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The richest people in the world enjoy sports, politics, and travel, but their favorite hobby might surprise you.
I spent an afternoon in NYC’s richest ZIP code, where celebs live in a ‘paparazzi-proof’ building and the average income is $879,000...
Tribeca has the richest ZIP code in New York City. The average income in the neighborhood is $879,000, and the median home price is $3.8 million.
The fabulous life of Dr. Dre, one of the wealthiest men in hip-hop, who has a $770 million fortune and has owned a sprawling network of glitzy LA mans...
Dr. Dre may not have become "the first billionaire in hip-hop" as he promised in 2014, but he is one of the richest men in the business.
Forget beach parties and all-night clubbing: Wealthy travelers are spending money differently, and it’s created a massive $639 billion industry
Wealthy travelers are spending their money on "wellness summits," spirituality retreats, and resorts that focus on health and self-care.
There’s a key difference between wealth and status, and it comes down to who you’re showing your money off for
Wealth and status aren't the same because they have different levels of visibility — one is private, while the other is public.
Of the 38,300 people who live in Monaco, a tiny city-state on the French Riviera,12,261 of them are millionaires.
There’s a direct link between the cost of a luxury-goods product and the size of its logo, but it’s not what you expect
Rich people will shell out premium prices for products without logos because they carry subtle signals of wealth that can't be imitated by outsiders.
"The bottom half of Americans combined have a negative net worth," Bloomberg's Ben Steverman wrote based on research of economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman.
15 astounding facts about Monaco, the tiny French Riviera city-state where 32% of the population is made up of millionaires
With an area of 0.78 square miles and a population of 38,300, it's one of the densest countries in the world. One in three people is a millionaire.
People born into higher social classes are overconfident and have "an exaggerated belief" that they'll perform better than others, a study found.