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Two of the technology world's billionaires are concerned we are living in a simulated world and are working with scientists to break us out.
Hurricane Matthew is now expected to make landfall around Palm Beach, Florida, home to some of the most expensive real estate on the planet.
Hedge-fund manager Mick McGuire, who sold 2 million shares of Sotheby's this week, says he still has confidence that the stock is poised to surge.
"I would argue that Tesla fits in the premium market, competing with the likes of BMW and Mercedes. Aston sits above that."
The number of Manhattan real estate sales fell 19 percent, as wealthy individuals from the U.S. and overseas pulled back their spending.
The internet entrepreneur is bringing charity online.
Obstacles facing Singapore's property market might not be cleared, but one dark cloud over the luxury end has disappeared, experts say.
A particularly determined Marilyn Monroe fan paid nearly $40,000 to own an unusual piece of Hollywood history.
The former New York Mayor, now an adviser to Donald Trump, compared the GOP candidate's smarts to those of Steve Jobs and Winston Churchill.
Only 200 versions of Ferrari's new super car, La Ferrari Aperta, were up for sale.
Donald Trump is still way richer than you but the gap is getting closer, according to new calculations of the presidential hopeful's net worth.
The superrich would fork over billions more under Clinton’s plans, and billions less under Trump’s. Vox reports.
The beer maker was surprised to learn he'd reached the financial milestone.
Facebook millionaire Palmer Luckey said he will be voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson for president, according to USA Today.
As wealth becomes more concentrated, the gap between the national 1 percent and the local 1 percent is growing, reports NYT.
The Boston Beer Co. CEO says he learned more from a book than he did at Harvard.
Financial advisors warn that near-certain high medical costs should be a key line item in any retirement plan.
Financial advisors say that most of their clients are confused about the ins and outs and associated costs of credit.
From comic books and coins to wine and racehorses, investors are turning their private passions into profits.