CNBC's Robert Frank looks at the latest results of the CNBC Millionaire Survey to see what the country's richest people think of the U.S. economy. » Read More
CNBC's Robert Frank reveals the latest results from CNBC's Millionaire Survey which found half of millionaires believe the economy will be stronger next year. » Read More
By: Robert Frank
The CNBC Millionaire's Survey found half of millionaires surveyed say economy will be stronger in 2017. Democrats are more pessimistic. » Read More
Erik Finman made a bet if he was a millionaire by 18 his parents couldn't force him to go to college and he won. » Read More
Ever wonder what a destroyed house in the Hamptons looks like? Just check this out.
Sick of your multimillion-dollar home? You could tear it down, as hedge fund manager Steve Cohen did, according to the NY Post.
If Memorial Day weekend is any indication, summer in the Hamptons is going to be booming, says Turney Duff.
There are man caves and then there are the MAN CAVES of the super rich.
That price was well over Christie's estimate of $194,000 to $259,000.
CNBC held a "race to the Hamptons," pitting a Blade helicopter against an Uber XL.
If a Gulfstream V jet mated with a cargo van, their offspring would probably look something like Becker Automotive Design's "Jet Van."
On average, the bosses of the biggest companies took home a 4.5-percent pay increase last year.
Children of wealthy families are prone to high levels of narcissism, which can make them less effective leaders, a new study has found.
Mark Zuckerberg's residence is set for an overhaul, with plans to downsize surrounding houses, according to documents.
Nyquist is such a big favorite to win the Preakness stakes this weekend, that you'll be able to profit effectively if you think like a trader.
A 14.6-carat blue diamond auctioned at a Christie's in Geneva for $57.5 million, becoming the most expensive diamond ever auctioned.
Millionaires do not like what they see in the stock market and economy. Their investing outlook shows more fear than confidence.
In the escalating arms race of luxury real estate, sellers have a new, not-so-secret weapon: Celebrity brokers.
Only about a quarter of U.S. stocks are owned by people who pay taxes on their gains, according to new analysis.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has made more than any other CEO based on his age and current net worth.
High net-worth individuals say they have some major concerns for their children's financial futures.
CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" was given exclusive access to Celine Dion's estate.
Sotheby's disclosed on Monday that an outside investor has expressed interest in buying at least 10 percent of the company.
Since their fateful meeting in 1959, Buffett and Munger turned Berkshire Hathaway into one of the world's most successful companies.
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