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Hotels.com says it will cover travel and lodging for you to spend two nights at resorts in Hawaii, California, Las Vegas, Florida, and more.
From Elon Musk to Bill Gates, here are all of the notable tech billionaires who jet around the world in private planes
Having a private jet for quick and easy travel is valuable for high-powered executives and investors, including Bill Gates and Larry Ellison.
Take a look inside the $5,000-a-month San Francisco apartment that Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes reportedly once called home with her now-husband,...
The former Theranos CEO and her then boyfriend/now husband were reportedly living in a San Francisco apartment that's now available to rent.
Startups like M.Gemi and Everlane are flipping the script and employing ambitious weekly drop schedules to keep their customers engaged and excited.
A New York designer says luxury property isn’t about how much money you spend, and it shows a major shift in priorities among the elite
In real estate, luxury is all about engaging the resident and creating an experience, says New York-based designer Andrew Kotchen.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is reportedly dropping $80 million on a Manhattan penthouse and the 2 apartments below it — take a look inside
The apartments are located near Madison Square Park in Manhattan and include a three-floor penthouse, a private elevator, and 12 bedrooms.
The maker of luxury indoor exercise bikes has filed a confidential draft IPO document with regulators.
People around the world are booking luxury hotel suites for ‘daycations’ for a fraction of the price of an overnight stay
You can spend a day in a lavish suite, enjoying a luxury hotel's facilities, for up to 70% off what it would cost to stay overnight.
The incredible story of Ferrari’s 72-year journey from an upstart racing team to a $27 billion luxury brand
Ferrari may be a $27 billion luxury brand, but at its heart it's still a racing team first and a car company second.
Tapestry CEO Victor Luis told his teenagers that Africa is "probably what they're going to be focused on for the next 20 to 40 years."