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China's economy may be slowing, but the number of high net worth individuals (HNWI) continue to balloon, doubling between 2010 and 2014.
Lamborghini said it will be introducing an SUV to its product line by 2018 in an effort to expand its clientele.
The barber of Seville is nowhere in sight, but locks of hair of Mozart and Beethoven are on the auction block.
The sharp fall in global oil prices has had a deep impact not only on the global economy, but on the fortunes of Russian billionaires.
As tennis star Rafa Nadal vies for a record 10th French Open title, he had a new good luck charm around his wrist: an $775,000 watch.
$100 million is "the new billionaire benchmark" for trophy homes, according to a report from Christie's International Real Estate.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has taken legal action against British tax officials after facing a demand for payment of more than $1.5 billion.
A new story shows the wealth gap widening among countries in the developing world.
A trio of prized vintage Ferraris will hit the auction block Saturday at the RM Sotheby's Lake Como auction.
Picasso paintings stolen in Paris were purchased by a Russian billionaire from a powerful art advisor now accused of fraud, according to lawyers.
The Qatari royal family has bought yet another multi-million pound property in one of London's most affluent areas, according to a British newspaper.
A federal judge has just ensured that summer in the Hamptons will kick off with one of its annual traditions: swarms of private helicopters.
As American Pharoah chases a Triple Crown victory at the Preakness this Saturday, his earning potential can only go up from here.
The payroll of the New York Yankees baseball team significantly boosts the average wage level in The Bronx.
A bold and colorful painting by Pablo Picasso just became the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction.
It dates back to the seventh century, but today Byfleet Manor is better known as the home of the Dowager Duchess in “Downton Abbey.” It's gone on sale for $6.12 million.
Concern about increasing income inequality in the U.S. is well-founded, but Democrats have it wrong when it comes to solutions, says Harvard's Greg Mankiw.
A sale is set to make history later Monday, with expectations that a multi-million dollar sale of a Picasso masterpiece could smash a world record.
A car garage is regretting giving a “free meal” gift to a customer whose car it damaged, after being served an expensive bill.
Sales of homes priced at $1 million or more were up 13 percent year-over-year—the strongest gain in several quarters, CNBC Luxury Real-Estate Report said.
Whether it's economic necessity, intellectual interest or emotional health, modern retirees are working part-time after leaving their careers. AARP has found that six specific types of part-time employment seem to suit retirees.
Dreaming of a penthouse retirement? You can do it on a Social Security income by retiring abroad.
Investors hoping to ramp up on tax-free retirement income just might rejoice after recent market tumult. That's because falling values in your traditional IRA might make a Roth conversion more attractive.