For a hefty $72 million, Rupert Murdoch's penthouse in One Madison, Manhattan is on the market, the Wall Street Journal reported.» Read More
"Secret Lives of the Super Rich" tagged along as Lamborghini owners raced their cars on an ice-and-snow-covered track in Aspen, Colo.
An eBay user is selling an "extremely rare” copy of a high school yearbook from 1972. The kicker? The yearbook contains this CEO's senior photo.
Paul Tudor Jones said income inequality could be "disastrous" and the drive for corporate profits has "ripped the humanity" from American companies.
Any run-of-the-mill millionaire can get an apartment with a skyline view. But you have to be super rich to have an apartment with a skyline view for your Ferrari.
Graff Diamonds have unveiled a watch with more than 152 carats of white diamonds, worth a whopping $40 million.
Faced with the Apple Watch, many Swiss companies are debating whether to head high-tech or stick with a centuries-old formula of watchmaking.
A peek inside the lab where Patek Philippe's most expensive watch ever, the $2.6 million Grandmaster Chime, is built.
Luxury real estate in Europe has gotten a lot cheaper in recent months with the stronger dollar and rising inventories.
Donald Trump recently hired designer Eric Roth to renovate his Sikorsky S-76 helicopter to make it "Trump-worthy." That means out with the old and in with the gold.
The collectible car market is showing more signs of slowing after the Amelia Island auction posted $99 million in sales but failed to sell the star of the event.
While Robert Durst is indeed wealthy, it's a tiny fraction of the riches held by his family and it's unclear how much wealth he still has after legal and personal troubles.
Auction house Sotheby's appointed Madison Square Garden Chief Executive Tad Smith its CEO, replacing William Ruprecht, its chief since 2000.
A scandal unfolding in Monaco and Singapore could shed light on the global market for multimillion-dollar art and possible manipulations by megadealers.
Why would you buy a $10,000 Apple Watch Edition over a Rolex? And has the Apple device now become an investable timepiece?
Are we in a collectible car bubble? This week's Amelia Island auctions will put this to the test.
Climbing stock markets and rising real estate values helped create nearly 500,000 new millionaires in the U.S. in 2014.
Take a personal tour inside the New York City home of fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger.
The next time you get a speeding ticket, be grateful you don't live in Finland. Here's why.
According to a new study, more millionaires than ever are looking for homes in other countries.
According to the Knight Frank Wealth Report, classic cars were the top performing collectible investment in 2014, posting gains of 16 percent.
Automated, algorithm-based robo-advisors are gaining a foothold with some traditional financial advisory firms.
Income from corporate jobs can yo-yo like stocks, while pay from tenured or government jobs behaves more like bonds.
An airtight estate plan takes the guesswork out of who inherits what and clearly defines end-of-life medical decisions.