These are 13 of the richest people of all time, as verified by Time magazine.
Shkreli, called the most hated man in America for his price-gouging pharmaceutical moves, has bought the secret Wu-Tang Clan album for US$2 million.
Six years after selling off his art collection in a “sale of the century”, the French businessman and philanthropist is putting his library up for sale.
Morose economic growth and a turbulent stock market have not stopped Switzerland’s super rich from getting a lot richer this year.
LA International Airport officials approved opening a special terminal for the rich and famous. Some have dubbed this a terminal for the 1% of society because the barrier to entry is the expense, not any measure of fame.
The number of billionaires in China has overtaken that of the United States for the first time, an annual survey said Thursday.
Drawn by eight black steeds, the coach has a plush interior and has been in use by the Dutch royals since 1901.
Jack Ma, one of China’s richest men, recently invested in a US$23 million property in New York’s Adirondacks for conservation purposes.
Malaysian tycoon and performing arts lover Tan Sri Francis Yeoh has given Rome’s struggling opera house one million euros ($1.1 million).
The YouTube video shows people in a car park and on the road trying to grab as many notes as they can as the money flies about.
Where do the world’s mega-rich travelers rest their heads when they stay in London? According to a new report, that would be The Ritz London!
The splashy Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas has emerged the most popular hotel among the world’s richest, multi-millionaire guests.
Stephen Hung has bought 30 Phantoms to chauffeur guests at a luxury resort he is building in the global gambling capital of Macau.
Forbes magazine has released its annual Fictional 15, which ranks the richest characters from television, film, comics and books.
Singapore has jumped to the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) ranking of the world’s most expensive cities.
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Australia has become the international luxury destination of choice for wealthy Chinese tourists, according to a recent report.
Gisele Bündchen, who has nabbed the top female slot for seven years straight, earned $42 million in the 12-month period Forbes assessed, while O’Pry made a mere $1.2 million in the same time frame.
Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has topped the Forbes list of highest-earning female athletes for the ninth-straight year, raking in $29 million over the last 12 months.
According to luxury travel magazine Virtuoso Life, Australia, Italy, New Zealand, Ireland and France emerged as the top “dream destinations.”