Robert Vicino believes the rich don't live on the same scale as ordinary people in today's society—so why should that change after the end of the world? For a mere $35,000, his company will make their apocalypse experiences truly swanky.
An interior designer, who works with A-list clients who spend upwards of $50,000 a room, explains the sociopathy and delusional thinking that comes with disposable incomes.
The author of a new memoir tells us what it was like to work at the place that gave John Lennon, Jackie Onassis, and Philip Seymour Hoffman their final sendoffs.
One of Britain's most in-demand super tutors preps kids for exams on private jets and yachts and charges up to $1,500 an hour for his services.
A conversation with philosopher Steven Shaviro about "accelerationism," which is essentially the belief that the best way to shorten capitalism's lifespan is to push it to the extreme.
The UK doesn't need spy mics to discover what the upper class think: They just read Tatler, a brazen document of Britain’s true class system. It's a lifestyle magazine for people who know what "truffle consomme" is and what you're supposed to do...
The American Quarter Horse Association is “the world’s largest equine breed registry.” Now they’re going to get even larger, because a US court has ruled they must accept cloned horses' applications to join their exclusive club. Predictably, the...
Mark Zuckerberg just refinanced his Palo Alto mansion for an exorbitantly low rate of 1.05 percent, according to a "report by Bloomberg":http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-07-16/zuckerberg-s-loan-gives-new-meaning-to-the-1-mortgages.html. Why would the...
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