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Lukas Walton discussing the Walton Family Foundation's work.

Meet Lukas Walton, the fiercely private heir to the Walmart empire who has donated millions from his fortune to find solutions to environmental proble...

Lukas Walton is currently listed as the 59th richest person in the world. Here's what we know about the 33 year old.

Just 26 of the world’s richest men have more combined wealth than the poorest 3.8 billion people

If these top billionaires continue to see returns on their wealth, we could see the world's first trillionaire in as little as 25 years.

After Alibaba, Jack Ma’s next project could be creating schools that teach children how to ‘be human’

He suggested the education system be changed to teach children how to "be a human" in the AI era.

Singapore’s 50 richest saw their wealth surge in the past year to reach S$180 billion – and it’s thanks to these 3 guys

Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin is US$1.2 billion poorer. On the bright side, he's still Singapore's third richest man.
Bernard Arnault.

Bernard Arnault is the second richest person in the world with a fortune of $108 billion — here are 13 quotes that reveal his philosophy on...

Bernard Arnault, chairman and CEO of LVMH, leapfrogged Bill Gates on the list of the world's richest people this week.

Dyson’s founder just paid S$74 million for Singapore’s biggest penthouse – but its original price was S$100 million

 James Dyson's new home is Singapore's tallest, largest and most-expensive condominium unit.

Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos have made their divorce official in a $38 billion settlement, making the author the third richest woman in the world

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his ex-wife, MacKenzie Bezos, officially finalized their divorce Friday. As a result, MacKenzie Bezos is set to gain millions of shares of Amazon.

There’s a new type of luxury consumer emerging across the world called the HENRYs – and they’re increasingly valuable to the world&#...

Southeast Asia's new mass affluent consumers are very different from traditional luxury consumers typically associated with excessive consumerism, elitism, and guilty pleasures.