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By: Alexandra Gibbs
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Pembroke College, Cambridge, is set to benefit from what it says is the largest gift ever made to a Cambridge or Oxford college.
Coldplay is set to take the stage at Super Bowl 50's halftime show in 2016.
Pamela Anderson will be the the last person to pose nude for Playboy, ending the magazine's more than 60 year publishing tradition.
The data suggest that the top of the market may be getting too rich even for the rich.
Supporting a charity is all well and good, but do you know how impactful your donation really is?
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife are rewriting the rules of charitable giving, says Melissa Berman. Here's how they'll change the game.
The unusual structure Mark Zuckerberg created to give away his wealth may shield him from some of the typical requirements of charitable giving.
What's crazier than buying a $2 million car? Buying a $2 million car that you haven't been able to see pictures of, let alone test-driven.
Brown Harris Stevens has listed the three-bedroom, three-bathroom pad with a monthly rental rate of $300,000, or $14,000 per night.
Wealth-X has compiled a list of the richest people of each decade.
Ken Griffin said too many collectors are viewing art as a financial investment.
The Swiss Federal Council has announced stricter rules for freeports to "better monitor the entry and exit of goods."
Retail and luxury consumer goods have been in focus following the terror attacks in Paris last week, with analysts predicting a dent in demand.
A 1,111 carat gem quality diamond has been discovered in the Karowe mine in Botswana, Lucara Diamond Corp., Canadian diamond producer revealed.
Ron Bruder, Education for Employment founder and Chair, discusses one strategy to potentially fixing the problem of terrorism by providing economic opportunity in the Middle East, something he's been doing for nine years.
Global million dollar donations have dropped by nearly $3 billion in 2014.