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After taxes, the 3 Powerball jackpot winners will receive $58 million. CNBC's Robert Frank reports on what the money can buy you.
Checking on the real estate market in San Francisco, with McGuire Real Estate partner Jeff Salgado. This week's power house is listed for $1.295 million.
Mel Karmazin wants JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon to run for president, and the New York Times says it's not for sale. CNBC's Robert Frank and Bob Pisani, discuss.
Record lottery payouts are rewriting the conventional financial wisdom about how the winners can best handle their good fortune, from tax advice to their reconfigured lives.
Two veterinarians and a private jet company have partnered to offer the country's only ride-along-vet, concierge-pet service.
Emerging middle class-consumers in countries such as India and China are pushing up prices for everything from food to diamonds.
Detroit's emergency manager has asked Christie's to appraise the city's art collection, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
A new study shows those making $750,000 are the nation's top cash hoarders. CNBC's Robert Frank reports they are more interested in saving, than investing.
Since the financial crisis, the wealthy have become the nation's top cash hoarders, filling up deposit accounts and money markets at a rapid clip.
A new study reveals that people making $750,000 or more don't retire until well into their 70s. CNBC's Robert Frank offers insight.
The wealthy are the least likely to retire, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. A new survey shows those making $750,000 or more have the highest planned retirement ages.
When asked "At what age do you expect to retire?" nearly one-third of those with annual earnings of $750,000 or more answered "over 70." Fifteen percent say they never plan to retire.
A new study shows that many people making $750,000 or more don't retire until well into their 70s, CNBC's Robert Frank said.
Volkswagen's Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse certainly has its share to boast about. It is the world's fastest production roadster—and the most expensive.
Bugatti Sales Director John Hill joins CNBC's Robert Frank to talk about the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, the world's fastest open-top sports car.
CNBC's Robert Frank test drives the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, which happens to be the fastest production roadster on the planet. And one of the most expensive.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is the world's fastest open-top sports car, reports CNBC's Robert Frank from behind the wheel of the luxury automobile.
Valuing diamonds and the broader diamond "market" is virtually impossible. That makes diamond investing a risky venture best left to insiders and seasoned professionals.
Billionaire Warren Buffett's son Peter recently sparked a huge debate over the role of philanthropy with an op-ed he published. A look at the arguments that continue to rage on days later.
Saudi Arabia Prince Alwaleed is worried increased U.S. energy production could hurt his country's economy, reports CNBC's Seema Mody; and a new study is focused on the 30 years before the 2007 recession when the rich were indeed getting richer, but so did everyone else, with Richard Burkhauser, Cornell University.
Many put off retirement planning or think it's too late, but investors at any age can take steps to secure their futures.
As advisor practices evolve beyond investments, more are taking on the tricky task of end-of-life decisions for clients.
Many advisors steer clients to municipal bonds as safe, tax-smart investments, but they can carry some unforeseen risks.