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The Story Behind The Most Expensive Divorce in History

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The pandemic forced everyone to shop online, so Amazon won big.

In 2021 alone, Amazon made $21.3 billion in profit on more than $386 billion in annual sales. This enormous success made a lot of billionaires, and no one is more willing to give their money away than Mackenzie Scott, who lives in Seattle, Washington.




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Luay Rahil

Luay Rahil

I study how the top 1% live, work & lead, and turn their winning habits into easy-to-use routines you can use for life and business.

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