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Forbes Russia has just released a new list of the county’s most respected, acceptable billionaires, including three high-profile men and one woman in the top four slots. Read on to find out who made the cut.
Here are some of the restaurants you may want to check out if you are interested in the high-end-approved, gastronomic fare, invested in, and owned by some of the city’s most opulent
According to recent market research Hong Kong has the most expensive real estate in the world right now with square footage property almost double that of anywhere else, including London.
Forbes has named two of our Haute 100 Miami members as the next in line to become billionaires in the entertainment industry. Hip hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs and filmmaker Michael Bay were estimated by Forbes editors to cross the million dollar threshold, making them among entertainment’s biggest names.
This issue of Haute Living San Francisco invites you to meet today’s top tech billionaires, like Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and YouTube co-creator Chad Hurley. Read about 12 of today’s richest (and most influential, for that matter) technology heavyweights, from the founders of Quora and Google to the chairman of Netflix.
Britain’s richest woman, Kirsty Bertarelli, and her Swiss husband Ernesto just purchased a 96-meter, six-deck Vava II yacht for £100 million.
The streets are lined with swanky Fifth Avenue stores, and real estate agents playfully call a $5 million house a “cottage”.
It is glossy world where the real America of high joblessness and housing despair is all but invisible.
The economic story of the last decade has only served to make the divide between these worlds more stark.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has joined renowned philanthropist Warren Buffett in stating publicly his support for higher taxes. Buffett grasped the nation in a piece for the New York Times in which he stated that he paid a lower percentage in taxes than his receptionist. Zuckerberg is the latest to join the ranks of billionaires for higher taxes, which also includes Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
International investors are buying some of the priciest homes in America as the general housing market slumps and the weak dollar makes U.S. property more of a bargain. Among those wealthy investors are a slew of Russian individuals who are putting down large sums of money on U.S. homes.