No car should cost millions of dollars and no one can convince us otherwise, eh, except this guy who does make a compelling case...
You'll take home 13.5% more money in places without state income tax than in the highest-taxed city in the country.
Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine and Chris Pratt are cumulatively worth $150 million, according to your Google results. Are they really?
"You either are a motivational speaker to youths at high schools or work at a phone sex hotline."
Even bigger than the salary gap that sees women earn $.82 on the dollar is the equity gap. A new study from Carta and the ex-Twitter female investor group #Angels reveals that women make up 35 percent of startup equity-holding employees, yet own just 20 percent of the equity. That means they own ju…
Buying or selling fake shoes is illegal. But it's also a booming industry that was created, ironically, by some sneakerheads' obsession with authenticity.
Should a high school star be prevented from playing college basketball because his father was accused of taking a bribe?
In a world where we're guaranteed so little, at least you can count on cash back.
A year after the tragedy of Hurricane Maria, the 51st state has become the favorite playground for extremely wealthy Americans looking to keep their money from the taxman. The only catch? They have to cut all ties to the mainland (wink, wink).
Here’s what it taught me about money and privilege.
A table at 21 Royal includes a butler, Osetra caviar, and champagne, but what diners are really here for is a premium taste of Walt Disney wonder
The commodification of civil-rights activism may appear revolutionary, but it can undermine the basic tenets of social movements. Colin Kaepernick's Nike campaign illustrates this conundrum perfectly.
In a culture that lionizes survivors of challenging childhoods, many of us who grew up lucky have been embellishers.
Expensive, basic ‘Witch Starter Kits’ by Sephora and Pinrose reflect a worrying trend
The pricey arowana is thought to resemble a dragon and bring good luck — and Asia is obsessed.
The official statistics say that the financial crisis is behind us. It's not.
In Brooklyn, the average home sale price in 2017 was $993,955 (the median was $770,000), so you can understand why a woman making $57,000 as a librarian would think real estate was beyond her means. But with a lot of determination — and a willingness to compromise on size and neighborhood — she bought her own studio apartment in 2015.
Doing the math, Melany Knott figured it cost about $1,100 a day. That got them 21 months. "No regrets," Knott said. "I wouldn't change a thing. And I won't wonder about anything."
The great financial catastrophe of our times is still badly misunderstood, and led to grotesque consequences, including the election of Donald Trump.
Polly wants a cracker but she's sure not going to trade you two bolts for it, you gosh-darn swindler.
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