Wealth

Saudi Arabia’s best-known investor is back in the market. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a longtime investor in international businesses including Citigroup, Twitter, Lyft and the Four Seasons hotel chain, announced a $270 million transaction with the French music-streaming company Deezer on Thursday. The Deezer investment is the prince’s first big international deal since January, when
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For those in the market for a new house, why not take a look at the same places that you’ve seen on movie screens and in the pages of comic books? If you’ve ever wanted to live like a character from “The Avengers,” “X-Men” or the “Justice League,” there are real estate options — provided
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Chris J. Ratcliffe | Bloomberg | Getty Images Scott House residential and commercial development, right, stands in the Circus West Village development next to Battersea Power Station office, retail and residential development in the Nine Elms district of London, U.K., on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Traditional lenders are charging more for loans or declining to
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Forbes has made Kylie Jenner its new cover girl for self-made billionaire women. The trouble is, she’s probably not a billionaire. And she certainly isn’t self-made. On the cover of its “America’s Women Billionaires” issue, Forbes touts Jenner as the 21-year-old who is “set to become the youngest-ever self-made billionaire,” eclipsing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg,
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Gates’ $100 billion fortune in 1999 would be worth about $149 billion in today’s dollars. So today, Bezos officially passed the inflation-adjusted Gates high. Bezos’ fortune has more than doubled over the past two years as Amazon’s stock has soared. Earlier Monday, Amazon shares hit an intraday all-time high of $1,841.95, and the company’s market
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Across all millionaires, investments to short-term holdings and fixed income, rather than equities, are more likely to increase, according to the CNBC survey. The view from millionaire investors does not portend a sustained pulling out of equities. Financial and investment advisors suggested that the increased short-term investments reflect, among other things, wealthy individuals waiting for
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The North American market remains the revenue juggernaut for Facebook, with just under $5.7 billion booked in the first quarter and almost double European revenue, which is the second-largest source of revenue globally. North America also is the outlier by ad revenue per user. Facebook reported worldwide per-user advertising revenue of $5.45 in Q1 2018,
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