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Forbes is out with a list of the 100 most innovative companies in the world. Bruce Upbin, managing editor at Forbes, joins to discuss the list.
A new study from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center finds that the real money for the wealthy is made from investments and business income—not salaries.
CNBC's Robert Frank has the latest details in a bizarre love triangle potentially involving Bernie Madoff.
Ever dream of owning a Maserati? A look at the new and more affordable 2014 Maserati Ghibli, with Robert Graczyk, Maserati North America president & CEO, and CNBC's Robert Frank and Herb Greenberg. "This car is 100% Maserati, and can go 177 mph," says Graczyk.
One New York City area resident spent nearly $1 million just building a wine cellar that was then stocked with about 6,750 bottles of wine.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on one collector's private collection worth millions of dollars with one bottle worth $30,000.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on "turnkey mansions," when a rich buyer wants a mansion and everything in it. A New York penthouse sold for $7 million, which even included the toilet brushes and two jars filled with M&Ms.
Haggling over fossils and forks has become increasingly common at the top of the real estate market as more and more foreign buyers rush into the market for high-end properties.
After taxes, the 3 Powerball jackpot winners will receive $58 million. CNBC's Robert Frank reports on what the money can buy you.
Checking on the real estate market in San Francisco, with McGuire Real Estate partner Jeff Salgado. This week's power house is listed for $1.295 million.
Mel Karmazin wants JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon to run for president, and the New York Times says it's not for sale. CNBC's Robert Frank and Bob Pisani, discuss.
Record lottery payouts are rewriting the conventional financial wisdom about how the winners can best handle their good fortune, from tax advice to their reconfigured lives.
Two veterinarians and a private jet company have partnered to offer the country's only ride-along-vet, concierge-pet service.
Emerging middle class-consumers in countries such as India and China are pushing up prices for everything from food to diamonds.
Detroit's emergency manager has asked Christie's to appraise the city's art collection, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
A new study shows those making $750,000 are the nation's top cash hoarders. CNBC's Robert Frank reports they are more interested in saving, than investing.
Since the financial crisis, the wealthy have become the nation's top cash hoarders, filling up deposit accounts and money markets at a rapid clip.
A new study reveals that people making $750,000 or more don't retire until well into their 70s. CNBC's Robert Frank offers insight.
The wealthy are the least likely to retire, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. A new survey shows those making $750,000 or more have the highest planned retirement ages.
When asked "At what age do you expect to retire?" nearly one-third of those with annual earnings of $750,000 or more answered "over 70." Fifteen percent say they never plan to retire.
Women tend to be less confident about money than men, but advisors are helping them bridge the still-wide financial literacy gap.
Broker has become a dirty word in the financial advisor business, but the fee-based model isn't always the best approach.
When it comes to retirement planning and making savings a priority, we are truly a nation of procrastinators.