Business Insider has a lot of stories about the most prolific men in the business.
The article about a man who’s spent more than $1 billion on personal and professional perks suggests he’s been a successful entrepreneur, which is probably accurate.
But some of the perks are pretty outlandish.
Here are five of the most outrageous.1.
He owns the first McDonald’s restaurant in China.
He also owns a McDonald’s franchise in New York City.
He paid his wife $2.5 million for a wedding dress.
He bought a $5.9 million home in Bel Air, California.
He took $1.5 billion out of his 401(k) account to buy a Porsche 911.
He had a $1 million diamond engagement ring.
What to do if you’re a rich man who wants to become a billionaireWhat if you want to become the most powerful man in America?
What if you wanted to be famous for spending money on outrageous perks?
Well, it turns out that’s exactly what he did.
In the last two decades, billionaire Warren Buffett bought himself $1,000,000 worth of personal items, including a $6,500 Rolex watch, a $25,000 gold-plated Rolex, a Rolex-branded Rolex Submariner, and a $150,000 Rolex Masterpiece.
Buffett’s lifestyle has been praised by the New York Times as the most extravagant in the country.
He has the luxury of wearing expensive jewelry, such as an $18,000 diamond engagement band, as well as a $50,000 Bentley Continental GT.