave their shops. His discovery nets him around $300 a day.
You're probably trying to find the perfect gifts for everyone, but there are several items you shouldn't buy right now because the cost will be even cheaper in the next few months. I was really surprised to see televisions and cameras on the list of things not to buy because it seemed like there were a ton of deals on Cyber Monday. Yahoo suggests you should wait until February to buy these two items because new models will be out and retailers will want to get rid of the older stuff.
An Illinois man accidentally gave away his life savings when he made a clothing donation to his local Goodwill store. The 80-year-old man, who lived through the Great Depression, didn't trust banks, so he had sewn the $13,000 nest-egg into the lining of a coat.
If you didn't feel like fighting the crowds on Black Friday, you can still get some good deals tomorrow for Cyber Monday without having to leave your home. Yahoo reports that some companies will have their deals starting tonight at 6pm including Toys ''R'' Us. Expect to find savings from 30% to 60% on everything you can imagine.
Turning up the dial on your thermostat in the fall and winter months is bound to add major coin to your electric bill, so you power through. Unless you live in Utah, and then you really have nothing to worry about, according to new data released this week.
While many college grads are only too happy to fly their parents’ nest and get a place of their own, the dip in the economy has meant some can’t — or won’t — until they feel more financially able to do so comfortably. What does this mean for the economy? Unfortunately, nothing good.
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