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The combination of sanctions, the falling ruble and continuous slide in oil prices is chopping billions from the fortunes of Russia's richest men. Who's taking the biggest hit?
From a $147 million Hamptons estate to a $38 million Ferrari, the most sought-after status symbols and collectibles reached an entirely new level.
CNBC's Robert Frank discusses how the crisis on Russian markets is putting the squeeze on billionaire Russian oligarchs and could cause dramatic wealth destruction.
US millionaires with at least $1 million in investable assets expect bigger returns on their investments and economic growth next year.
Where will the millionaires place their bets in 2015? CNBC.com breaks down the hottest sectors.
The folks at Gray Design, a team of Swedish car and boat designers, have developed a new concept yacht called the Xhibitionist.
CNBC's Robert Frank discusses if America's millionaires are bullish on the U.S. stock markets and optimistic about the broader economy.
For $40,000 this 6,045-square-inch dollhouse could be yours, but if it were a real home in London's Chelsea, it would cost as much as $20 million.
NBA player Andrew Bogut spends part of his $14 million a year salary to buy muscle cars, shopping, and feeding his two dogs.
You may think art was biggest gainer in terms of collectible investments this year. But you would be wrong.
A company that sells truffles said it is auctioning off a huge truffle in New York with proceeds that will go to charity.
This summer, analysts were predicting that Harold Hamm could lose half of his $20 billion fortune in his divorce. Instead, the cut came from falling oil prices.
CNBC's Mary Thompson and Jane Wells showcase two million dollar homes, Brick Duplex and Secluded Digs. Superbroker Dolly Lenz weighs in on which listing is the better value.
The 400 highest earning Americans made $106 billion in 2010, up more than 20 percent, according to data from the Internal Revenue Service.
The number of people with a net worth of $30 million or higher is growing rapidly in the U.S., especially in California and New York.
Ex-Wall Streeter Turney Duff live blogs the Convenant House Sleep Out, where executives and celebrities sleep on the street for a night to raise awareness and money for homeless youth.
The amount of individuals that hold more than $30 million in assets has climbed to a new record in 2014, according to a global survey on Wednesday.
Forget taxes, fairness and government, one of the biggest drivers of income inequality is higher investment returns.
Successful investing boils down to creating consistent, winning strategies and regularly measuring them, author Tony Robbins tells CNBC.
Pimco denies a report that co-founder Bill Gross received a $290 million bonus in 2013.