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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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

Only 44 percent of global billionaires in 1995 maintained that status through 2014.

The real wealth gap in America isn’t between the 99 percent and the 1 percent. It’s between the 0.00001 percent and everybody else. A new study from the Institute for Policy Studies left-leaning think tank says the richest 400 Americans have a combined net worth of $2.34 trillion — equal to that of the bottom …

Prices for luxury homes posted their first drop since 2012, suggesting the top of the market may be getting too rich even for the rich. According to the Redfin real estate company, prices for luxury homes — defined as the top 5 percent of each of the 600-plus U.S. markets it measures — fell an …