- Michael Jordan, Master P, P. Diddy And Tiger Woods Named Among 40 Wealthiest Americans Under 40. // Jet;10/1/2001, Vol. 100 Issue 16, p48
Reports that basketball player Michael Jordan and musician Master P are among the only blacks to be named in a 'Fortune' magazine list of the 40 richest people under the age of 40 in the United States.
- A game plan to give `his airness' his due. Cappo, Joe // Crain's Chicago Business;5/27/96, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p10
Comments on the need for the Chicago Bulls basketball team and its owners to pay star player Michael Jordan the salary he deserves. Author's contention that Jordan should get a higher salary than any other National Basketball Association (NBA) player; Idea of how Jordan should be fairly...
- Jordan ain't coming back for the benefits. Barr, Paul G. // Pensions & Investments;3/20/95, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p3
Reports that the qualified retirement plans of athlete Michael Jordan will not change significantly if he returns to playing basketball with the Chicago Bulls. Tax-exempted retirement benefits as a small part of Jordan's compensation; Inability of National Basketball Association teams to offer...
- Jordan rules. // Golf Magazine;Jun92, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p27
Comments on Michael Jordan's alleged gambling debts and his choice of minor criminals for golfing buddies. Contends that Jordan should set a better example for his fans.
- The mighty money machine. Bart, Peter // Variety;12/02/96, Vol. 365 Issue 5, p4
Presents the author's open letter to Michael Jordan. Jordan's financial rewards for the success of the movie `Space Jam'; Jordan's investments.
- Jordan earns $850 per month in minors, but $31 mil. in endorsements. // Jet;4/25/94, Vol. 85 Issue 25, p46
Reports on minor league baseball player and basketball celebrity Michael Jordan's earnings. $31 million from product endorsements; $850 monthly salary from the minor league baseball team Birmingham Barons; Jordan's participation in a baseball exhibition game between the Chicago Cubs and White...
- MJ Industries: Annual report. Bland, Elizabeth L.; Labi, Nadya // Time;9/22/1997, Vol. 150 Issue 12, p22
Presents a tongue-in-cheek annual report of the fictional MJ Industries, run by basketball player Michael Jordan. Jordan to someday be chief executive officer of Nike; The diversified sectors and divisions of MJ Industries.
- Jocks vs. Nerds. Goode, Stephen // Insight on the News;05/08/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 17, p4
Compares the financial status of Microsoft and retired basketball player Michael Jordan. Information on Jordan's income from endorsements; Comparisons between the earnings of United States presidents and Jordan; Salary of Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.
- Jordan is top sports pitchman; projected to earn $38 million in endorsements. // Jet;09/16/96, Vol. 90 Issue 18, p46
Notes that Chicago Bulls basketball star Michael Jordan is expected to earn $38 million in in endorsements in 1996. His earning more in endorsements than any other athlete; His 1995 endorsement earnings; His basketball contract earnings; Comparison to other athletes' profits.