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Bugatti Sales Director John Hill joins CNBC's Robert Frank to talk about the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, the world's fastest open-top sports car.
CNBC's Robert Frank test drives the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, which happens to be the fastest production roadster on the planet. And one of the most expensive.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is the world's fastest open-top sports car, reports CNBC's Robert Frank from behind the wheel of the luxury automobile.
Valuing diamonds and the broader diamond "market" is virtually impossible. That makes diamond investing a risky venture best left to insiders and seasoned professionals.
Billionaire Warren Buffett's son Peter recently sparked a huge debate over the role of philanthropy with an op-ed he published. A look at the arguments that continue to rage on days later.
Saudi Arabia Prince Alwaleed is worried increased U.S. energy production could hurt his country's economy, reports CNBC's Seema Mody; and a new study is focused on the 30 years before the 2007 recession when the rich were indeed getting richer, but so did everyone else, with Richard Burkhauser, Cornell University.
"Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars Teresa Guidice and husband Joe have been indicted on 39 counts of fraud and tax charges. CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at other "Housewives" couples "faking it until they make it."
New York lawyer William Zabel has helped settle high profile divorces in the past, and now Wendi Deng has hired Zabel for her divorce from Rupert Murdoch, with CNBC's Robert Frank. Peter Lattman of The New York Times, offers insight.
Wendi Deng has hired the well-known New York attorney William Zabel to represent her in her divorce from Rupert Murdoch, CNBC has learned.
From Steve Schwarzman to Sean Parker to Steve Cohen, billionaires who host ill-timed or ill-considered parties can quickly feel the PR pain.
Police are searching for a man who was wearing gloves, a cap and a scarf to mask his face while sneaking into the diamond show in a luxury Cannes hotel.
Survey data point to an increasingly globalized U.S. economy, the widening gap between rich and poor, and the loss of good-paying manufacturing jobs as reasons for the trend.
Actor James Gandolfini may have left too much of his money to the IRS. CNBC's Robert Frank details Gandolfini's will, and why a lot of his estate will be subject to taxes.
It's hot in the Hamptons this summer! Real estate sales shot up 23% in the second quarter, topping $1 billion.
Despite a tanking housing market, CNBC's Robert Frank reports the Hamptons heating up.
We look at the world's 10 richest diamond owners that consist of collectors, dealers, business owners as well as investors who have stakes in some of the world's biggest diamond mines.
Slowing economies in places like China and Brazil are weighing on the real estate market as foreign purchases of U.S. property slowed in the 12 months ended in March, a new report said.
A Long Island contractor decided to buy the contents of a storage container for about $100 and inside he found a rare car that was in the James Bond movie, "The Spy Who Loved Me." The car is now up for auction.
According to a report by UBS, 70 percent of investors with more than $1 million in invest-able assets do not consider themselves wealthy. Mike Ryan, UBS, and CNBC's Robert Frank, discuss the definition of wealthy.
Everyone has their own definition of what it means to be rich, but a new study from UBS has a cold, hard answer: $5 million—with at least $1 million of that in cold, hard cash.
Advisors often see clients' wealth squandered by children, but parents can in fact protect their legacy from irresponsible heirs.
As the market rises, now is the time to guard your portfolio against the volatility that can strike at any time.
Advisors are using exchange-traded funds in clients' portfolios, citing transparency and a demand for lower-cost investments.