Kim Kardashian West's KKW Beauty may be worth $1 billion after a new investment from Coty, but that doesn't necessarily mean she is.
Rafael Nadal just had a custom 80-foot yacht delivered to him at home in Mallorca. Take a look inside the tennis pro's sleek new catamaran.
Nadal's new Sunreef Power catamaran is fully personalized and comes with a fully equipped wet bar, barbecue, and chic coffee-and-beige colored suites.
An entire town inspired by America's Wild West is nestled in a remote New Zealand valley — and it just hit the market for $7.5 million. Take a look inside.
The 900-acre Mellonsfolly Ranch comes with an 1860s-inspired double-door saloon, robbable bank, and cowboy costume closet.
I live in Texas and decided to go beach camping for a weekend during the pandemic. Here's how I did it as safely as possible — and for less than $100 total.
In June, I went camping at Goose Island State Park, near Rockport Beach in Texas. Here's everything I did to keep myself as safe as possible.
How the wealthy are preparing for the next pandemic, from investing in private travel and superyachts to building underground bunkers
While crowded cruise ships were epicenters of early COVID-19 outbreaks, superyachts continue to serve as a form of isolation for the uber-wealthy.
Lin-Manuel Miranda has made millions off 'Hamilton' in its 5-year run. Here's how the composer makes and spends his fortune, from luxury Manhattan real estate to philanthropic work in Puerto Rico.
Lin-Manuel Miranda makes $105,000 every week on "Hamilton" royalties alone, and that doesn't include the $75 million Disney paid to stream the film.
Sam Dogen of Financial Samurai retired early as a self-made millionaire with the help of financial classics and motivational books.
The art of quarantine manners, says etiquette school founder Elaine Swann, is about communication. And avoiding arguments with the incautious.
Nearly 300 protesters flooded the Hamptons on Wednesday, speaking out against the rising inequality rates in the nation.
AMERICAN RESILIENCE: How 5 industries bounced back from 9/11, hurricanes, and the Great Recession — and what their success can teach us about hope after the coronavirus
We looked at industries like restaurants and airlines hard hit by the outbreak, and how they survived and thrived after past calamities.
TikTok has become a saving grace for millions of people locking down during the pandemic, including 85-year-old actress Judi Dench.
The 2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon works for the average buyer, while the Mercedes-Benz G-Class is top of the line in luxury off-roading SUVs.
New home listings surge in Manhattan as the city enters phase 2 of its reopening initiative — but it's still too soon to tell if buyer interest will level the playing field
Manhattan has officially entered phase two of New York City's reopening initiative, meaning property tours can resume.
How a Manhattan real estate broker sold a $1.1 million Greenwich Village apartment sight-unseen during the pandemic
All it takes is FaceTime: Lawyer-turned-realtor Rachel Ostow Lustbader sold a remodeled unit in a historic building without listing the property.
Mental health in the UK's COVID-19 lockdown is a brewing crisis that could cause more damage than the virus itself
More than half of UK adults have seen their mental health deteriorate during the pandemic. The crisis could cause more damage than the virus itself.
A CrossFit employee who had a relationship with former CEO Greg Glassman says she has audio of him threatening her in a hotel room and saying: 'It's enough for me to slit your f-----g throat'
CrossFit founder Greg Glassman stepped down from his role as CEO on June 9 after one of his tweets was met with widespread backlash.
Meet Ron DeSantis, the Florida governor who has been heavily criticized for his coronavirus pandemic response
Critics have said Florida governor Ron DeSantis needs to issue stricter measures to curb the spread of coronavirus, but Trump applauds his response.
AMERICAN RESILIENCE: A decade after recovering from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill that left their beaches covered in tar, Gulf towns face another existential threat — the coronavirus pandemic
Gulf beach towns' recovery after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill provides a roadmap for post-coronavirus tourism rebound.
This tiny floating hotel off the coast of Australia sleeps 2, costs $1,100 per night, and runs completely on solar power — see inside
The offshore villa sleeps two guests, and can be rented through Airbnb.
I took 7 flights on all the largest US airlines in June. Here's what it's like to fly in America right now.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed how we fly in more ways than just face masks are now required on most airlines.
Luxury handbags are the best 'investment of passion,' bringing better returns than fine art, classic cars, and even rare whiskey
A new report from Art Market Research found that luxury handbags claimed the top-performing "investment of passion" spot this year.
One-bedroom rent prices in San Francisco plummeted last month, and it points to a trend the coronavirus pandemic only accelerated
Zumper found that San Francisco saw the biggest year-over-year decrease in median one-bedroom rent the site has ever recorded.
Ahead of 4th of July weekend, Vrbo top exec Jeff Hurst told Business Insider where he's seeing demand and how travelers' priorities have changed.
Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madam who lived in a $5 million NYC mansion, has been arrested by the FBI. Here's what we know about the British socialite's finances and assets.
Ghislaine Maxwell lived in an NYC mansion with links to Jeffrey Epstein and ran a foundation that donated to a charity for victims of sex trafficking.
