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USA by Mind Map: USA

1. Center of finance

1.1. Banks

1.1.1. financial crisis 2008

1.1.1.1. survivors

1.1.1.1.1. Merrill Lynch

1.1.1.1.2. Wells Fargo

1.1.1.1.3. Goldman Sachs

1.1.1.2. buried one

1.1.1.2.1. 450 in a following years

1.1.1.2.2. Lehman Brothers

1.2. Stock exchange

1.2.1. New York Stock Exchange

1.2.1.1. Average daily trading value $169 000 000 000 (2013)

1.2.2. IPO

1.2.2.1. Process by which a private company goes public and sells shares to public

1.2.3. Major provider of capital for businesses, worldwide

2. entertainment industries

2.1. Movies

2.1.1. Hollywood

2.1.2. Awards

2.1.2.1. Oscar

2.1.2.2. Golden Globe

2.1.2.3. MTV

2.2. DisneyWorld

2.2.1. fun facts

2.2.1.1. 104 square kilometers (overall)

2.2.1.1.1. City Pilsen has 138 square kilometers

2.2.1.2. Mickey and Minnie have both around 100 unique costumes.

2.2.1.3. since 1971 there has been lost 1.65 million sunglasses

2.3. TV

2.3.1. WWE

2.3.1.1. John Cena

2.3.2. Simpsons

2.3.2.1. Author: Matt Groening

2.3.3. Friends

2.3.3.1. Never aging Jennifer Aniston

3. "current" affairs

3.1. Impeachment of Donald Trump

3.1.1. Reason: Abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

3.1.1.1. Outcome: DT remained in office

3.2. corona virus

3.2.1. Dr. Oz: "It's your patriotic duty to not use a mask"

3.2.1.1. Due to shortage in hospitals

3.2.2. In absolute numbers it is spreading fastest in the world.

3.2.3. Fed's injection of trillions of dollars to relieve U.S. debt market.

4. Inventors

4.1. John S. Pemberton

4.1.1. Coca-Cola

4.2. Wright brothers

4.2.1. Airplane

4.3. George Samuel Hurst

4.3.1. Touchscreen

4.4. Thomas Alva Edison

4.4.1. Light bulb

5. interesting industries

5.1. Aerosapce

5.1.1. NASA

5.1.2. SpaceX

5.2. Game industry

5.2.1. 2019 revenue $1.1 billion (doubles nearly every second year)

5.2.2. average salary for mediocre pro gamers can range from $3,000-to-$5,000 a month

5.2.2.1. plus tournament awards and sponsorship, both exceeding with the amount the monthly salary a lot of times.

5.3. Tech industry

5.3.1. Tesla electric cars

5.3.2. Apple and its innovations

5.3.3. Intel and its micro microprocessors

5.3.4. Artificial Intelligence research on MIT

6. Icons

6.1. Busines

6.1.1. Steve Jobs

6.1.2. Bill Gates

6.1.3. Warren Buffett

6.2. Sports

6.2.1. Football

6.2.1.1. Tom Brady

6.2.1.2. Odell Beckham Jr.

6.2.1.3. Randy Moss

6.2.2. Basketball

6.2.2.1. LeBron James

6.2.2.2. Michael Jordan

6.2.2.3. Kobe Bryant

6.3. Movies

6.3.1. Pamela Andérson

6.3.2. Brad Pitt

6.3.3. Leonardo DiCaprio

6.3.4. Scarlett Johansson

6.4. History

6.4.1. George Washington

6.4.2. Henry Ford

6.4.3. Ernest Hemingway

7. Fundamentals

7.1. Capital city: Washington, D.C.

7.2. Population: 330 M inhabitants

7.2.1. More than 45 M citizens with different country of birth

7.3. Official language: It does not have

7.4. Currency: United States dollar

7.5. division

7.5.1. 50 states

7.5.1.1. plus federal district Washington

7.5.1.2. and other 14 inhabited territories

7.5.1.2.1. For example Puerto Rico as a next USA potential state

8. Geography

8.1. Hilly West Coast

8.2. Flat East Coast

8.3. Rivers

8.3.1. Missouri River (longest - 3 767 km)

8.3.2. Mississippi River

8.3.3. Yukon River

8.4. Highest peak

8.4.1. Denali 6 190 m.a.s.l.

8.5. Washed by

8.5.1. Pacific North Ocean

8.5.2. North Atlantic Ocean