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These lucky corporate chiefs took home the most pay in 2010. Some saw their compensation more than double -- even triple! -- from a year earlier.
What executives cashed in and sold their company's stock last year? No. 1 Steve Ballmer sold $2 billion (!) of MSFT. In all, these 10 execs made over $6.5B from stock sales in 2010, according to an analysis by Equilar.
Ever dream of having your own reception hall or a dining room that could seat 20 people or more? Thanks to the housing bust, these mansions offer thousands of feet of living space for less than what it costs to buy a one-bedroom condo in New York or San Francisco.
Some of the hottest products of the year cost well under $100, from gaming consoles and VR headsets to drones.
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Stadium attendance is down so pro sports teams are using technology to win back fans and get them in their seats.
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