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Mike Bloomberg is using a campaign finance loophole to donate millions to the DNC. Here’s how the richest person ever to run for US president ma...
Before suspending his campaign, Mike Bloomberg spent roughly a quarter of a billion dollars on ads in Super Tuesday states alone.
The Style Series: Jennifer Aniston and Selena Gomez both partnered with this luxury retailer that helps underprivileged girls all around the world
Olivela was founded after Stacey Boyd took a trip with Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. Today, the retailer carries 300 designer brands.
YouTuber MrBeast is well-known for his large giveaways and viral challenges. But the 21-year-old had just 1 million subscribers just over 2 years ago.
Here’s how much Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the richest person in the world, has personally given to charity
The Amazon CEO is worth more than $117 billion, and is the only American among the world's five richest people who has not signed the Giving Pledge.
Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, recently said that her family's billionaire status "ends with me."
Laurene Powell Jobs says she won’t pass down her and Steve Jobs’ billions to their children: ‘It ends with me’
Powell Jobs, who is worth an estimated $24 billion, said she believes a massive accumulation of wealth is "dangerous for a society."
Philanthropy is currently a ‘Band-Aid on the open wound of American poverty’ when it should be tackling larger systematic problems
Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation, calls for philanthropy to cure the larger systemic problems of racism, poverty, and injustice.
Warren Buffett warns coronavirus could disrupt Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting, and calls Bill Gates his ‘science adviser’
The famed investor pointed out the virus is "particularly tough on old people" and there will be "two guys on the stage whose combined age is 185."
‘Swing for the fences’: Warren Buffett’s advice headlines Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s 20th annual letter
"The world can't solve a problem like climate change without making big bets," the billionaire philanthropists said.
The Berkshire Hathaway boss beat out Bill and Melinda Gates, George Soros, Michael Bloomberg, and the Walton family.