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The luxury short-term rental market finds its niche
A market for people who are seeking select properties, and who are willing to pay the price. Concierge and helicopter service, anyone?
The tricky balance of marketing to the affluent
Spending is different for the wealthy, and that means getting them to spend is, too.
How the one percent make their money today
The gap between rich and poor in America is at its widest ever. But the way the rich make their money has changed.
The young and rich: 'Give away our wealth'
It may sound crazy, but a group of wealthy young people is giving their inheritance money away.
What Americans think about the rich
Contrary to all the talk of the 1 percent and the 99 percent, Gallup polls reveal that Americans might not be so weary of the rich after all.
Taxing the rich is good for the economy
Commentator Robert Reich says increased tax revenue greases the wheels of economic growth
The 24-hour billionaire
One New York Times reporter recently received the best assignment ever: to play billionaire for a day. We chat about what his day was like, and what surprised him.
Voices of Wealth and Poverty: Better than Most
Jean Cotis and Rob Wininger both earn in the top 25 percent. They reflect on their economic choices and reasons for income disparity in the U.S.
Are the wealthy less ethical?
A new study finds that those who feel wealthy are often the least ethical -- more often cutting off other vehicles at four-way intersections and even stealing candy from children.
How net wealth widens the gap
When you look at net wealth instead of income, the gap between the 1 percent and the 99 grows exponentially.