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On this day: 16th of August

21st century

Emma Stone is the year's highest-paid actress

In 2015, Forbes published that Stone had become one of the highest-paid actresses with earnings of $6.5 million. The magazine would rank her as the world's highest-paid actress two years later with yearly earnings of $26 million.


FIFA's legendary boss João Havelange dies

In 2012 Havelange was hospitalized for a seriously infected right ankle in Rio de Janeiro. In 2013 he resigned from his position as FIFA's Honorary President for "health and personal reasons". Havelange was again admitted to hospital in 2014, for a lung infection, and in 2015 with respiratory problems. He died in 2016 at the age of 100.


The Playboy Mansion is sold

In 2016 the Playboy Mansion was bought for $100 million by Daren Metropoulos, the co-owner of Hostess Brands and head of the investment firm Metropoulos & Co. Metropoulos intends to eventually renovate and restore the mansion to its original form.


Ship St. Thomas Aquinas sinks

Philippine Ferry St. Thomas Aquinas collided with the cargo ship LP Sulpicio Express Siete sank. 108 people died, 29 were missing and 733 were saved. The ferry, named after the Catholic Saint Thomas Aquinas was a 455-foot long roll-on/roll-off ferry capable of transporting both passengers and their vehicles. It measured 11,000 tons and was commissioned in 1973.


Age of Empires Online is released

Age of Empires Online is a multiplayer online real-time strategy game developed by Robot Entertainment and Gas Powered Games. The game was free-to-play—it was free for users to play, though premium content could be earned or purchased, such as access to special items and blueprints, and more quests and features.


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