Putin’s Russian-made Aurus limo turn heads of German automakers at Mercedes plant

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Kadyrov presents Mercedes to 5yo ‘Chechen Schwarzenegger’ reportedly doing 4k+ push-ups

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has presented a five-year-old boy with a Mercedes-Benz car after the youngster completed 4,105 push-ups to set a disputed ‘world record’ – then asked the fitness fanatic to work out on the car’s hood.

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70yo German football fan heads to World Cup by 82yo tractor

The retired Mercedes employee Gubert Wirt from Forchheim, Germany, has been travelling since mid-May on a 1936-year model Lanz Bulldog tractor to Russia through Poland and Belarus in order to join the international army of football fans during the FIFA World Cup.

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Putin sworn in for fourth term as Russia president (3)

Vladimir Putin is sworn in as Russia’s president for a fourth term on Monday, extending his almost two-decade rule by another six years at a time of high tension with his Western rivals. Russian President glides across the Kremlin square in a boxy black Russian-made limousine, making a break with previous ceremonies when he used a Mercedes. IMAGES

The Mercedes E400’s Mood Lighting Puts A Party In Your Car

The new Mercedes E400 Coupe has mood lighting. The E-Class is the heart of Mercedes’ lineup. The newest addition’s flashiest feature is on the inside. You can choose from 64 different colors. The purple is particularly vibrant. The color shines on the dash, the doors, and the floor. The E400 is more than just pretty colors. It also has a 3.0 L V6 biturbo engine, optional emerald green paint, and a 12.3-inch central display. The E400 starts at $58,900. Party on.

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Shaq Spent $1 Million In One Day

In 1992, the legendary NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal (then only 20 years-old) made a financial mistake that forever changed the way he handled his money.

Shaq stopped by Business Insider to talk about his collaboration with home security technology company Ring, to raise awareness about how homeowners can better protect their property this holiday season. Shaq recently kicked off a campaign with Ring’s CEO Jamie Siminoff around protecting holiday package deliveries – specifically as National Package Protection Day approaches on Nov. 29. Following is a transcript of the video.

[Shaq once spent $1 million in one day. It was 1992 and he was 20 years old. He’d just signed an endorsement deal with a trading card company.]

Shaquille O’Neal: It was me being overly happy-slash-irresponsible. My agent called me and said, “Hey, you’ve got a million dollars.”

But I didn’t subtract his 15%, right? I didn’t subtract the Texas state tax or the FICA. So, in my mind, I was just trying to do the simple math. I always wanted a fancy Mercedes-Benz. I used to go to the 7-Eleven and get the fake Mercedes, the little ones and just drive them, you know, on top of my bed and — I’m gonna get one of these one day.

So, once I knew I got that million dollars, I went to the bank like a big-time guy and set up a little checking account. And I said “Okay, I’ve got a million dollars. Here you go, sir.”

I said, “I’ll be back.”

So, I went to the Mercedes dealership. The guy says $150,000. I write him a check, give it to him. So now, in my head, a million minus $150,000, I’ve still got $850,000 left, right?

So, I get home. My father says “That’s nice. Where’s mine at?”

Go buy the same car for my father. I’m good. I’ve got $700,000 left. And then came back home. My mother said, “I want the smaller version,” which cost $100,000, so in my mind, I’ve got $600,000. So now, I’ve gotta go do what all the homeboys do — gotta buy rings and diamonds and earrings and this and that.

A couple of days later, the bank manager called me in and he sat me down and he said, “I’ve been following you two or three years. Love your career. You’re probably gonna be a fabulous player and make a lot of money. But, you know a lot of you guys, when you’re done playing, don’t have anything. I don’t want you to be like that. I want you to take a look at this.”

And I was like 50, $60,000 in the hole. So, I was just writing checks. I was buying TVs. I was just buying stuff I didn’t even need. So after that, I said, “You know what? I need to get me a business manager.”

Luckily, I had a lot of hard lessons early, but I’m the type of guy that — I don’t like to miss two shots in a row, even if it’s a free throw.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This video was originally published November 8, 2017.

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