Forbes recently announced that the 29-year-old singer clinched the top spot on its annual Celebrity 100 list, which ranks stars based on annual, pretax income.
Taylor Swift's catalog is part of a $300 million acquisition of Big Machine Label group by mega-manager Scooter Braun. The singer-songwriter calls the deal part of her "worst nightmare."
The impact of new tariffs on Mexican goods would hit the automotive industry and, more importantly, consumers hard.
“Because you’ve got this duopoly situation...when [Uber and Lyft] battle it out, that means both have to increase how much they’re spending on it.”
At the 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting, Warren Buffett tells shareholders what he values most in life. Hint: it's not anything his bank account can buy.
Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chair Charlie Munger gives advice to anyone looking to quit their job to "become a billionaire instead."
As Berkshire Hathaway shareholders gathered in Omaha, Nebraska, for the annual meeting on Saturday, Vice Chair Charlie Munger explained why what he called the “very peculiar” company operates as it does.
The U.S. liquor industry is expected to be worth $58 billion by 2022, growing 6% each year, and one drink that’s tapping into the market’s potential is rum.
Last year, Forbes predicted that Kylie Jenner was on track to become the world’s youngest self-made billionaire ever.
‘The way out’ Author Dave Cullen, who also covered the 1999 high school shooting at Colorado’s Columbine High School, traveled to Parkland following the tragedy last February. A report called "Since Parkland" found that in the year since Parkland, 1,200 children have died from gun violence.
Orolay’s thickened down jacket, known as “The Amazon Coat,” is a staple in the wardrobes of women seeking an alternative to more expensive down jackets from brands such as Canada Goose or Moncler.
Kevin Davis worked on Wall Street for 25 years. Then he founded First Workings, a New York-based nonprofit organization that places young people of color and low-income students in internships at some of the country’s top companies.
The $1.5 trillion student loan crisis isn’t going away. And one expert argues that the Trump administration is actually making it worse.
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