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An entrepreneur who interviewed 21 billionaires says the same 6 habits helped make all of them successful
Billionaires have a disciplined routine — waking up early, exercising, reading, and thinking, Rafael Badziag says in "The Billion Dollar Secret."
Rihanna is the world’s richest female musician — from yachting trips on the French Riviera to a staff that includes a chef and personal tr...
While Rihanna is known to spend lavishly on beauty, fashion, and accessories, her favorite way to spend her fortune is on others.
Jay Z — hip-hop’s first billionaire — and Beyoncé are worth more than $1 billion. Here’s how much money 19 rich and famou...
From Jay Z and Beyoncé to Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, see what the biggest celebrity and business power couples are worth.
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.
Opportunity costs, time, and afunctionality are a few of the things creating and maintaining status symbols, according to author Jonah Berger.
Fifteen countries account for 75% of the world's billionaire population and 79% of the world's billionaire wealth. The US dominates, according to Wealth-X.
Nearly 30% of the world's billionaire population in 2018 was concentrated in just 15 cities, according to Wealth-X's 2019 Billionaire Census report.
A woman who studied 600 millionaires says the same traits helped them get rich — and there are 2 key ways anyone can develop them
Millionaires tend to share the same qualities — but understanding where you are today and building new behaviors can help you develop them, too.
Nearly half of Americans earning $100,000 or more think they’re middle class — and it shows that class in America isn’t just about m...
While class and wealth are relative, a shrinking middle class, increased living costs, and debt contribute to their differences.
More Americans making $100,000 consider themselves working class than rich, and it shows just how expensive the US has become
Some six-figure earners think they're working class — more than those who think they're rich, according to an INSIDER and Morning Consult survey.