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Physician's Money Digest, February 2006, Volume 13, Issue 2

30%—Percentage of big firms that are ready to roll out the new Roth 401(k). (Investor's Business Daily, 2005)

0—Number of hours a bullfrog sleeps. (New York Times, 2005)

40%—Percentage of rebates that go unredeemed. (BusinessWeek, 2005)

40 million—Number of people worldwide who are infected with HIV, double the number from a decade ago. (Newsweek, 2005)

$17.6 billion—Estimated revenues generated by for-profit higher education companies in 2005. (Newsweek, 2005)

$5.7 billion—Amount of money Warren Buffett's company, Berkshire Hathaway, poured into equities during the first three quarters of 2005. (BusinessWeek, 2005)

$398,760—Amount of the minimum yearly salary in the NBA. (Advertising Age, 2005)

$4.5 million—Amount of the average yearly salary in the NBA. (Advertising Age, 2005)

30 to 40—Number of hours spent per week preparing and cooking meals during the 1920s and 1930s. (Advertising Age, 2005)

11.9—Number of hours spent per week preparing and cooking meals today. (Advertising Age, 2005)