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Berkshire Hathaway's boss told the Microsoft founder that he spent 6% of his net wealth on a ring in 1951, and he should do the same.
Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer once made an ‘Austin Powers’ parody video, and it’s just as bizarre as you’d imagine
The video, posted on YouTube in 2009, was likely made for internal use during Steve Ballmer's 14-year stint as Microsoft CEO starting in 2000.
Three billionaires on this list of the country's richest gave 0.0% of their net worths to charity in 2018.
Bernard Arnault could become richer than Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, thanks to LVMH’s record-breaking acquisition of Tiffany
The wealth lists maintained by Forbes and Bloomberg have been unusually mobile in 2019 as the world's three richest men have become even more wealthy.
Bill Gates says that the only way to hire and keep AI talent is to let them share their research openly: ‘You can completely ignore whoever trie...
Bill Gates said that he wasn't sure how trying to keep AI research away from China would even work, given that scientists expect to share their findings.
Bill Gates is backing a technology that concentrates sunlight to generate temperatures of 1,000 degrees. It looks like a mosaic of mirrors.
The mirrors are part of a facility run by a solar-energy company called Heliogen. They could eventually replace fossil fuels.
Arguments against taxing wealth are rooted in the rhetoric used by southern slaveowners to protect their fortunes during the era of American slavery.
The highs and lows of the last decade for Jeff Bezos, from becoming the world’s richest man to a high-profile divorce
In the 2010s, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos launched several services, became the richest man in the world, and got divorced.
By the end of the trading day on Friday, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates' net worth was at $110 billion. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' was at $108.7 billion.
Here’s how much smaller the top 11 billionaires’ fortunes would be if Bernie Sanders’ or Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth ta...
Sanders and Warren want to sharply curb the economic power the superrich have amassed in recent decades and use their money to fund new programs.