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  • Watch the Dubai Police fleet of supercars in action Boldride

    If you’re a police officer and you love cars, then you really need to see about getting a job with the Dubai Police Department. They have a whole fleet of supercars at their disposal, and they’re not just …

    Watch The Dubai Police Fleet of Supercars In Action

    If you’re a police officer and you love cars, then you really need to see about getting a job with the Dubai Police Department. They have a whole fleet of supercars at their disposal, and they’re not just for looks. Officers regularly run patrols in these very drool-worthy cars. The most recent editions to the

  • Why You Might Not Actually Need Premium Gas Consumer Reports

    Premium gas sounds like it’s something special, but it actually translates into paying extra for a higher octane without a performance or fuel economy benefit for many cars. That's what we found...

    Premium gas sounds like it’s something special, but it actually translates into paying extra for a higher octane without a performance or fuel economy benefit for many cars. That's what we found...

  • Do Increases in Health Insurance Premiums Spell Doom for Obamacare? No, and Here's Why. Consumer Reports

    It’s pretty clear at this point that premiums for health insurance plans sold on Obamacare marketplaces are going up in 2017 more than they have in previous years—an average of 25 percent—the U.S...

    It’s pretty clear at this point that premiums for health insurance plans sold on Obamacare marketplaces are going up in 2017 more than they have in previous years—an average of 25 percent—the U.S...

  • Oil ends lower on OPEC output hike; U.S. stockpile rise seen Reuters

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Wednesday after OPEC reported another monthly hike in output and extended losses in post-settlement trade as industry data suggested the first …

    Crude oil storage tanks are seen from above at the Cushing oil hub in Cushing

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Wednesday after OPEC reported another monthly hike in output and extended losses in post-settlement trade as industry data suggested the first U.S. crude inventory build in six weeks. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said its production …

  • Oct. 12 -- With the U.S. presidency and control of the Senate in the balance, billionaires like George Soros and Charles Koch are deploying their own political armies to swing states across the country and supplying them with everything from cutting-edge voter data to salty snacks. Unaffiliated with any candidate or party, …

  • Oct. 12 -- Japan's economy may be stuck in neutral, but sales of luxury imported cars have surged 19% in the first nine months of the year. Premium car makers are expecting these gains to continue. Bloomberg's Jie Ma reports on "Bloomberg Markets."

  • Ryan Blair had a rough youth but has turned adversity into success. His new books outlines the lessons he's learned in his journey.

  • Everyone who lives here works seven days a week.

  • Since the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union in June, the cheap price of luxury goods in Great Britain has attracted shoppers worldwide. WSJ's Saabira Chaudhuri has details on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Bloomberg

  • 1 percenters would save $215,000 per year under Trump’s tax plan Rick Newman

    Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are dramatically different presidential candidates—and that extends to their tax plans. New analysis by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center shows that Trump’s tax plan would …

    1 percenters would save $215,000 per year under Trump’s tax plan

    Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are dramatically different presidential candidates—and that extends to their tax plans. New analysis by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center shows that Trump’s tax plan would cut taxes for most workers, with the richest benefiting the most. The top 1% of earners would enjoy an average tax …

  • 8 ways rich people view the world differently than the average person CNBC

    After spending 26 years interviewing some of the wealthiest people in the world, Steve Siebold found that they think differently than the masses.

    8 ways rich people view the world differently than the average person

    After spending 26 years interviewing some of the wealthiest people in the world, Steve Siebold found that they think differently than the masses.

  • 10 Richest US Presidents 24/7 Wall St.

    On November 8th, Americans will go to the polls to elect the 45th President of the United States. While this year’s election is in many ways highly unusual, the two major party candidates share at least …

    On November 8th, Americans will go to the polls to elect the 45th President of the United States. While this year’s election is in many ways highly unusual, the two major party candidates share at least ...

  • Oct. 10 -- Scuba divers looking for the world's most spectacular dives are finding help from Dive Butler, a company offering a luxurious take on unique diving experiences. Bloomberg's Nikki Ekstein has the details on "Bloomberg Markets."

  • Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on how each would make sure that the rich pay their fair share of taxes.

  • Oil ends down 1 percent, snapping week-long OPEC-fueled rally Reuters

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil fell about 1 percent on Friday as players took profits on a rally over the past week that propelled prices nearly 15 percent to four-month highs on hopes of …

    Crude oil storage tanks are seen from above at the Cushing oil hub in Cushing

    By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil fell about 1 percent on Friday as players took profits on a rally over the past week that propelled prices nearly 15 percent to four-month highs on hopes of OPEC crude output cuts. A closely watched report by oil services provider Baker Hughes showed U.S. drillers adding rigs …

  • Billionaire Jim Koch: Listen to your gut, not your dad CNBC

    He's now a billionaire, but when he quit his cushy job to start brewing beer in his kitchen, even his dad called him crazy.

    Billionaire Jim Koch: Listen to your gut, not your dad

    He's now a billionaire, but when he quit his cushy job to start brewing beer in his kitchen, even his dad called him crazy.

  • The updated Razer Blade stealth keeps the color-cycling backlit keyboard, but adds better battery life and updated components.

  • In a defamation lawsuit, hedge-fund magnate Louis Bacon has accused retail tycoon Peter Nygard (above) of doctoring a "60 Minutes" video to destroy his reputation. The two billionaires have neighboring estates in the Bahamas and have been feuding. Photo: NY State Supreme Court

  • Modern Warfare is a classic and it's back looking better than ever in this remaster. Check it out! Subscribe to GameSpot! https://youtube.com/GameSpot

  • This $8.9 million luxury condo in San Francisco doesn’t even come with a washer and dryer JP Mangalindan

    Such is the case with The Pacific, a new ultra-high-end condominium building nestled on Webster Street in San Francisco’s posh Pacific Heights neighborhood, which celebrated its grand opening this September. …

    This $8.9 million luxury condo in San Francisco doesn’t even come with a washer and dryer

    Such is the case with The Pacific, a new ultra-high-end condominium building nestled on Webster Street in San Francisco’s posh Pacific Heights neighborhood, which celebrated its grand opening this September. Designed by architect Glenn Rescalvo, who also designed the city’s 60-story residential Millennium tower and the …

 
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