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500 Rolls-Royces, $20,000 haircuts, and a 1,788-room palace: Everything we know about the lavish life of the Sultan of Brunei, who sparked outrage aft...
Once the world richest man, Hassanal Bolkiah has ruled Brunei since 1968 and, alongside his brother Prince Jefri, has given a new meaning to excess.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the third best-paid athlete in the world. We know he earns a lot, and now we know he spends it… on this luxurious Rolls Royce.
Trump’s tariff threat is hitting Airbus, Rolls Royce, and Rémy Cointreau shares as traders weigh fallout
The threat of tariffs on $11 billion of imports has sent stocks of potential affected companies lower. The duties may affect almost a third of Rémy Cointreau sales.
Airbus is scrapping production of its iconic A380 superjumbo as airlines ditch the biggest commercial jet in history
It comes after Emirates reduced its order of A380s. Airbus said it had "no substantial A380 backlog and hence no basis to sustain production."
Rolls-Royce’s CEO reveals how his company just set a new all-time record for sales of its ultra-luxury cars
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars reported annual sales of 4,107 vehicles in 2018. It's the most in the ultra-luxury brand's 115-year history.
We drove an all-new $644,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom that’s the pinnacle of automotive luxury. Here are its coolest features.
The new Rolls-Royce Phantom has an art gallery in the front dash and fiber optic lights in the headliner that look like stars.
The hottest new cars for 2019 from BMW, Mercedes, Jeep, Honda, Toyota, Lexus, Lincoln, Land Rover, Porsche, Audi, Ford, Hyundai, Volvo, and VW.
We drove the all-new $644,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom and were blown away by its opulence. Take a look inside.
The new Rolls-Royce Phantom starts at $450,000 while our decked-out test car left the factory with a price tag of $644,000.
The $16 billion Emirates order Airbus needs to save the A380 superjumbo is reportedly in danger of collapse
Emirates agreed to order 20 Airbus A380 airliners along with an option for 16 additional superjumbos in January. Now, the $16 billion deal is reportedly in danger of falling apart according to Bloomberg.