Who is the richest man in history? If you guessed Jeff Bezos (Amazon.com founder, $131 billion), Andrew Carnegie (American steel industry, $372 billion), or John D. Rockefeller (US oil industry, $341 billion), you are not far off.
The kingdom of Mali flourished, annexing 24 cities, including Timbuktu, and covering about 2,000 miles from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to nine large modern-day African countries. The large land mass contained lots of gold – in fact, the empire of Mali had almost half of the Old World’s gold.
Mansa was very generous, and in wanting to do good, gave large handouts of gold to poor people, which had an unintended and unforeseen consequence – it crashed the economy of Cairo, and of the entire country of Egypt!
He tried to solve the economic crash by borrowing back the gold at very high black market interest rates from Egyptian lenders. His aim was to stabilize gold prices by removing some of them from circulation.
Our company will pour a lot of money to the terminal renovation. The renovation will start this June and will ended at 2025. In the renovation construction, it is a lot of not expected things happen and usually throw more many money is poured. But the construction this time, we will manage the project not to use extra money.
I would keep the money which is enough for my comfortable life and rest of them that I will donate or use for philanthropy. I think the extra money for my comfortable life, it is no use for me if I have. So, I want to use them for helping people in trouble.
I think I’m not the person who waste a lot first of place. But when I was drinking, I had a sometime to drunk too much. It would be applicable for me that I stopped drinking because the result of disease.