Not Google in its current state. That'd be ridiculous. But before it became the owner of planet earth, Google was just a fresh-faced web start-up. One that cost approximately 25 million bucks to get off the ground. So, basically, the seeds of world domination cost about half as much as it does to annoy the loyal readers of the most respected newspaper on the planet.
2. 2,666,666 Monthly Subscriptions
3. 20 Million Ice Cream Cones
4. Lebron James For Three Years
5. The Situation For Eight Years
Ugh. I hate typing this, but the Situation makes eight million bucks a year. Pretty hefty wages being doled out at the gross factory, I guess. But alas, the guy's raking it in. So put him to good use. Put him on staff, force him to write an Ann Landers-esque column giving out advice to aspiring assholes.
6. The Social Network
Well not Facebook, specifically. But they could've hired David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin to make a movie for their website, just like they did for The Social Network, which cost 50 million to make. "If you invented the New York Times pay wall, you would've invented the New York Times pay wall." This thing writes itself.
8. The Pittsburgh Pirates
9. 4.141 Billion Yen