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Millennials are building multimillion-dollar beauty empires on their massive Instagram and Snapchat followings, and it’s disrupting a centuries-...
Kylie Jenner and Rihanna are just two examples of moguls who have built beauty empires out of their social media followings.
Patty Hearst, the Lindbergh baby, and John Paul Getty III are just three famous heirs that were kidnapped.
Millionaires allocate their time and energy differently from others and exhibit certain traits, like frugality and resiliency, to build wealth.
The club that hosts the Masters has spent $200 million snapping up land surrounding the golf course over the past 20 years, and it’s turning som...
For the past 20 years, Augusta National Golf Club has been buying property surrounding the iconic course for a grand total of $200 million.
An unknown buyer just paid $34 million for a condo in the same Billionaires’ Row tower as Ken Griffin’s record-breaking $238 million penth...
Known buyers in the Billionaires' Row tower include singer Sting and his wife, hedge-fund executives Richard Leibovitch and Andrew Zaro, and Hong Kong heiress Karen Lo.
What it’s like living as a millionaire in Montenegro, the tiny European country called ‘the next French Riviera,’ where wealthy fore...
Montenegro, a tiny European country that's home to 64 millionaires, is a popular port for yacht owners. It's seeing an influx of new luxury hotels and residences.
When kidnappers snatch the wealthy and powerful, the story often becomes the subject of intense media scrutiny.
A woman who studied 600 millionaires says successful investors have the same 5 traits — but the wealthiest among them do one thing differently
Millionaire investors spend more time studying and planning for future investments to build wealth, according to one researcher.
NYC is getting so expensive that even Wall Street bankers are bolting — and it’s not the only major city the wealthy are abandoning
A high cost of living and high taxes are causing multimillionaires like wealthy bankers to flee New York City, according to The New York Post.
A Disney heiress who has donated $70 million over the past 30 years says she would outlaw private jets if she could
Private jets allow the rich to "get around a certain reality," the Disney heiress Abigail Disney, who no longer rides in her family's jet, told The Cut.