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Insane Superyacht is the Future of Luxury

By in large, most modern superyachts look quite similar with prominent bow and stem sections as well as above-sea and under-water living spaces. …

The 5 questions you're bound to be asked in a Wall Street internship interview

You know how competitive Wall Street internships are — so if you land an interview with a bank, you want to come prepared.<p>To help you out, we spoke with a former analyst at a bulge-bracket bank who has been through the whole process.<p>He told us the five most common technical questions he encountered …

Earnings are just another example of the oil industry's woes

After Wenesday's Federal Reserve FOMC rhetoric brings a December rate hike back into play, we get a '<i>bad is good</i>' flip-flop, and now '<i>good is bad</i>.' Broader markets are trading risk-off, and the crude complex switches its focus back to abundant supplies once more.<p>Japan overnight saw some relief from …

Money: Should we buy a house or risk starting a business to double our money? We have exactly $643,985.37 in our bank account, it’s our life savings.

I paid $300 for a $60K round-the-world adventure

Think it’s impossible to shell out just a few hundred bucks to fly around the globe — in mega-pampered first-class seats, no less? It’s not.<p>Sam …

A sociologist trained to become a tax-avoidance expert — here's what she learned about how the ultra wealthy keep their money

"All the world's a stage" - Shakespeare. Istvan Biro via Wikimedia Commons<p>Shakespeare said that all the world’s a stage, but the sociologist Erving Goffman added that most of the interesting stuff lies behind the scenes, in what he called the “backstage” areas of everyday life.<p>Having spent the past …

Income Inequality