If you’re interested in visiting some of the most expensive buildings in the world, take a trip to Las Vegas. Sin City boasts an impressive three of the world’s 10 –most expensive buildings.
If you want to see the rest, be prepared for some travel: Six of the 10 are located in countries outside the United States.
The list of the 10 most expensive buildings in the world is a remarkably varied one. It includes baseball and soccer stadiums, casinos, resorts and even a family home.
Here’s a quick look at some of the priciest real estate around:
The Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas ranks as the 10th most expensive building in the world at a cost of $950 million. Built in 2007, the casino/resort owned by MGM Resorts International rises 43 stories in the air.
For those of you who are in an MBA program, you probably have come across the situation where you have found a strong piece of content on Wikipedia. Only problem is, with the site’s open source format, there is always room for the potential of false material to be published. Here in lies the primary reason as to why you should not use anything on Wikipedia as a direct source for any work you do in your MBA program. The following infographic highlights some interesting facts about Wikipedia. There will be those that you are familiar with, but there is also some information you may not be aware of
Via: Online MBA Rankings
This infographic, created by Jesse Thomas of digital creative agency Jess3, shows the relative size of social networks and online services such as Skype, Gmail, MySpace, Twitter and Foursquare, and also shows the proportion of their user base that access the service via a mobile device. Jess3 has also done a number of other creative visualizations of digital services, including the “Conversation Prism” in collaboration with Brian Solis