October 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct2002, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p28
Academic Journal
This article focuses on finance-related data from various business periodicals. Number of personal computers sold worldwide in the last 25 years is 1 billion; 70 percent of people enrolled in debt management programs who are women; Correlation between the Morgan Stanley's Europe Australia and Far East Index and the S&P 500 in 1992 is 58 percent; Salary, in dollars, for position as chief chocolate taster for London grocer Fortnum & Mason is 55,000; 1,363 number of estates, out of 52,000 taxable estate-tax returns filed in 2000, worth $10 million or more.


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