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There are man caves and then there are the MAN CAVES of the super rich.
That price was well over Christie's estimate of $194,000 to $259,000.
The popularity of mobile apps may be waning overseas but they remain relevant in India, the CEO of an Indian messaging app provider told CNBC on Tuesday.
CNBC held a "race to the Hamptons," pitting a Blade helicopter against an Uber XL.
Gawker's Nick Denton tells CNBC that venture capitalist Peter Thiel's attack on the site shows "the power of the billionaire class."
The first four Folios of William Shakespeare's "collected works" have sold for £2.479 million at Christie's in London.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports Friday marks the start of the mass migration to the Hamptons in Long Island. And CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at how the annual ritual has been transformed by new on-demand travel, specifically Blade, the "uber of helicopters."
Meatball Shop's Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow built an empire on a simple dish. Now, their restaurants cook up more than $21 million a year.
If a Gulfstream V jet mated with a cargo van, their offspring would probably look something like Becker Automotive Design's "Jet Van."
America's wealthy may have more in common with you than you think.
Children of wealthy families are prone to high levels of narcissism, which can make them less effective leaders, a new study has found.
"I believe in buying at least two of everything I can afford. I always open one," Mahesh Patel says of his whiskey collection.
After the Koch brothers denied they had backed the Libertarian Party presidential candidate, questions remain about big dollar support for the party.
The share of million-dollar homes has nearly doubled in the last four years, according to Trulia. Check out the growth in these cities.
A 14.6-carat blue diamond auctioned at a Christie's in Geneva for $57.5 million, becoming the most expensive diamond ever auctioned.
Most of the American addresses released in the Panama Papers are personal residences in high-income ZIP codes.
Millionaires do not like what they see in the stock market and economy. Their investing outlook shows more fear than confidence.
In the escalating arms race of luxury real estate, sellers have a new, not-so-secret weapon: Celebrity brokers.
The average pay for a CEO of an S&P 500 company was $12.4 million in 2015, 335 times the average pay of a rank-and-file worker.
Millionaire investors said a win by this candidate would be a better investing opportunity.
There are important lessons that today's investors can take from the Black Monday stock market crash of 1987.
Wild action leading up to the stock market crash is important to remember as people handicap the chance that such a jolt could hit the current bull run.
Market legend Art Cashin looks back on one of the most dramatic trading days in history, 30 years later.