If a billionaire is in the news for any reason, you will read about it right here in our "Billionaire News" section. Whether that billionaire is going through an expensive divorce, buying a $100 million private island, or making a massive donation to charity, we got you covered.
Tadashi Yanai, the richest man in Japan, learned about the risks of high finance during a recent bad day of stock trading for his company Fast Retailing, albeit not in a marked enough fashion to actually deplete his estimated $17 billion net worth.
A few months ago, Philippe Dauman was unceremoniously relieved of his duties as President, CEO, and Chairman of Viacom. But don't worry too much about him, he had a golden parachute.
Be more like Richard Branson by following the same "happiness mantras" as he is in 2017.
During an interview, Charles Feeney once told a reporter: "I want the last check I write to bounce." He is well on his way to accomplishing this goal.
The founder of Bikram yoga has been ordered to turn over income from his global fitness empire to pay a $6.8 million judgment in a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against him.
The annual Coachella Festival released its 2017 lineup this week and fans lost their minds. They lost it again when it was revealed the owner of the festival allegedly once supported anti-LBGTQ causes.
American Apparel is up for auction in bankruptcy court. The Los Angeles-based retailer has faced years of scandal and trouble at the hands of founder Dov Charney.
It is rumored that Jeff Bezos' Amazon is one of the companies in the running to acquire troubled, bankrupt American Apparel. This is very interesting for a few reasons.
Billionaire Robert F. Smith has just done an amazing thing for some Nigerian girls captured by the Boko Haram.
The 7th Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor is young, incredibly wealthy, single, and giving Prince Harry a run for the title of World's Most Eligible Bachelor.
Many traditional media outlets such as the New York Times, Boston Globe, and Washington Post are owned by billionaires. Let's take a look at a handful of them.
After the news came through that Icahn would accept the job, shares of Icahn Enterprises surged eight percent, bringing Icahn's own personal stake in his company from $6.8 billion to $7.3 billion.
2016 has been a doozy so let's say Goodbye, Sayonara, Adios, Au Revior, Auf Wiedersehen to this year with one final Billionaire Roundup.