Millionaire investors began 2019 worried about the market, but as the Fed's about-face on interest rates takes hold as the new normal in monetary policy and stocks surge, an E-Trade survey finds that the wealthy expect the rally to continue. » Read More
By: Robert Frank
Private jet company Vista Global agreed to acquire JetSmarter, betting that the value of JetSmarter's technology will outweigh the controversy and lawsuits still dogging the company. » Read More
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Twitter says it paid co-founder Jack Dorsey a salary last year for the first time since he returned to his post as CEO in 2015. » Read More
By: Robert Frank
JetSmarter has reached an agreement to settle claims made by some of its members that the company engaged in unfair and deceptive practices, according to a settlement notice. » Read More
Without Ken Griffin's real estate deal, the average Manhattan sales price in the first quarter would have been $2,006,952, Miller Samuel says.
The drop stems from an oversupply of highly priced apartments, a lack of foreign buyers and the new federal tax law that has hit high-tax states.
The Times report alleges that the former hedge fund founder made sexual requests when women sought support from the philanthropist.
New York state auditors inspect cellphone records, social media, veterinary and dentist records in chasing rich out-of-state taxpayers.
In the early 2000s Tory Burch upended the fashion industry with her boho-chic lifestyle brand. Today the fashion mogul has a new mission: to challenge unconscious bias, shatter stereotypes and empower women through her Embrace Ambition initiative.
A Knight Frank wealth report released on Wednesday found that Asia is set to house more than a third of the world's billionaire population by 2023, with India forecast to have the biggest growth in billionaires.
Italian mathematician Luca Pacioli is known as the Father of Modern Accounting. His 1494 book, "Summa de Arithmetica: The Birth of Modern Business," is set to go on Christie's auction block and is expected to fetch up to $1.5 million.
"Budgets are the worst," says self-made millionaire Grant Sabatier.
Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right hand man at Berkshire Hathaway, shares his outlook on Amazon and CEO Jeff Bezos, in light of news that the retail giant is cancelling its planned second headquarters in New York City.
NYC restaurateur Danny Meyer is one of the most powerful people in hospitality. But he didn't get there without questioning long-established rules and taking huge risks. In fact, some of his greatest achievements evolved from breaking tradition.
Robert Herjavec, Shark Tank star and Herjavec Group founder and CEO, reveals his first big splurge following his first major pay day. Herjavec sold his first IT company, BRAK Systems, to AT&T Canada in 2000.
Following a CNBC investigation into the company last month, JetSmarter sent an email to members highlighting its security policies.
Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group's founder and chief executive, Masayoshi Son, may have become more than $3 billion richer on Thursday's massive gains for his company's shares.
Lambo's total global sales jumped 51 percent in 2018, with the company delivering 5,750 cars. Much of that gain was from the 1,761 new Uruses delivered to customers during the last half of the year.
Wheels Up has hired advisors for "strategic initiatives" that the company said could include acquisitions, the company's CEO told CNBC.
The recent proposals by Democrats to slap taxes on the wealthy is a "worrisome strain" in American politics, says former Rep. Jeb Hensarling.