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Donations from major corporations and business tycoons lead to a record breaking fundraising total for President Trump.
If you want to avoid a tax audit this year, here's the best piece of advice: don't make millions.
Tesla founder Elon Musk is adding to his billions.
Guido Krass, Silver Yachts, talks about the Silver Fast, the largest yacht making an appearance at the Singapore Yacht Show.
With Donald Trump's team disclosures released last Friday, we got a glimpse at the investing strategies of White House staffers.
The number of Manhattan real estate sales was essentially flat in the first quarter, ending a monthslong decline.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com founder and CEO, is now the second-richest person on the planet, besting Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway.
The number of millionaire households in America increased by 400,000 in 2016, reaching a new record of 10.8 million.
Kerry Dolan of Forbes Media talks about the record number of billionaires that made Forbes' Billionaires List in 2017.
Sotheby's is set to auction the famous "Pink Star" diamond at its sale in Hong Kong on April 4.
The proposed repeal of taxes that were put in place to fund Obamacare would give America's top earners the biggest cut.
There are many reasons for a second passport and for the world's elite, they amount to a "backup plan," the SCMP reports.
There are now 2,257 billionaires in the world, with the largest concentration in China and the U.S.
She was one of the most memorable Bond girls in "Skyfall". But this particular Bond girl wasn't an actress – it was a super-yacht.
More and more owners of shiny new Rolex watches are paying thousands of dollars more to turn their luxury timepieces jet black.
When it comes to collectibles, the best place to put your money in 2016 was in liquid assets — literally.
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