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Articles over the weekend offered new details on how Trump and his family met with their overseas business partners after the election.
At a time of bitter disputes over rising income inequality, no one seems to resent the author’s runaway success, the New York Times reports.
After experiencing modest growth over 2015, the global millionaire count is seen rising at a faster clip over the next five years.
Donald Trump's election has helped boost optimism in the art market this week, Sotheby's CEO Tad Smith said.
The world's earliest-known complete stone inscription of the Ten Commandments has been sold at auction in Beverly Hills for $850,000 by Heritage Auctions.
Placing the Trump Organization into a blind trust is functionally, and perhaps legally, impractical, legal experts say.
The wealthy are more concerned over how Trump's policies will impact the U.S. economy, says Michael Sonnenfeldt, chairman of Tiger 21.
Icahn Investor Group increased its stake in Hertz to 33.8 percent as the stock fell 22.5 percent on an earnings miss and guidance cut.
The transaction increases the billionaire investor's stake to 23.1 percent, from 20.8 percent.
A Spectrem Group survey reveals 4 in 10 millionaires planned to move to the investment sidelines in November.
Millionaires surveyed by E-Trade aren't expressing the caution that's expected from stock market investors before an election.
Uncertainty around the presidential election added to their anxiety about the markets.
The media mogul says he was forced to borrow $100-million from the private company that holds his voting shares of CBS and Viacom.
For the first time in decades, the wealthy are set to deliver a landslide victory for a Democratic presidential candidate.
Prices for luxury condos in Miami and Miami Beach fell 30 percent in the third quarter from the prior year.
Trump has coughed up around $60 million of his own money for the campaign, shy of the $100 million he's been promising.
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