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New York's 1,000-foot-tall symbol of luxury is becoming a monument to the condo slowdown.
The total wealth in the world grew by 6 percent over the past 12 months, according to a Credit Suisse report.
The gem, called "The Raj Pink," is the world's largest known fancy intense pink diamond.
The pair of rocks, called the Donnorsmarck Diamonds, total more than 185 carats and once belonged to French nobility.
Rupert Murdoch telephoned AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson twice in the last six months and talked about cable network CNN.
After Forbes learned about this, the magazine wanted to remove Ross from the Forbes 400, a list of the 400 richest Americans by net worth.
The GOP's tax plan contains a little-noticed tax hike on big earners that could add $12,000 to their annual tax bill.
The high-end art market is concentrated among a select group of artists and buyers, but some companies are looking for ways to make investing in art more accessible.
Wealthy buyers will shell out hundreds of millions of dollars for a work of art. So what makes some art so valuable? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains.
A clause in the proposed tax plan announced by Republicans Thursday would end a loophole regarding private art collections.
Fintech firm MarketX allows Chinese investors to access a number of "alternative" U.S. investments.
Jeff Bezos became the richest man in the world Friday morning, after adding nearly $7 billion to his wealth overnight.
The giant cascade of billionaire wealth will also be complicated.
Total billionaire wealth soared to $6 trillion in 2016, with one billionaire created every two days in Asia, UBS reported in a study published Thursday.
UBS Global Head of Ultra High Net Worth Joe Stadler explains why a new billionaire is minted in Asia every two days.
A report by UBS and PwC shows that the world's billionaires now have more money than the GDP of the entire European Union
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