Jeff Bezos' fortune just surpassed $171 billion. Here's how he built Amazon into a $1.4 trillion company and became the world's richest man.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos got his start as a hedge-funder before creating one of the world's largest tech companies.
Facebook is dumping its failed TikTok clone Lasso to make way for its other TikTok clone on Instagram
The app was first launched in November 2018 in the US, and never picked up much speed or popularity.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has added $56.7 billion to his fortune over the course of 2020, according to Bloomberg.
New York City is home to 113 billionaires — more than most other entire countries in the world, except for China, Germany, and Russia.
You can quickly whip up a fruit-infused liquor simply by using your French coffee press.
Bill Gates and Jack Ma made headlines spending millions on vaccine development and PPE, but the majority of billionaires haven't done anything yet.
Elon Musk is selling 4 of his LA homes listed for $62.5 million to a famous luxury real-estate developer
Tesla CEO Elon Musk vowed in May to rid himself of "almost all physical possessions." He just sold 4 of his Los Angeles homes to Ardie Tavangarian.
'To whom it may concern' is a terrible way to address a cover letter. Here are all the salutations to avoid when you don't know the hiring manager's name.
Before hitting send you should always ask yourself: If this letter was coming to me, would I want to read it?
The pandemic has disrupted how the wealthiest Americans allocate the $7 trillion they spend in a quarter. Their hobby choices are already shaking the economy.
As the rich spend more time golfing and boating alone, they're creating an economic shift that could turn into a stock-market bubble.
A 28-carat diamond just became the most expensive jewel ever auctioned online after selling for over $2.1 million
The diamond, a rare Type 11A, is classified as D-color, meaning it's one of the clearest diamonds in the world. Christie's sold it Tuesday.
AMERICAN RESILIENCE: How Napa and Sonoma brought back tourists after some of the most destructive fires in California's history swept through wine country in 2017
California's famous Napa and Sonoma wine regions rely heavily on tourism, but images of wildfire destruction have threatened visitor numbers.
These are the best closet and drawer organizers you can buy in 2020. Whether you want a full closet system or something simpler, we have an organizer.
The company behind Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner's beauty brands says a competitor stole trade secrets when it invested in the family's businesses
Seed, which launched Kylie and Kim's highly successful beauty brands, says Coty invested to try and learn its "confidential business methodologies."
An exclusive Montenegro resort island was an influencer obsession last summer — and it just reopened amid the pandemic. Take a look inside.
Aman Sveti Stefan, which comes complete with helicopter arrivals, a cliffside pool, and a $6,000 weekly price tag, might be Europe's best kept secret.
A remote Wyoming ranch's award-winning spa resort is offering buyout packages for as much as $175,000 a week. Take a look inside the luxurious retreat.
Magee Homestead, part of the historic 30,000-acre Brush Creek Ranch, is opening its doors to wealthy travelers in need of a secluded getaway.
San Francisco now has the 3rd-most billionaires of any city in the world, beating out London, Moscow, and Beijing
San Francisco gained 2 billionaires last year, bringing its billionaire population to a grand total of 77.
Business people around the world are renting out hotel rooms during the day to regain their work-life balance
Even people who live just blocks away are coming to take advantage of high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and fitness center access.
From a record low to a record high: Pending home sales in the US jumped in May, and buyer interest is surging in one particular area of residential real estate
Home sales are on the rebound in a major way after hitting a record low because of the coronavirus pandemic.
These are the top 10 cities that, in the last three months, have seen the highest decrease in cost of living because of pandemic pricing.
YETI coolers command extremely high price tags and have become a status symbol. Here's why people are willing to pay up.
Russian influencers and bloggers say they were offered as much as $100,000 to support Putin's bid to extend his term to 2036
Russians are voting on constitutional amendments that would allow President Vladimir Putin to extend his administration beyond his 2024 term limit.
The real-estate industry is reckoning with its racist legacy in the wake of the George Floyd protests — and a new implicit bias training tool for realtors is the first step
The National Association of Realtors is making changes to its member training in an effort to fight discrimination and protect housing rights.
Just 15 countries account for 76% of the world's billionaire population and 80% of the world's billionaire wealth, according to Wealth-X.
The lavish gifts and extreme moves wealthy parents use to get their kids into elite preschools, like recommendation letters from Bill Clinton and catering from 5-star restaurants
Two expert consultants behind the scenes share what they've seen parents do to get their kids on the path to success — starting with preschool.
AMERICAN RESILIENCE: How Puerto Rico rebuilt its tourism industry after Hurricane Maria, from revitalizing its hotel scene to bringing hit musical 'Hamilton' to the island
Puerto Rico's tourism sector recovered four times faster than New Orleans' did after Hurricane Katrina, according to the tourism board.
Gen Zers are opening up their own consulting firms to help companies learn how to communicate with them — and they say brands always get the same thing wrong about marketing to the TikTok generation
We spoke with 4 Gen Zers about their consulting firms, and each shared advice for companies trying to reach the youngest generation of consumers.