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Millionaires are souring on the stock market, reporting their lowest level of confidence in stocks in over a year.
Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko is building what is believed to be the largest sailing yacht ever built, at a length of more than 480 feet.
McLaren's record results show that the market for six- and seven-figure cars remains strong around the world.
Wealth experts all agree that the world is creating more millionaires. Just how many? It all depends on who's measuring—and who defines "millionaire."
A British billionaire wants to build a multilevel skatepark to address the issue of "brain drain."
Nearly two-thirds of business owners do not have a succession plan, which could include either a sale or transfer of the company.
The most expensive divorce in history may soon become the most expensive divorce reduction in history.
Buried in the everyday tax breaks of the bill just signed into law in Florida is a little-known boon for yacht owners.
According to data from Kensho, stocks like Sam Adams, AT&T, Southern, and Coca-Cola all tend to perform very well at golf's US Open
Each June, racegoers descend upon Ascot to place bets on the horses. The sport however is not what grabs attention but what's worn on people's heads.
There are now 17 million millionaire households worldwide, with 2 million added last year. CNBC's Robert Frank reports.
As much as there is debate about sports pay parity in the U.S., American sports leagues tend to be more equal than their global counterparts.
Millionaires are expected to control 46 percent of the world's personal wealth by 2019, suggesting that the wealth gap will continue to widen.
The NBA Finals are bringing record numbers to the NBA's official YouTube account, according to data from Pixability.
What keeps Johann Rupert, chairman of Richemont, up at night? The growing wealth gap.
As Rupert Murdoch prepares to leave his position at 21st Century Fox, Warren Buffett would increase his lead as oldest CEO in the S&P 500.
British comedian Rowan Atkinson, has sold his McLaren F1 supercar for £8 million ($12.2 million) a lot more than what he bought it for in 1997.
Based on data from S&P Capital IQ, we know the ages of every CEO in the S&P 500. The youngest and the oldest are possibly the most famous.
Data from DerbyGames and DerbyJackpot.com suggests the good and bad bets to make ahead of Saturday's Belmont Stakes.
With the fee-based model the dominant form of client-advisory relationships, CNBC ranks 2015's top 100 fee-only wealth management firms.