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Charlie Bell Net Worth

Charlie Bell Net Worth is$6 Million
Charlie Bell Salary is$4 Million
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Profession: Basketball player
Date of Birth: Mar 12, 1979
Ethnicity: African American
Country: United States of America
What is Charlie Bell’s net worth? Charlie Bell’s net worth is $6 million dollars. Born in Flint, Michigan, Charlie Bell played for his high school basketball team in Flint, and then went on to a successful college hoops career with Michigan State University. He was signed by the Phoenix Suns as a free agent in 2001, and spent the next year bouncing from the Suns, to the Eclipse, to the Dallas Mavericks, before choosing to leave the NBA and head to Europe. From 2002 to 2004, he placed for Benetton Treviso, Virtus Bologna, and Mabo Livorno, all in based in Italy. His time in Italy was marked by injury, and it was not until he moved to Spain to play for Leche Rio Breogan, that he finally returned to his previous level of play. His time in Spain was quite successful. He then returned to the US to play with the Milwaukee Bucks, and played successful for the team through 2010. He was then traded to the Golden State Warriors, who subsequently waived him. He is now playing for Otto Caserta in Italy.
Charles Hamilton Bell AO (7 November 1960 – 17 January 2005) was an Australian business executive. He served as president of the American-based fast-food chain McDonald’s from December 2002, and additionally as chief executive officer from April to November 2004. Bell was the first non-American to hold that position.
Bell grew up in Sydney, Australia, and attended Marcellin College Randwick. Bell began his career at McDonald’s at the age of 15, working at the Kingsford restaurant in Sydney. At the age of 19, he became the youngest store manager in Australian McDonald’s history. At age 29 he was on the board of the Australian subsidiary, becoming its managing director at 33.
He quickly rose through the ranks of corporate McDonald’s and when CEO Jim Cantalupo died suddenly on 19 April 2004, Bell was chosen to take his place. During his short time at the head of the company, its greatest problem was criticism of the healthiness of its food, which was exacerbated by the release of the documentary film Super Size Me. Bell led efforts to add more healthier choices to the McDonald’s menu, and allow parents to substitute juice and apple slices for fries and soft drinks for their children. The “Supersize” option was also eliminated. During his brief tenure, his initiatives resulted in a successful turnaround in McDonald’s fortunes. Bell was also responsible for introducing the McCafe, a coffeehouse franchise that serves gourmet coffee, cakes and pastries and premium teas.
Soon after becoming CEO, Bell was diagnosed with colon cancer. He had surgery on 7 May 2004, just over two weeks after taking over as CEO. He continued working for a time, but eventually resigned to battle the disease, which became incurable. In December 2004, McDonald’s paid for the terminally-ill Bell to be returned to his native Australia in a specially equipped jet. He died shortly afterwards at his apartment in the City with his family around him.
The deaths of Cantalupo and Bell, who died
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