Queen Elizabeth II is one of the 10th wealthiest women in the world.
In gambling language, for a gambling house a “sure-thing” is a wager that a player has little chance of winning; “easy money” is their profit from an inexperienced bettor, an unlucky player is called a “stiff.”
In 1965, CEOs earned on average 44 times more than factory workers. In 1998, CEOs earned on average 326 times more than factory workers and in 1999, they earned 419 times more than factory workers.
Tourism is the world’s biggest industry, affecting 240 million jobs.
The term “Blue Chip” comes from the colour of the poker chip with the highest value, blue.