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It's a strategy most people ignore, says David Bach.
Manhattan real estate sputtered in the fourth quarter, as inflated prices and rising inventories continued to weigh on the high-end market.
"True success should be measured by how happy you are," writes the Virgin Group founder.
Hussein Sajwani outlines his close ties to Ivanka and says he hopes to do more business with the president-elect's kids, NBC News reports.
Women have been rapidly climbing the employment and wage ladders in recent decades. But only a small fraction have made it to the top rungs — and their progress may be slowing.
Zuckerberg's DIY project got some pretty high-end help. Jarvis is actually built on top of an elite smart home technology by Crestron.
CNBC takes a look at the newer private members' clubs where people flocked to this year and hotspots set to join the agenda in 2017.
Hedge funds have jacked up their bets to their highest levels of 2016 and cut back on short positions to a three-year low.
Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, has an unique leadership vision.
Donald Trump has filled his administration with the wealthy and powerful after campaigning on a platform to empower the forgotten.
President-elect Donald Trump is ushering in a new era of living large, Robert Shiller says.
High-rollers are mustering up the courage to return to Macau casinos, a gaming expert told CNBC.
America’s millionaires are tightening their belts this holiday season, but most may not even know they’re doing it.
Millionaire investors were evenly split this election, but nearly two-thirds now say Donald Trump will be good for their investments.
Wealthy Americans are pumped about Trump and are planning major changes to their investment portfolios: CNBC Millionaire Survey.
Trump's pillars are infrastructure investment and tax and regulatory reform, influential factors for the near term.
Trump's plans for student debt compare favorably to existing options, but it remains to be seen if they will be enacted.
Trump's assertion that tax returns are uninformative got the attention of advisors of all political stripes.