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Wayne Huizenga Jr. talks about his unexpectedly humble childhood, growing up with his famous entrepreneurial father, and building a name for himself.
Certificates of Deposit, or CDs, only make sense in very limited cases. For the most part, they underperform inflation and are terrible long-term investments.
Divorce attorneys become more important when a lot of money is involved. Discover how divorce court is very different for high-net-worth individuals!
Paris Hilton gave birth to the "celebutante" craze, but her naughty behavior cost her over $150 million!
Buy high, sell low, repeat until broke. Why is following the crowd a dangerous strategy for stock market investors?
Douglas Rushkoff worries that some billionaires are not using their wealth to help humanity. They are using it to save their own skins.
Since this is our last show, here's an interview about another show that was in its final season—my interview with Mad Men's co-producer Josh Weltman.
With the ending of the show, Steve replays and reflects on his memorable 2005 interview with the great American entrepreneur.
An exclusive interview with heir Patricia Gucci on success, romance, secrets, and the ultimate betrayal that tore apart the Gucci legacy.
The best college majors could pay as much as $3.4 million more in lifetime earnings than the worst college majors.