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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.
Steve Cohen, whose firm SAC Capital settled criminal insider charges, bought a sculpture at auction last week for $101 million, according to people familiar with the transaction.
Having already conquered the music market, hip hop royalty Jay Z is entering the luxury end of the alcohol business.
The comedian sold his TriBeCa duplex for $17.5 million, three times what he paid for it, the Daily Mail reports.
The Beverly Hills, California, estate, called Palazzo di Amore, is set on 25 acres overlooking LA.
Another strange wrinkle in oilman Harold Hamm's divorce case has emerged.
Of the 10 congressional candidates who spent the most on their own races, six won and four lost.
Michael Noer, Forbes executive editor, explains how the magazine comprised its list of the world's most powerful people, which includes tech titans, political leaders, and Asian powerhouses.
"Chariot" could help pull the increasingly top-heavy art market through another record-breaking auction season.
Million-dollar donations reached their highest level since 2008 last year, led by big name donors Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.
Home decorating is expected to nab about $2 billion this Halloween, and we're not talking scarecrows and a few pumpkins on the porch.
The Upper East Side townhouse used in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" has gone on sale for $8 million, the Daily Mail reported.
There are only a handful of openly gay or lesbian billionaires in the world. CNBC's Robert Frank takes a looks at the list of super-rich LGBT members.
Wealth managers, pay attention. Gay and lesbian CEOs may still be few in number—but the ranks of gay and lesbian millionaires and billionaires are growing rapidly.
The sale of 10 percent of Ferrari may be the ultimate auction for fans of the supercar. A look at the billionaires who might be ready to grab a piece of the action.
The building has ruled over New York real estate, but now its sales may be coming back down to Earth.
Billionaire investor Bill Ackman and a group of investors bought a $90 million penthouse in New York City and plan on flipping it. CNBC's Robert Frank has the details.
Most millionaires are concerned about inequality and nearly half support a higher minimum wage and more taxes on the rich, according to a new survey.
Ferrari is gearing up to start production on its invite-only supercar known as the Ferrari Sergio, and only six people will be able to buy one.