Robert Frank, NBR, CNBC.com’s Posts

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Millionaire investors were evenly split this election, but nearly two-thirds now say Donald Trump will be good for their investments.

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Articles over the weekend offered new details on how Trump and his family met with their overseas business partners after the election.

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Placing the Trump Organization into a blind trust is functionally, and perhaps legally, impractical, legal experts say.

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Wealthy car collectors will converge on Pebble Beach, California, this week for the scenic community’s annual auction of collectible cars.

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Airfares are dropping and this fall could be a great time to save money on a flight.

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Nearly half of millionaire investors are considering selling some of their stock holdings, according to a new survey.

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The hedge fund trader who was fired after hosting a controversial party in the Hamptons says the event raised $100,000 for charity.

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The UK’s vote to exit the European Union is expected to pressure results at this week’s London auctions.

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Sotheby’s disclosed on Monday that an outside investor has expressed interest in buying at least 10 percent of the company.

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As part of its efforts to downplay inequality, China’s media regulator has just banned the children of celebrities from appearing on reality television.

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Monaco remains the most expensive real estate market in the world on a square-meter basis, according to a new report.

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Private jets are expected to descend on the San Francisco Bay area for Super Bowl 50, making it one of the biggest private jet events of the year.

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A 24-year-old artist has been charting stocks’ price movements and turning them into paintings.

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The ultimate bachelor pad is up for sale — with the ultimate former bachelor included — Hugh Hefner.

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Luxury prices for the world’s major cities are expected to slow by nearly half this year, from 3 percent in 2015 to 1.7 percent in 2016, according to the latest Knight Frank Prime Cities Forecast.