Actor Johnny Depp has been crowned this year’s Most Overpaid Actor, according to the Forbes magazine’s ranking.
Forbes Magazine has released its annual list of the 50 highest-paid actresses, with “Hunger Games” star Jennifer Lawrence topping the list.
Forbes magazine has released its annual Fictional 15, which ranks the richest characters from television, film, comics and books.
Forbes Travel Guide today unveiled its official 2014 Forbes Travel Guide Star Rating list.
Business magazine Forbes named Madonna the highest-paid musician in the world on Tuesday, estimating her earnings at $125 million in the year to June.
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.
Forbes.com just released its list of the highest-paid models, and Gisele Bundchen is at the top for the seventh year in a row.
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.
Tiger Woods, whose four wins this season have seen him return to the top of golf’s world rankings, is also back on top of Forbes’ list of highest-paid sports figures.
Asia has more billionaires than any other continent, a survey by China-based Hurun Report showed on Thursday, overtaking North America for the first time.
Chinese billionaires have lost one-third of their combined wealth over the past year, according to new research, reported CBNC Monday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are the world’s most powerful women, according to Forbes magazine’s annual survey.
Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles have topped Forbes magazine’s World’s Highest Paid Celebrity Couples list 2012.
Forbes’ new list has declared Hollywood star Tom Cruise world’s highest earning actor after he took home $75 million between May 2011 to May 2012.
Bloomberg has released the “Bloomberg Billionaires Index,” the first daily global ranking of the richest people in the world as part of their coverage of wealth. The index, changes daily depending on stock fluctuations and economic/company news dynamically measured on changing markets and will be updated every business day at 5:30 p.m. Bloomberg Professional service customers can access each billionaire’s profile … Continued
Miami’s most exclusive enclave, Fisher Island is still America’s number one “Millionaire Capitol” according to Forbes‘ calculations. Forbes.com combed through IRS data and ranked zip codes by the average income of those who make at least $200,000 a year. They then estimated the average net-worth for people making over $200,000 a year. Fisher Island came … Continued
US hotel rating program Forbes has launched a new website which allows visitors to browse the hotels and experiences it rates online. Announcing the launch with its 54th annual listing of five and four star hotels, restaurants and spas, Forbes said that the site would provide a new, interactive way for users to access its … Continued
For the second year in a row, Michael Jackson has topped Forbes magazine‘s list of top-earning dead celebrities. The King of Pop, who died two years ago at the age of 50, brought in $170 million for his estate over the past 12 months, enough to place him ahead of every other pop music act … Continued
Lady Gaga, 25 years old, recently dethroned Oprah off the top of Forbes magazine‘s Most Powerful Celebrities list and now the pop star, with $90 million, has booted Beyoncé off the top spot on the annual Best-Paid Celebrities-Under-30 list. In second, teen heartthrob singer Justin Bieber debuted on the strike-it-rich-quick list: the 17-year-old raked in … Continued
Manchester United has been named as the world’s most valuable football club for the seventh year in a row by Forbes. Real Madrid is again No. 2 with a value of $1.45 billion, followed by Arsenal at $1.19 billion; Bayern Munich at $1.1 billion; and Barcelona, with a value of $975 million. It uses data … Continued