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One of the most refreshing things about billionaire Bill Gates is his lack of scandal. He's a family man devoted to his wife Melinda and their kids. At least until now. And no one is sorrier about his association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein than Gates himself.
America's Richest Self-Made Woman Diane Hendricks Picked Herself Up After Husband's Sudden Death And Turned Her Company Into A Multi-Billion Empire
Diane Hendricks was born on a dairy farm in Wisconsin in 1947. She got pregnant at 17. She worked at a pen factory and as a waitress to make ends meet. Today, she's a billionaire businesswoman with a $7 billion net worth.
In The Rich Keep Getting Richer News: French Billionaire Bernard Arnault Made $5 Billion In 48 Hours
Bernard Arnault is the chairman and CEO of LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE, known as LVMH. The company is the world's largest maker of luxury goods. Reports are coming in that he just made an additional $5.1 billion in a 48-hour time span.
Four sisters each have a net worth of $1.7 billion, down from $2.1 billion each last year. They've dropped off the list of the 400 wealthiest Americans.
Maria Farmer was assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislane Maxwell in 1996. The police didn't do anything about it for 20 years. She blames Lex Wexner.
Jeffrey Epstein Lost His Biggest Client, Registered As A Sex Offender, And Still Managed To Make More Than $200 Million
The odd facts of Jeffrey Epstein's life and career just keep coming. Most recently, the New York Times revealed that the late sexual predator and financier made more than $200 million after he changed careers from financial services to DNA research.
The money will flow from Melinda Gates own company, Pivotal Ventures, to partners that are implementing more diverse hiring and leadership practices.
Former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann's Net Worth Has Dropped 90% In 30 Days…Could Personal Bankruptcy Be Looming?
WeWork CEO Adam Neumann started the summer with a paper net worth of $4.7 billion. His fortune has dropped 90% and there are whispers of a personal bankruptcy on the horizon.
Seemingly inspired by Pinault's pledge, his main rival in the world of French-owned luxury brands, Bernard Arnault of LVMH, announced a pledge of his own soon after.
Oracle's three top executives, including co-founder Larry Ellison and co-CEOs Mark Hurd and Safra Catz, have taken a 98 percent cut in pay this year.
The owner of the Dallas Mavericks recently revealed what he called his "biggest holding:" almost $1 billion worth of stock in the online retail giant Amazon.
Russell Weiner, the energy drink billionaire, is looking to sell not just one but two luxury properties located in two Florida neighborhoods.
Bill Bidwill, the longtime owner of the NFL's Arizona (and before that Chicago and St. Louis) Cardinals passed away Wednesday, October 2nd, surrounded by his family and loved ones, according to a statement from the team. He was 88 years old.