The 92-year-old billionaire must answer questions under oath in a videotaped session.
There are more hedge funds today than there have ever been in history, says billionaire Steve Cohen, and it's bringing about one of his worst fears. "On e of my biggest worries is that there are so many players out there trying to do the same strategies... Show More Summary
By Lawrence Delevingne LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Ray Dalio, the billionaire founder of Bridgewater Associates, has defended his firm's unconventional management style - based on employees openly challenging each other and giving themselves...Show More Summary
Salesforce billionaire Marc Benioff has become a loud opponent of state legislation that critics say discriminates against LGBT people. But he's also become the ringleader to get other CEOs to join him speak out. This began in Indiana...Show More Summary
An ardent supporter of Bernie's got a chuckle and a nod from the candidate during a campaign rally today. “Well, that is one way to phrase it,” mused Sanders after an attendee at his rally in Evansville, Indiana yelled out that voters need to tell the billionaires to “fuck off.”
Our political discourse is in the garbage. We are left with an unindicted felon as a Democrat nominee for the presidency and we have an egomaniacal billionaire who insults and
At least two prominent billionaires believe the arrival of self-driving cars will eventually spell the end of the auto insurance industry. Speaking on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday morning, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates said they believe autonomous vehicles will upend car insurers. Show More Summary
Ray Dalio runs the world’s biggest hedge fund firm and has a net worth that Forbes estimates at $15.6 billion. But he calls himself “a professional mistake maker.” That attitude may be the key to his immense success.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Billionaire hedge fund manager William Ackman told television station CNBC on Monday that embattled drug company Valeant Pharmaceuticals has no plans to sell any "crown jewel" assets and that he stuck with his bet on the company because he thought he could "fix it". Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump has a Plan B if he's faced with a contested convention, and it involves the sort of outside groups that he's called "corrupt." While the billionaire businessman might lock up the Republican presidential...Show More Summary
Is this the newest viral moment in the vein of "#Birdie Sanders"?
The 80-year-old billionaire says the climate is changing "in a mild and manageable way."
You probably know John Paul DeJoria as the face of the Paul Mitchell hair care brand, celebrity guest on ABC's Shark Tank or from one of his many appearances at public charitable events. He is an entrepreneur and 5x billionaire who has been at it for decades with no sign of slowing down. John Paul was born to humble circumstances in LA. Show More Summary
Donald Trump received some jabs from President Obama this weekend, and though the New York billionaire reportedly said the jokes at his expense were “fine,” he came out swinging today, attempting to counter Obama’s assertion that Trump’s foreign policy experience was, well, limited. Show More Summary
On a quiet, tree-lined block on the Upper East Side, 740 Park Avenue rises up: a legendary address, at one time considered (and, perhaps, still) the most important residential building in New York City. The Art Deco co-op has been home to many of New York's most notable figures since it opened its doors in the 1930s. Show More Summary
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the court ruling that upheld the FTC decision, which found POM and its owners had misled consumers in advertising their products.
The former mayor pressed his establishment case in a commencement speech. It seems New York's former billionaire mayor, Mike Bloomberg, is feeling the “sting” of the 2016 election that Obama proposed during his White House Correspondents Dinner. Show More Summary
KABC radio host John Phillips, a surrogate for GOP front-runner Donald Trump, admitted to CNN on Monday that the billionaire would have to “prove that he’s not Adolf Hitler” if he had any chance of winning a general election. During a discussion on CNN’s New Day, Ted Cruz...
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has done it again. This time, the business tycoon is accusing Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton of playing the “woman’s card” to get support from female voters. The billionaire claimed on Fox News last Sunday that the only thing “going for her” is her gender. Show More Summary